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Students, legislators oppose DMACC’s use of state funds

Students, legislators oppose DMACC’s use of state funds

April 2, 2013 at 6:49 pm 0 comments

By Campus Chronicle Editors   On March 25 President of DMACC Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) Jake Dagel, 20-year-old political science major, held a press conference condemning DMACC’s financial involvement in the Governors Conference on Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ). DMACC has given $1,000 in exchanged for aRead More

Paging readers: Literary Arts Festival booked in April

Paging readers: Literary Arts Festival booked in April

March 15, 2013 at 9:16 am 0 comments

By: Anna Duran Bookworms and aspiring authors take note: the Literary Arts Festival is coming up the first week of April. It is set to take place April 1-3. The winners of the creative writing contest, several Iowa writers, and four national authors will be reading from personal works atRead More

Creative writing creates opportunities for students

March 15, 2013 at 9:14 am 0 comments

By: Ryan Meier When Ankeny sophomore Sarah Pillman was notified that she had won first place in the short story category for the annual DMACC District-wide Creative Writing contest, she was stunned. “When they told me, I thought ‘Are you kidding me? Do you have the right person?’” Pillman said.Read More

Retirement Series: Terry Luloff

Retirement Series: Terry Luloff

March 15, 2013 at 9:13 am 0 comments

By: Drew Brown Terry Luloff is a retiring math professor here at the Ankeny campus. Luloff got his bachelor’s degree for mathematics at Wartburg University, and his master’s degree in education at Drake University. “You never know what is going to happen in the classroom. It has been said varietyRead More

Retirement Series: Bradley Dyke

Retirement Series: Bradley Dyke

March 15, 2013 at 9:05 am 0 comments

By: Ryan Meier For many who retire, it can mean moving to a warmer climate and relaxing. For professor Bradley Dyke, he will be returning to a slightly warmer climate: Kansas City. “I didn’t realize how much colder it was in the wintertime up here,” Dyke said. Dyke moved toRead More

Cheating remains an issue

Cheating remains an issue

March 13, 2013 at 10:12 am 0 comments

By Jarrett Quick Staff Writer Cheating has long been a problem in academics. From a recent cheating scandal at Harvard which involved over 200 students to a student copying a paper at DMACC, cheating has remained an issue for students and faculty alike. This issue has been especially common asRead More

DMACC students go on to make it big as writers

DMACC students go on to make it big as writers

March 13, 2013 at 10:11 am 0 comments

By Nevin Cornwell Ever wonder where your education at DMACC will lead you? Ex-DMACC students have gone on to take jobs around the world in dozens of fields, including writing. Bob Eschliman has been the editor at the Newton Daily News for eight months. During his 14-year career as aRead More

DMACC History Part III

March 13, 2013 at 10:08 am 0 comments

By: Alex Payne In this final part of our series on DMACC History we will look at the future of DMACC including possible expansions in Knoxville and Waukee along with a look back on the 2000s, 2010s. The 2000s brought expansions and major innovations, which would make DMACC stand outRead More