With the presidential election over, there is a mix of emotions being felt around DMACC this morning. Last night, Donald Trump was elected as the next President of the United States. Below there is a few different opinions from DMACC students on the election.
Archive for November, 2016
Feed.ly Now more than ever it’s important to stay up-to-date with what’s going on in the news. Whether it’s clown sightings in your neighborhood or a run-down of the last presidential debate, Feed.ly’s going to be your tool for staying in the now. It’s as simple as checking the topicsRead More
“30 For 30,” “Honest Liar,” and “Finding Vivian Maier” by Andy Langager “30 for 30”: This documentary series produced by ESPN features a variety of sports-related topics by a variety of directors with their own style. It’s hard to go wrong with any of their titles, but some can’t-miss episodesRead More
“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”, “Upside Down”, and More by Samantha Watsabaugh If you’re like me, your Netflix queue consists of very few movies and TV shows that you love to watch over and over again. Many of my favorites are more popular such as Supernatural, American Horror Story, and Stranger Things.Read More
In a lot of sub-Saharan African villages, being able to afford one meal a day was the norm. However, thanks to developmental economist Dr. Andrew Mude, that all began to change in 2010. Dr. Mude, this year’s World Food Prize winner and an economist from Kenya, spoke to DMACC studentsRead More
By Breanna Owen Special to the Chronicle A friend reached out to me this week, “Are you doing okay?” My immediate response was “define ‘okay.’” After a brief chat, her parting words were “it takes a village.” These words are golden truth dear reader, yet the reality behind the phraseRead More
By Kay Curtis Special to the Chronicle I believe that locks are more than door adornments. Although some are beautiful enough to be classified as art, they have a function – to keep our possessions from growing legs and walking away. However, there are people who don’t see the valueRead More