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Behind the “Euphoria” fashion show

Behind the “Euphoria” fashion show

April 28, 2022 at 6:15 pm 0 comments

Story by Jasmine Arroyo, photos by Alyssa Monroe The 2022 DMACC fashion show revolves around the idea of avant-garde fashion and focuses on the concept of using sustainable products to design fashionable clothing and items in collaboration with the date of the fashion show being on Earth Day. The showRead More

DMACC Theatre presents “Is He Dead?”

DMACC Theatre presents “Is He Dead?”

April 1, 2022 at 11:52 am 0 comments

The DMACC Ankeny Theatre department will be performing “Is He Dead,” adapted from Mark Twain, starting April 1 in the Black Box Theatre in Building 5. Originally adapted by David Ives, “Is He Dead” is a lighthearted comedy about Jean-Francois Millet, a French painter who realizes that he would gainRead More

West campus kicks of CI! Week

West campus kicks of CI! Week

March 7, 2022 at 12:15 pm 0 comments

DMACC’s West Campus will be hosting this year’s Celebrate! Innovation Week (ci!Week) March 9-10. The event is free to watch streamed on Youtube, Facebook, and e360tv. In-person seating for the event is also free, but restricted on a first-come, first served basis. Speakers this year include John de Lance, JazzyRead More

The 2020 Study Abroad group holds a DMACC banner in front of Tower Bridge.

London Study Abroad set to return in 2022

April 24, 2021 at 3:49 pm 0 comments

With more and more people getting vaccinated in the United States and United Kingdom, the DMACC Study Abroad program is back on track and will travel to London in February 2022.  Bethany Sweeney, English and history professor at the DMACC Carroll campus and coordinator for the Study Abroad program, talkedRead 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

DMACC security fights back against COVID-19

DMACC security fights back against COVID-19

November 6, 2020 at 12:22 pm 0 comments

COVID-19 cases in Iowa have continued to rise, Friday alone saw 3,533 new cases and 912 hospitalizations. Despite this, DMACC’s campus security has been facing the challenge head-on.  When COVID-19 first hit the country and colleges began going virtual, security was faced with uncertainty. Director of Campus Safety Jay TiefenthalerRead More

Interview with Matt Sprengeler

Interview with Matt Sprengeler

October 16, 2020 at 11:26 am 0 comments

Campus Chronicle staff members Cole and Aaron interview Academic Advisor Matt Sprengeler. They talk about academic advising during the virtual semester, differences between community colleges and four year colleges’ pandemic response, and a recent “Why Honors?” talk at the NACADA Annual Conference featuring Mr. Sprengeler.

Relief grant funds available for students

Relief grant funds available for students

September 16, 2020 at 11:51 am 0 comments

In the wake of COVID-19, students across the country have had their education disrupted as many schools transition to online learning. This has left some students struggling to pay for the resources required to attend classes online such as technology, internet, or childcare. In response to this, the federal governmentRead More