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Mario Chothen March 2, 2018

Since the early 1950’s, the NCAA has served as the powerful overlord of college sports, with one central tenet idea. College athletes, whether gymnasts or quarterbacks, must be unpaid amateurs, for whom sports is little more than a sideline to their academic pursuits. As the NCAA puts it in its bylaws, “Student participation in intercollegiate […]

Edward Kivlahan March 1, 2018

Come to the auditorium this Friday and Saturday at 7 pm to see: “Exit, Who?” a comic production of spies and mystery. With a writer at the helm of our story, this show will keep you guessing from start to finish! The entry is $5 or free with a student’s DMACC ID. Come spend a […]

Edward Kivlahan February 28, 2018

In my opinion, it would be wise to begin a tradition of open mic nights at DMACC. The open mics I attend are full of energy and support, and they’re a great way to meet people with similar or completely different interests. With original music and evocative poetry, there is a collective experience of expression […]

Edward Kivlahan February 26, 2018

The In Their Boots Film Festival took place February 26 at 6:30 pm. It showed a multitude of short films detailing the lives of soldiers and veterans through theatrical means. It began with Sean Taylor speaking about the upcoming In My Boots 5k, and then the floor was given to Randy Brown. He spoke about […]

Ainsley Schuler February 26, 2018

Submitted by Cassie Zinnel I was diagnosed with New Daily Persistent Headache, which is a constant headache that doesn’t go away, when I was a freshman in high school. To this day, I still have this diagnosis. When I was going through this hard time, it was hard to even make it through the day. […]

Edward Kivlahan February 26, 2018

I recently viewed Marvel’s new blockbuster hit: Black Panther. The cinematography was effective; the storytelling was meaningful and impactful; the movie combines powerful performances, rich characters, difficult choices, and intense action. Overall, I rate it five stars. I highly recommend this for all audiences. In the interest of preventing spoilers, plot details in the synopsis […]

Edward Kivlahan February 26, 2018

On February 17, the Blue Ribbon Bacon Festival sizzled with energy at Hy-Vee Hall. The ticket was about thirty-five dollars and the parking was ten in a lot not terribly far away, and then the fun really started. After security one is met with the bustle of a crowd of bacon lovers with garish costumes […]

Edward Kivlahan February 23, 2018

Passion and truth are key elements of journalism according to the speakers during the Iowa Newspaper Association 2018 conference February 1-2 in Des Moines, Keynote speaker Olson related his experiences working for the CIA in the 1980s and reflected its relevance to today and media. Olson’s experience working with a defecting Soviet general was a […]

Ainsley Schuler February 23, 2018

On February 12, 2018, Simon Estes came to the Boone Dmacc Campus. Estes came to share his story and knowledge he has gained over the years. Estes is a famous opera singer and has sang all over the world.   Simon Estes came to the Boone DMACC Campus on February 12, 2018. Estes is a […]

Ainsley Schuler February 23, 2018

Submission by Antonio Alvarez Valdivia Even though there are multiple resources, events, and counselors dedicated to help transfer students, there is still a lot of confusion between Pre-Engineering students about some of the procedures that we must follow prior to transferring to a 4-year college. My experience with the transfer program has been great, and now […]