Dakota College at Bottineau – Campus Successes November

November 13, 2015

DCB Announces Performance

​The LumberActs will host a performance of Twelve Angry Jurors the first week of December.  Performances are scheduled for Wednesday, December 2 for the DCB family and Thursday, December 3 for the general public.  At the beginning of Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose, the jury has just finished listening to six days of trial proceedings. A nineteen-year old man is on trial for the murder of his father. The defendant has a criminal record (and a lot of circumstantial evidence piled against him). The defendant, if found guilty, would receive a mandatory death penalty.  There are fourteen LumberActs involved in this performance.

 

Staff Senate Recognizes Veterans

The Staff Senate along with the local VFW conducted a flag raising ceremony to honor their faculty, staff and student Veterans. Even though the campus was closed over Veteran’s Day, the ceremony was held the day prior to thank those who served our country. There were 14 faculty and staff recognized and 10 students.

 

DCB Graduate Success

2013 DCB graduate, Seth Serihenko was recently awarded the Outstanding Accounting Student presented by the Iowa Society of CPAs (ISCPa).  The ISCPA presents this award to one account student from Iowa State University each year.  The selection committee was thrilled by Serihenko’s impressive academic performance indicated by his strong GPA.

Anthony Swain Benson has been appointed to the Northeast Judicial District Court bench. He brings to the position a wealth of legal experience and an unwavering commitment to justice and public service.  Benson earned his associate’s degree in mathematics from Dakota College in Bottineau and a degree in university studies from NDSU, and from UND a law degree in 2000