Archive for September, 2018

DMACC Celebrates Sweden for “International Year”

September 19, 2018 at 1:20 pm 0 comments

The Nobel Prize, Avicii, Ikea, dynamite, Volvo, Iowa and most importantly, cinnamon buns. This seemingly miscellaneous list does in fact share a common denominator: Sweden. It is the center of this year’s International Year program at DMACC. The program’s inauguration in 1985 celebrated Japan. At the time the event wasRead More

Opinion: Serena Williams plays for more than match point

Opinion: Serena Williams plays for more than match point

September 19, 2018 at 1:14 pm 0 comments

During the 2018 French Open, Serena Williams delighted fans when she stepped on court donning an all-black bodysuit with a red waistband. This match came nearly a year after the birth of her daughter, which during the pregnancy of she had multiple life threatening blood clots. Following the event, WilliamsRead More

Opinion: Embrace diversity at Ankeny DMACC

Opinion: Embrace diversity at Ankeny DMACC

September 19, 2018 at 1:09 pm 0 comments

A new school year brings hundreds of new eager faces to our campus, compounding hundreds of different ethnicities and cultures. People of all backgrounds interact with one another as students collaborate and befriend strangers. But with an abundance of different cultures also comes potential for racism and unease towards theRead More

DMACC security offer a variety of services

DMACC security offer a variety of services

September 19, 2018 at 1:06 pm 0 comments

In 2018, there have been 26 school shootings in the United States when including K-12 and higher education. That begs the question, “do you feel safe at school?” Many students might not be aware of all that DMACC security does to keep them safe on campus every day. Eight randomRead More

DMACC men win NIACC Invitational Golf Tournament, women take second

DMACC men win NIACC Invitational Golf Tournament, women take second

September 19, 2018 at 1:00 pm 0 comments

The Bears men’s golf team opened their season in Mason City last Monday with the NIACC Invitational team championship. In their first competition of the year, the Bears posted a seven-under-par score of 281, beating out SWCC by seven strokes. The DMACC women’s team came second behind Iowa Lakes CommunityRead More

Welcome to new semester from new Chronicle editor

Welcome to new semester from new Chronicle editor

September 19, 2018 at 12:56 pm 0 comments

On behalf of myself and the Campus Chronicle staff, welcome to a new year at DMACC! We are looking forward to an eventful year of reporting the latest news. This is my first semester as the Chronicle’s Editor-in-Chief and I’m excited about the possibilities and experiences this year will bring.Read More

Opinion: Why is Kim Reynolds afraid of Jake Porter?

Opinion: Why is Kim Reynolds afraid of Jake Porter?

September 19, 2018 at 12:52 pm 0 comments

I don’t know about you, but I’ve never received a job without a job interview beforehand. I see political debates as kind of the same idea, an opportunity to get face time and explain your stances to your possible employer (which in this case is we the people, as votersRead More

New ICI program director looks to spice things up

New ICI program director looks to spice things up

September 19, 2018 at 12:33 pm 0 comments

Iowa Culinary Institute’s new program director, Chef John Andres, almost led a very different life.  At the age of 3 he started learning violin, and growing up in Waterloo, Iowa, participated in various chamber groups and orchestras. Later on he attended Drake on a music scholarship. Chef Andres said “[I]Read More