Archive for October, 2018

Ben Newell

Q&A with Honors program director Dr. Laurie Linhart

October 10, 2018 at 12:40 pm 0 comments

Q: Tell me a little bit about yourself? A: I have my master’s and PhD from Iowa State in sociology. This is the beginning of my 26th year of teaching college. The last six I have been full time here at DMACC. Before that, I was an adjunct at DrakeRead More

Ben Breshears

Opinion: Men should not be afraid to ask for emotional help

October 10, 2018 at 8:49 am 0 comments

In our society, violence and hate are seemingly as common as clouds in the sky. Unchecked rage can lead to physical agression, including murder. However, this does not seem to change media habits, nor is taught to our younger generations who suffer the most from violent acts. While gender stereotypesRead More

Paul Robidoux

Sciences split from Liberal Arts

October 10, 2018 at 8:31 am 0 comments

Students may notice a change in venue for psychology and sociology classes this spring. The Ankeny campus is currently in the process of moving those social sciences classes out of Building 2, and into Building 9. This is part of a split from the Liberal Arts program where the science,Read More

Devonta Prince slams home 2 of his 8 points vs Black Hawk-Moline on Saturday

DMACC Starts Season 3-0 in Saturday’s Exhibitions

October 8, 2018 at 3:52 pm 0 comments

Last Saturday the DMACC men’s basketball team played three exhibition games in the JUCO Jam, winning all three. The Bears first game was against Black Hawk-Moline, Ill., which the Bears won by a score of 49-33. Unofficial stats for the Bears had freshman Zach Lester leading the team with 11Read More

Madison Paulson scores vs Rochester

DMACC Goes 2-2 in Home Invitational

October 8, 2018 at 12:06 pm 0 comments

The #19 ranked DMACC volleyball team had two games Friday and two Saturday while hosting their annual home Invitational, going 1-1 on each day. The Bears first game was against #2 Parkland, Ill. where they lost in 4 sets. DMACC split the first two sets with the national power, byRead More