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Ainsley Schuler April 27, 2018

Submission by Zach Boelter Mark Benavides an attorney in San Diego could be facing up to ninety nine years in prison for forcing his clients into having sex with him in exchange for legal services. Not only was he having sex with them, but he was hurting them and recording the videos. During the trial […]

Ainsley Schuler April 27, 2018

Submission by Will Nelson Anime has been an increasing industry in recent years, and even though it is still a relatively niche form of entertainment, the industry has never been as widely accepted as it is now. However, there is an apparent issue with the industry, that being of piracy. The practice of piracy is not […]

Ainsley Schuler April 27, 2018

submission by Matthew Holtzbauer Texas man was found guilty of charges for poaching a 19-point whitetail buck in Texas. He said he had shot the buck with a rifle in Oklahoma on public land, but in fact he had shot it on private property in Texas where the area was bow hunting only for deer. He […]

Ainsley Schuler April 27, 2018

Submission by Hannah Lau There was a dog named Oogy. Oogy was a Dogo Argentina who was tied to a stake and used as bait for another Pit Bull, completely helpless. While being bait, Oogy got very torn up: His face was all destroyed, his ear had been mostly torn off, jaw broken from being […]

Mario Chothen April 26, 2018

Draft Day is among us football fans. It’s time to call up you buddies, fire up the grills, and watch anxiously as your favorite team chooses the future of their organization. Speculation and uncertainty defines the NFL Draft.  Who will be picked first? How many teams will trade their selection? That’s why we tune in every […]

Ainsley Schuler April 25, 2018

Be aware! Someone with a confirmed case of measles traveled to Des Moines and Ankeny and possibly spread the measles. Due to this outbreak it is important that students check their health records and make sure to be current on immunizations. The symptoms for measles are fever, cough, red or pink eyes, runny nose and/or […]

Edward Kivlahan April 23, 2018

The In My Boots 5k took place despite the weather on the 14th, and the community came together to run, walk, and ruck. Some service animals were in attendance, and overall the morning was full of community spirit and adrenaline. Sean Taylor’s race was once again a hit, with a full building of runners and […]

Ainsley Schuler April 23, 2018

Valued for their accessibility, enrollment in distance education courses has increased markedly over the last several years. According to a report published in December 2017 by the Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics, more than 6.3 million college students took advantage of distance education course offerings in the Fall of 2016. This corresponds […]

Ainsley Schuler April 23, 2018

As a Physics major, peer tutor, and student lab assistant, I’ve had the opportunity to spend an inordinate amount of time on campus with my fellow STEM students over the last two semesters, and there’s something that has continued to bother me. For whatever reason, many STEM students seem to act like they view their […]

Ainsley Schuler April 23, 2018

During my time here at DMACC I’ve had some spectacular experiences, and have met some truly amazing people, but there’s always been something that I failed to address. For the longest time I was embarrassed about being a community college student, and it took me far too long to realize I needn’t be. Let’s face […]