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Alex Loew March 1, 2022

Spring ball season is upon us, and the diamonds are finally opening for baseball and softball fans around the country. Both DMACC baseball and softball teams have had a handful of games so far this season, mostly traveling to much warmer places. The baseball team has accumulated a record of 7-4 so far. They started […]

Chanler Twedt February 24, 2022

So, the Los Angeles Rams have won Super Bowl 23 to 20 against the Cincinnati Bengals. The Rams were the most picked by football experts to win the Super Bowl in the preseason behind the more popular picks of the Buccaneers, Chiefs and Packers. Matthew Stafford and the Rams used the motto “ALL-IN” on winning […]

Camry Jones February 23, 2022

It has been over a month since the Bears have experienced a loss, and they plan to continue this hot streak going into regions.   Since January 8, the DMACC men’s basketball team has been on a 12-game win streak, including 3rd ranked Iowa Lakes and 4th ranked Iowa Western. The Bears suffered a tight schedule […]

Camry Jones February 21, 2022

Former NJACC player and coach, Danielle Coronado, has recently been hired to assist head coach Danielle Lopez for the upcoming volleyball seasons.  Coronado is a former Triton, playing two years of collegiate volleyball at Iowa Central Community College. After ICCC, Coronado was a part of Ottawa University and Briar Cliff University volleyball squads.  After obtaining […]

Alex Loew February 16, 2022

One thing people may forget is how much money is wrapped around the Super Bowl every year. Year in and year out, the biggest game on the grandest stage is the highest viewed television event in the world. It’s always fun to the average human to see just how much money the tickets, commercials, and […]

Chanler Twedt February 10, 2022

For most ordinary football fans, if I said at the beginning of the NFL season that the Cincinnati Bengals were going to be in the Super Bowl, a lot of you would say that I was crazy. I don’t blame you. No one saw the Bengals going to the Super Bowl this year, but they […]

Alex Loew February 7, 2022

The Los Angeles Rams are headed to their second Super Bowl in five seasons. Their most recent appearance came in 2018 where they fell 13-3 to Tom Brady’s Patriots. The Rams are currently coached by Sean McVay who was hired at the age of 30 and would later become the youngest coach in NFL history […]

Hailey Clubine February 1, 2022

Through this pandemic and time of uncertainty, music has been a massive part of the journey. For the predecessor to this article, I wrote about how music could help influence my mood, and how I had the time to actually make playlists that coordinated to my various moods. Whether I wanted to scream my head […]

admin January 31, 2022

Written Chanler Twedt & Alex Loew Major League Baseball (MLB) is experiencing its first work stoppage since the 1994-95 players strike. Anyone who follows baseball or sports in general, may not know what a lockout is or why MLB has currently halted any kind of baseball-related activity. Anything found on the world wide web may […]

Camry Jones January 25, 2022

When people think about student-athletes some of the stereotypes are that we are not smart, have people do our homework for us, and/or that the rules do not apply to us. With that, some people can be on the dumber side, but being a student-athlete doesn’t give them that title. Some think that we have […]