Campus Current

  • Stuff a bear with love for Valentine’s Day

    Stuff a bear with love for Valentine’s Day

    Roxanne Ready, Editor-in-Chief

    February 16, 2018

    Students left campus with fluffy new friends today, thanks to a Valentine’s Day teddy bear stuffing event. The Campus Activities Board—a student club that organizes many events on campus—brought unstuffed teddy bears and lambs to the SUN Dining Hall with buckets of plush stuffing. “This is unex...

    The Campus Activities Board hosts Stuff-a-bear, letting students stuff their own bears for Valentine's Day. Photo by Mary Kane

  • Gov. shutdown has little effect

    Gov. shutdown has little effect

    Raquel Hamner, Photography Editor

    February 1, 2018

    At midnight on Jan. 20, the U.S. government shut down when lawmakers couldn’t reach an agreement to fund it. Two days later, on Jan. 22, the Senate passed a temporary spending bill that reopened the government until Feb. 8. Still, the threat of another shutdown remains until congressional Republicans...

    A federal shutdown will not affect student aid at AACC. Photo by Roxanne Ready

  • College opens late on 1st day

    College opens late on 1st day

    Alexandra Radovic, Associate Editor

    February 1, 2018

    AACC opened late on the first day of the spring semester because of snow. Vice President of Learning Resources Management Melissa Beardmore decided to close the college until 1 p.m. on Jan. 17 because of snowfall the night before. “Every faculty member I spoke with was praying that the college...

    AACC’s Arnold campus opened late on the first day of classes due to snow. Photo by Raquel Hamner

  • Student reporter starts campus news podcast

    Student reporter starts campus news podcast

    Sarah Noble, Social Media Manager

    February 1, 2018

    Campus Current will air its first podcast, the “Riverhawk Report,” on Feb. 8. Daniel Salomon, a first-year transfer studies student and host of the new “Riverhawk Report,” said the monthly podcast will feature student newsmakers and campus news. His first podcast guest will be student trustee...

    Campus Current digital editor Daniel Salomon interviews student trustee Nyia Curtis for the new podcast, “Riverhawk Report.” Photo by Sarah Noble

  • Trump thinks vocational schools, community colleges are the same thing February 2, 2018
  • Lectures to honor MLK will begin in February February 1, 2018
  • All generations join in classes February 1, 2018
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Stuff a bear with love for Valentine’s Day

Video game tournament at AACC

February 5, 2018

AACC police bear cold at plunge

AACC police bear cold at plunge

February 2, 2018

Lectures to honor MLK  will begin in February

Lectures to honor MLK will begin in February

February 1, 2018

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Performing Arts Dept. to showcase students

Performing Arts Dept. to showcase students

January 17, 2018

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What’s in; what’s out? Riverhawks weigh in

January 17, 2018

ESports raises charity money for Children’s Miracle Hospital

ESports raises charity money for Children’s Miracle Hospital

December 1, 2017

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Baseball to begin year with 2 games at home
Gymnasium has ‘Cage’ for sports equipment

Gymnasium has ‘Cage’ for sports equipment

February 1, 2018

Men’s Lacrosse ready for brand new season

Men’s Lacrosse ready for brand new season

February 1, 2018

Athletes advance to next level

Athletes advance to next level

February 1, 2018

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AACC has great opportunities
‘Fields of interest’ will salvage more credits
1st class of semester: key to student success

1st class of semester: key to student success

January 17, 2018

Welcome back; stay positive

January 17, 2018

Use alternatives to painkillers

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