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admin October 13, 2017

If you are a Boone DMACC student, you have probably gotten the hundreds of emails from a group called the SAC. If you don’t know already, SAC stands for Student Activities Council, and they are in charge of making sure that DMACC students are having fun while attending college. The SAC plans events and opportunities […]

admin October 13, 2017

By Mia Wang Banner News staff writer Business Professor Rajendra Sinha in Ankeny Campus is organizing a 9-day trip to China in 2018. Sinha has been taking DMACC students/faculty to different countries, as part of an international culture educational tour for the past seven years. He thinks it’s crucial for students to have international exploration, […]

admin October 13, 2017

By Jonas Patlan DMACC Theater has started rehearsal for the fall play. Eight student actors, two production assistants, and Director Kay Mueller are performing See How They Run. It is an old English play, about a woman and her associates encounter a Russian spy on the run from captivity by the Police. The last time […]

Cavin Leeds October 13, 2017

This month DMACC is collaborating with the Boone County Coalition against Domestic & Sexual Violence by collecting donations of new, unopened, full-sized toiletries on behalf of ACCESS. ACCESS is the local crime victim advocacy center in Boone County. The women and men they serve are in need of the following items:   ·         Full-sized shampoo, conditioner, […]

admin October 13, 2017

by Jonas Patlan October is here! It’s time to get spooky DMACC. There’s no limit to what you can do this year. College is no excuse to sit out on Halloween. It is the start of the holiday season and it only comes once every year. Trick-or-treating may not be the plan this year but […]

admin October 11, 2017

First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances. The Banner News staff […]

admin October 6, 2017

By Mia Wang Banner News staff After losing his eyesight for nearly 20 years, Boone resident Steve Myers, 63, became the first person in the state of Iowa who gained back some vision through bionic eye technology. The bionic eye is a device that includes a pair of glasses equipped with a camera and a […]

admin October 6, 2017

  By Dalton Patterson To start this review off, I would like to state that it is definitely a good movie and worth the watch. Tom Holland didn’t seem like he’d be a promising Spider-man, but surprisingly is able to capture the naive, quip-throwing, kid that the hero was always meant to be. For those […]

admin October 2, 2017

By Dalton Patterson One of the many services provided at DMACC, is the “Free Movie Nights.” Students need only to show their I.D. for admission to a free showing of the current film. During any other day of the week, students of DMACC are given a $1 discount. This event is paid for by the […]

Mary Rowan September 30, 2017

This piece is to show that after a suicide attempt, finding a purpose is possible. There is always a light at the end of darkness if we choose to look for it. At times it is a constant struggle to keep going. Do not ever give up. Always find a way to survive. If you […]