Reporters Emily Kuebler and Brian Hanigan interviewed students at DMACC who plan on transferring to a different university and asked what their plans are to do so.
Archive for March, 2017
Perhaps one day you were in Building 5 and happened to see two people sitting across from each other playing a game of cards, but not your standard deck of 52. These cards had vivid portraits and tiny text detailing what the card can do. Even more strangely,after the gameRead More
If the Cuban Missile Crisis has taught the world anything, it’s that we can’t ignore the dangerous potential capabilities of nuclear weapons no matter the situation. Since the end of the Cold War the immediate threat of a nuclear holocaust has been greatly diminished but that doesn’t mean that itRead More
Reporter Brian Hanigan talked to DMACC President Rob Denson on March 10 about the new collective bargaining law in Iowa.
The event, held Feb. 27 to Mar. 3, shows students the importance of overcoming adversity. Wednesday showcased the lives and innovation of many people including champion beatboxer Kaila Mullady, respected sound engineer Greg Russell, astronaut Ken Mattingly, and Olympic gold medalist Dan Gable. Kaila Mullady is the world champion beatboxer.Read More
This presidency is a sick and twisted joke. The leader of the free world uses Twitter to spark controversy and drama. He is a conspiracy theorist who tells “alternate facts” instead of leading the country. Lately in a not so subtle effort to distract from the on going investigation onRead More
The Campus Town apartments have struck up controversy through fine threats, new security policies, and excessive littering. The Campus Town Apartments is a housing building across from the DMACC Ankeny campus. The majority of the tenants are college students that attend DMACC. The management at Campus Town threatened in aRead More
The 2017 Literary Arts Festival is April 3rd-5th. Noted fiction and poetry writers will be coming to the six DMACC locations. Each writer has a different experience and brings a different perspective to the literary field. DMACC students can listen to these published writers speak about their works and learnRead More