By DMACC Banner staff Ainsley Schuler and Micki Anderson On the DMACC Boone Campus students, faculty and staff often share the same concerns. One is how to save money, and people on campus had a variety of suggestions. One common response was to live at home as long as possible. “Stay at home more,” suggested […]
M. Night Shyamalan did it again. After directing hits Unbreakable and Split, he unified the two films’ characters into a clever and twisting film that left the audience feeling both played and satisfied. This review will not contain spoilers for Glass, but will likely spoil Unbreakable and Split. The film begins by reintroducing the audience […]
As the government shutdown stretches on and becomes the longest in history, it can feel like it doesn’t affect central Iowa at all. Washington D.C. is hundreds of miles away and talk of the negotiations are only relayed to us via various news outlets. We hear about the 800,000 federal workers who are either working […]
With 1:49 left to play in a 20-20 game and the Saints facing a third-and-10 from the Rams’ 13-yard line, Drew Brees dropped back and threw a pass to TommyLee Lewis, and that’s when this happened. The Saints got screwed by one of the worst no-calls in NFL history. Nickell Robey-Coleman not only made helmet […]
Netflix’s presence as a streaming service of licensed and original content has been growing throughout the 21 years since its founding. Since it first began providing streaming in 2008, it has grown into one of the primary content streaming services worldwide. The original price point in 2008 was $4.99 monthly for the combined service of […]
Excited for DC’s latest movie? On January 23rd at 7PM, Boone Theater will be showing Aquaman, and will be providing a free small popcorn per person. With S.A.C. sponsorship, DMACC students, staff, and faculty from the Boone campus will be admitted free along with one guest as long as they provide their DMACC ID.
Students on path to graduate Spring or Summer semesters of 2019 need to complete an online Graduation Application (www.dmacc.edu/graduation) before March 1st, 2019. Summer graduates can also walk in May. Contact the Credentials/Graduation office with any questions.
“White nationalist, white supremacist, Western civilization — how did that language become offensive?” King said in an interview with the NY Times. “Why did I sit in classes teaching me about the merits of our history and our civilization?” After spewing this ignorance King on Friday claimed he made a “freshmen mistake” while addressing the White […]
The DMACC Banner is sponsoring a free brownie give away on Wednesday, January 16 in the Courter Center. Be there and give us a like and follow on social media or show us you are already following us and receive a free brownie or cookie!
Not long ago I was watching the Netflix Original “13 Reasons Why” with my wife Tanisha and there was a scene from the season finale where 3 young men raped another young man with a mop handle. I looked at Tanisha and said “Somebody’s gonna see this and want to do this to another person!” […]