Campus Current

  • Student body elects new president

    Student body elects new president

    Ashley Sokolowski, Reporter

    May 11, 2018

    Student Government Association President Jonathan O’Dea announced his replacement for the 2018-2019 academic year on Monday. Students elected Jacob Smith, a second-year business management student, by voting on the Nest—AACC’s student club management website—between April 30 and May 4. Smith...

    Jacob Smith, a first-year business management student, will be the Student Government Association's new president starting on June 1.

    Photo by Raquel Hamner

  • Harassment at Arnold low, says campus poll

    Harassment at Arnold low, says campus poll

    Roxanne Ready, Editor-in-Chief

    May 1, 2018

    Slightly more than half of AACC students say they have been sexually harassed, but fewer than 4 percent claim they have been harassed on campus, according to a Campus Current survey. Of the 338 students Campus Current surveyed across the Arnold campus in April, slightly more than 51 percent said they...

    Campus Current surveyed 338 students across the Arnold campus in April. More than half said they have been harassed, but fewer than 4 percent said it happened on campus.

    Photo by Raquel Hamner

  • Dick pics: common but unwanted, poll shows

    Dick pics: common but unwanted, poll shows

    Sarah Noble, Social Media Manager

    May 1, 2018

    Cheyenne Jones, a theater student and frequent Tinder user, said she was texting a man she didn’t know on the dating app when he sent her a surprising image. “He was asking what I like about theater, and as I was typing, he sent me a dick pic,” Jones said. “Then he asked, ‘What do you think?’” At...

    Holly Shontz, a first-year nursing student, imagines her reaction to receiving an unsolicited dick pic. Most students say they feel harassed by such photos.

    Photo by Daniel Salomon

  • Past AACC student files discrimination lawsuit

    Past AACC student files discrimination lawsuit

    Roxanne Ready, Editor-in-Chief

    May 1, 2018

    A former student of AACC’s Physician Assistant Certificate program sued the college on March 3 for racial and disability discrimination. Keshea Tyrell claims in the lawsuit that AACC professors treated her unfairly and eventually dismissed her from the program because she is black and her professors...

    Former AACC student Keshea Tyrell filed a racial and disability discrimination lawsuit against the college at Maryland’s District Court.

    Photo courtesy of lvglawfirm.com

  • Class of 2018 readies for May 24 graduation

    Class of 2018 readies for May 24 graduation

    Ashley Sokolowski, Reporter

    May 1, 2018

    Approximately 2,006 students will graduate from AACC on May 24. Between 500 and 600 students will participate in the commencement ceremony on the athletic practice field on the Arnold campus under a white tent. AACC holds a graduation ceremony only once a year, so some graduates who will participate...

    The campus bookstore sells caps and gowns and graduation souvenirs. Commencement will be on the Arnold practice field at 7 p.m. on May 24, rain or shine.

    Photo by Mary Kane

County exec to trim college’s budget
  • SGA officials will get pay in fall May 1, 2018
  • Online forms available for reporting offenses May 1, 2018
  • Mandatory orientation sessions coming in fall May 1, 2018
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AACC art students show off talent
Students speak on their lives with disabilities

Korean club hosts tea party on the Quad

May 1, 2018

AACC offers noncredit classes about drones

AACC offers noncredit classes about drones

May 1, 2018

Campus Current reporter wins award for coverage

Campus Current reporter wins award for coverage

May 1, 2018

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AACC Dance Company takes flight with spring show
AACC community speaks out for women at annual ‘Soapbox Sisters’ event

AACC community speaks out for women at annual ‘Soapbox Sisters’ event

April 19, 2018

Theatre at AACC pokes fun at show business for spring performance

Theatre at AACC pokes fun at show business for spring performance

April 18, 2018

Dance troupe visits college

Dance troupe visits college

February 28, 2018

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Softball will upgrade to Division II next spring
Riverhawk athletes say no harassment at AACC
Women’s Lax ranks 2nd among NJCAA colleges

Women’s Lax ranks 2nd among NJCAA colleges

May 1, 2018

Concussions total 19 in ’16-’18

Concussions total 19 in ’16-’18

May 1, 2018

Men’s Lacrosse heads into postseason at 8-3

Men’s Lacrosse heads into postseason at 8-3

May 1, 2018

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Don’t let harassers get away with it: Speak up
Keep moving toward your goals
Demand change: Stand up, speak out, be heard

Demand change: Stand up, speak out, be heard

April 1, 2018

Why vote: Potholes are politics

Why vote: Potholes are politics

April 1, 2018

‘Hear us roar!’ Women are changing the world

‘Hear us roar!’ Women are changing the world

March 1, 2018

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