“Conversation with Charles” is a new project I am undertaking with Charles Irwin. Irwin is an Associate Professor of History at the Boone DMACC campus. Irwin teaches history classes at this campus. This short video is of Charles explaining the impeachment process.
By now, everyone has heard what happened at The Oscars ceremony this year. The host and hostess read the wrong winner for best picture. It was considered the biggest blunder in the history of the Oscars. This event has striking similarities to the Miss Universe pageant when Steve Harvey also read the wrong winner. It really […]
Spring time is coming up here in Boone, Iowa, and you know what that means… Head Coach David Pearson and his DMACC Bear team are preparing for the baseball season. The team is currently 8 games in and look more than prepared for the rest of the competition. DMACC baseball player, Malik Moore, tells us […]
A popular complaint surfaces among the students of the DMACC Boone campus. Students have stated that they are getting tired of eating the same food everyday. At the DMACC Boone campus, there is currently only one restaurant food selection, and that is Subway. Some students have even said that they have had Subway so much, […]
The feud between Mayweather and McGregor has been heating up over the last couple of months especially since the start of 2017. According to the Washington Post on February 14th the two respective fighters have agreed to their personal fees and compensation for the match, and instead there’s a third-party holding them back from making […]
I have one memory that has affected my life since it occured. It is so intertwined into my mind heart and soul that it impacted my life for life. Memories have that affect on most of us that it can shape who we are and who we become. This memory was turned into a poem […]
Mary C Rowan Banner News Flannel Day for Suicide Awarness was Feb. 16, 2017, in the Courter Center at the Boone DMACC Campus. The goal of the event was to raise awareness about the impact of suicide. It was organized by several DMACC staff members in memory of former student Edward Schultz, who often wore […]
Sometimes I get that feeling. That sends my brain through the ceiling. God please forgive us for we’re so willing. To do these evil deeds only out of spite. All because the government dares to try and tell us wrong from right. They won’t tell us why they’re killing all our brothers and sisters who […]