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admin January 27, 2017

Softball Pre-Season Questions:   Interviewing Kerigan Torres: Question #1 Me: What are you guys doing as a team to prepare for this upcoming season? Kerigan: We are doing a lot of physical training for the most part to keep our bodies in shape. Every now and then we go into the gym and work on […]

admin January 25, 2017

Health & Fitness or Strength & Conditioning By: Yi’Nessa Millbrooks Fitness – the condition of being physically fit and healthy; the quality of being suitable to fulfill a particular role or task; an organism’s ability to survive and reproduce in a particular environment. Health – the state of being free from illness or injury; a […]

Cavin Leeds December 7, 2016

Black Hawk-College-Moline (BHCM) outscored the Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) men’s basketball team 49-30 in the second half to come away with a 74-59 decision over the Bears December 3 inside the DMACC gymnasium. Freshman Malcolm Ruff of Chicago, Ill., led DMACC with 16 points and sophomore Nibra White of Evanston, Ill., and freshman […]

Cavin Leeds December 7, 2016

Pictures, left to right: Heather Riley, adviser and chemistry professor; Mary Rowan, student; Frenchie, student; Krystal Cox, adviser and English professor; and Victoria Giesken, student. Members of the Boone United Group answered questions from the audience during an event in the Courter Center last fall. Question: What does the Q mean? Answer: Queer or Questioning […]

Cavin Leeds December 5, 2016

Rules 1. Every DMACC student is eligible. 2. Type and title each entry. 3. Submit up to 3 pieces (poems, short stories or personal narratives). Each entry should be 6,000 words or less 4. Double space prose entries 5. Author’s name should not appear on draft. 6. Instead, submit work with a cover letter that […]

Cavin Leeds December 5, 2016

In the movies, childbirth always looks the same: medical and frantic. Whether it’s “Knocked Up” or “Nine Months”, the mother-to-be is in a hospital, on her back, hooked up to IVs, and screaming her head off. What if birth doesn’t have to be the way Hollywood portrays it? If you knew of other options, would […]