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Month: February 2018

Ainsley Schuler February 14, 2018

Gabriel Krafcisin, Nysir Marshburn and Kylie Behm. In the last couple of decades, incoming freshman have had the problem of not being prepared. Throughout high school and middle school, students haven’t had to put a lot of energy into their school work. According to The Chronicle of Higher Education, there are some kids that have classes […]

Ainsley Schuler February 14, 2018

Lori Graves, Mia Ruther, Adam Todd College is hard. No one can deny that. There are so many things that we deal with, figuring out how to pay rent, buy food and necessities, pay for your books and tuition, all while trying to juggle classes and homework. Sometimes it’s difficult to know where we can […]

Edward Kivlahan February 9, 2018

ISU’s monthly AfterDark events are fun, diverse, and often feature surprising guests. At this month’s ISU AfterDark, Woody Harrelson made an appearance. His presence at ISU was due to a screening of his latest ambitious project, Lost in London, at the Great Ballroom in the Memorial Union. The film was live-streamed in one take to […]

Ainsley Schuler February 7, 2018

Aliyah Robinson uses the new charging station New in the library! DMACC Boone campus Library now offers charging stations for student with low batteries on their devices. Each station offers two charging ports, two USB ports and an LAN port. If needed, the library also offers universal chargers to borrow. See Christine Whitney for more […]

Ainsley Schuler February 7, 2018

By, Shaylene Whitmer, Max Heithoff, and Ashlee Maurer Every year in the United States nearly 25,000 women will become pregnant because of sexual assault. Today we found that the reason only 1 in 5 of those women report their assault is because they felt nothing could be done and the process in reporting is enduring. By […]

Ainsley Schuler February 7, 2018

By Kennedy Hilsabeck, Abi Reutter, and Grace Stalzer If you are a first-generation student (FGS) who is from a low-income family or lacking a knowledge of the resources available to you, the thought of finishing college may seem down-right insurmountable. Being a low income and first generation student go together quite often. According to the […]

Mario Chothen February 3, 2018

It’s easy to hate the New England Patriots. They have been caught cheating multiple times, Tom Brady got suspended for deflating footballs, and they ALWAYS WIN! Now that I have gotten that off my chest let’s get to the facts. At the end of the day men lie, women lie but numbers don’t. New England […]

Ainsley Schuler February 2, 2018

The Spring Production is underway! This Spring come see local DMACC Boone Campus students in the production of Exit Who? Written by Samuel French, Inc.. The cast consists of:   Dustin Reis as Wilfred Wooster Rachel Lease as Crane Hammond Edward Kivlahan as Joel Dover Josie Clark as Kate Bixley Zac Cue as Vernon Cookley […]