Articles by: Sam Fowler

2021 Big Ten Football Preview

2021 Big Ten Football Preview

September 3, 2021 at 8:37 am 0 comments

2021 Big Ten Football Preview East Division Michigan Wolverines The Wolverines are coming off a difficult season to say the least.  They only won two games in a shortened season, and they never seemed to be on track from the beginning of the year.  Jim Harbaugh is still the headRead More

Xbox Series X Review

Xbox Series X Review

December 2, 2020 at 11:07 am 0 comments

The next generation of gaming consoles has finally arrived. Since 2013, the Xbox One and the PS4 have been the staple gaming consoles, but that is a thing of the past. The Xbox Series X and PS5 recently released, and they have taken gaming to a new level. I boughtRead More

LBJ vs. MJ

LBJ vs. MJ

November 9, 2020 at 4:36 pm 0 comments

Michael Jeffrey Jordan is an icon. He revolutionized what it means to be a sports superstar. He took the whole world by storm, and made the NBA the global game that it is today. His competitive fire and remarkable skills led the Chicago Bulls to six NBA championships in theRead More

DMACC sees budget cutbacks due to low enrollment

DMACC sees budget cutbacks due to low enrollment

November 9, 2020 at 11:41 am 0 comments

DMACC will see a shortfall of $2.3 million due to low enrollment, according to an email President Rob Denson sent to DMACC faculty and staff on Sept. 15.  “This Fall, DMACC is facing the worst enrollment decline in my 17 years as President, and likely in the College’s history, downRead More

Big Ten Football Preview

Big Ten Football Preview

October 21, 2020 at 3:15 pm 0 comments

The Big Ten reversed their initial decision of not playing football this year, and now there is a brand new eight game schedule for all conference teams. Big Ten teams are hopeful their respective team can close the gap on the dominant Ohio State squad. I’m going to break downRead More

Culinary students make fruit salads at an event outside of Building 7 earlier this semester. Photo courtesy DMACC.

Culinary Arts adjusts to COVID-19, emphasis on safety

October 9, 2020 at 11:31 am 0 comments

Much like many colleges and high schools across the country, DMACC has had to rely on online learning for a majority of classes. The classes that are still in-person have had to make some adjustments. Some classes feel the effects more than others. Chef John Andres, director of the IowaRead More