Campus Current

  • Campus Current staff members offer tips to survive the last days of finals week

    Campus Current staff members offer tips to survive the last days of finals week

    Sarah Noble, Multimedia

    December 12, 2018

    Want to survive the last few days of final exams? Follow these steps that Campus Current staff members swear by. While studying: Some exams cover material you learned at the beginning of the semester. If you don’t know where to start, break your review time into small steps. Ideally, everyone wants ...

    Campus Current says manage your time, get sleep and stay off your phone during finals week.

    Photo courtesy of Flickr

  • Active Minds hosts Fidos for Finals

    Active Minds hosts Fidos for Finals

    Alex Fregger, Technology Editor

    December 12, 2018

    A student club invited a service dog charity to help students de-stress during finals week. The Active Minds club invited Fidos for Freedom to bring their service dogs on campus as a way for students to relax and have a distraction during finals. Fidos for Freedom is a non-profit organization that...

    Active Minds hosts Fidos for Final, an event for students to interact with dogs to de-stress with finals.

    Photo by Bethany Probst

  • Biology professor passes away Nov. 29

    Biology professor passes away Nov. 29

    Sarah Noble, Multimedia Editor

    December 5, 2018

    An AACC professor, who was recently ranked as emeritus status, passed away Friday Nov. 29. Dr. Jill Loukides, a professor who taught at AACC for 14 years, passed suddenly, according to Dr. Mike Gavin, vice president for leaning. “Although the passing came about quickly, she was awarded Emeritus...

    Dr. Jill Loukides, a professor of 14 years at the college, passed away suddenly on Nov. 29.

    Photo courtesy of Pexels

  • Students admit Juuling can become addictive

    Students admit Juuling can become addictive

    Sarah Noble, Multimedia Editor

    December 4, 2018

    As second-year journalism student Noah Reem reclined on a worn sofa after a long day of classes, both of his legs were twitching and his eyes darted around the room. “I’m so dependent on it,” he said quickly, without making eye contact. “I spend so much money on it. I know it’s a giant waste...

    Police and faculty say they have seen little Juuling.

    Sarah Noble

  • Shoplifter takes merch from AACC’s bookstore

    Shoplifter takes merch from AACC’s bookstore

    Alex Fregger, Technology Editor

    December 4, 2018

    A shoplifter at the AACC Bookstore attempted to steal more than $1,000 worth of merchandise in October. According to the police report, on Oct. 29 at 3:22 p.m., 41-year-old Baltimore City resident James Hord entered the Bookstore with a duffle bag under his jacket and stole $721.51 worth of earbuds and...

    A shoplifter at the campus bookstore steals more than $1,000 worth of earbuds and headphones on two occasions in October.

    Alexandra Radovic

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Gen ed English classes will change in fall 2019

Gen ed English classes will change in fall 2019

December 4, 2018

Committee might alter student opinion forms

Committee might alter student opinion forms

December 4, 2018

Campus Current sends cards, papers to troops

Campus Current sends cards, papers to troops

December 4, 2018

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October 31, 2018

Culinary club hosts first event

Culinary club hosts first event

October 29, 2018

AACC literary magazine gets new office, editor

AACC literary magazine gets new office, editor

October 4, 2018

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Gamers: Video games=sports
AACC basketball teams look forward to season

AACC basketball teams look forward to season

November 8, 2018

Men’s championship turns 20

Men’s championship turns 20

November 8, 2018

Conference tournament ends

Conference tournament ends

November 8, 2018

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November 8, 2018

Adjunct offers start-up tricks

October 31, 2018

Bus riders say too little stops

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October 31, 2018

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