On January 21, the day after President Trump was sworn into office, marches around the globe took place to stand up for women’s rights. Our Co Editor-in-Chief, Meredith Kestel, was in New York at one of the rallies.
By Ben Theobald Students who have taken out loans will all deal with the reality of paying them back after they graduate. One way for students to alleviate the pressure of loans is to qualify for grants. Eligibility for the Pell Grant may be diminished after Congress voted to cut the Federal Summer Pell Grant. […]
By Eleni Upah Tawnya Zerr, 28, graduated from DMACC with a degree in welding, but that didn’t stop the ambitious entrepreneur from opening her own cupcake shop in Ames. Her shop is now up for one of the most intense baking competition on television. Zerr is awaiting a response from the producers of the Food […]