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Q&A: Iowa Culinary Institute Alumnus and “Chopped” contestant James Richards

Q&A: Iowa Culinary Institute Alumnus and “Chopped” contestant James Richards

October 31, 2018 at 8:43 am 0 comments

James Richards graduated from Iowa Culinary Institute in spring 2010. He was one of the few students who received a one-month scholarship to France upon graduation. Upon return, he moved to Las Vegas and began working at various restaurants. Most notably, he worked in Emeril Lagasse’s establishments, including Delmonico SteakhouseRead More

Anthony Arroyo (Photo editor)

Opinion: Don’t be scared of failure

October 31, 2018 at 8:39 am 0 comments

One issue I find in people my age is their perception of failure. Failing is bad, forbidden, and something we avoid at all costs. We do not want to fail as students, employees or in the relationships we make or are scared to make. People my age are so afraidRead More

Ben Breshears

Review: Slipknot’s “Slaughterhouse” worth the price

October 31, 2018 at 8:38 am 0 comments

Being treated like an animal has never felt so exhilarating. As Campus Chronicle staff Christy, Joe and I waited in line at The Slaughterhouse in Des Moines we heard constant screams of other participants in the building, and noisy clashes from metal that actors were sporadically throwing around. This attractionRead More

Ankeny Centennial graduate earns Big 10 Freshman of the Week at Iowa

Ankeny Centennial graduate earns Big 10 Freshman of the Week at Iowa

October 31, 2018 at 8:33 am 0 comments

Riley Moss, an Ankeny Centennial graduate who is now playing for the University of Iowa as a true freshman, has won Big Ten Freshman of the Week for his performance Saturday, Oct. 6 against Minnesota. With injuries to starting corners Michael Ojemudia and Matt Hankins, Moss and fellow true freshmanRead More

“Ghost Bike”: A mythical tale of loss and adventure, premieres tonight

“Ghost Bike”: A mythical tale of loss and adventure, premieres tonight

October 31, 2018 at 8:28 am 0 comments

In its first foray into co-production, the DMACC Ankeny Theater Department has teamed up with Grandview University to present “Ghost Bike.” This play begins with two best friends; Ora and Eddie. They ride their bikes all over Chicago together, until one fateful day while Eddie is out on his bike,Read More

Paul Robidoux

Opinion: Don’t vote? Don’t complain

October 30, 2018 at 12:21 pm 0 comments

Growing up, I was excited to turn 18, to be able to vote. In my house, my parents voted in every local, state, and national election. My dad would tell me that a school board or county supervisor vote is potentially more important than the presidential election because they couldRead More

Amber Dilsaver and Gill Tupper rise for a block against Iowa Central.

DMACC Volleyball Ends Regular Season

October 26, 2018 at 12:26 pm 0 comments

The DMACC 2018 volleyball regular season ended with contrasting games. The Bears dominated Southwestern at DMACC’s sophomore night on Oct. 17 by a score of 3-0. The Bears never allowed the Spartans to score even 15 points in any set. Gill Tupper was one of the sophomores honored in herRead More

Sarah Bogaards (editor)

Reynolds and Hubbell focus on healthcare, taxes in first debate

October 11, 2018 at 9:26 am 0 comments

Gov. Kim Reynolds and opponent Fred Hubbell took to the debate floor for the first time Wednesday night at the DMACC campus in Ankeny to express their views publicly. The auditorium of Building 6 was divided in half, one side occupied by Hubbell’s supporters, the other by Reynolds’. Regardless, byRead More