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Students, faculty and staff gathered at Florestano 410 to celebrate their diverse linguistic experiences
AACC celebrates International Mother Language Day

Students and faculty played language trivia games and celebrated their linguistic diversity at an event on Wednesday. AACC hosted the Mother Language Day event, celebrating International Mother Language Day, a worldwide holiday recognized by the United Nations General Assembly...

Simon Ward, left, and Sierra Luers represent Amaranth, AACCs student journal for the arts, at the campus Involvement Fair event.
Clubs gather to recruit new members at AACC event

Students explored a variety of campus clubs at an Involvement Fair in the SUN Dining Hall on Feb.12. Representatives of about 23 clubs gathered from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. to discuss their organizations with more than 100 students and encourage them to join. “It's really a chance...

31 universities visit AACC to help any students who have questions about the transfer process.
Students meet four-year admissions officers at event

AACC hosted representatives from approximately 31 four-year universities on Feb. 15 to help students planning to transfer to their schools. Most of the universities at the Transfer Fair were from Maryland, but a few from out of state or online also attended. “At least 80%...

Zoë Sharp performs at an Amaranth open mic night.
Amaranth gives platform for students to share creative work

Student poets recited work with emotions ranging from anger to vulnerability to romance at an open mic event on campus Thursday. The student literary magazine, Amaranth, hosted the monthly event, which drew an audience of approximately 25 to listen to five poets read their work....

Blackness in Full Bloom event showcases artwork from AACC students and alumni.
Local black artists showcase work at AACC art gallery

AACC hosted an art exhibit to celebrate black history month on Thursday. The Office of Student Engagement partnered with the Black History Month Committee and the Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism Institute to organize the Blackness in Full Bloom event, an art gallery that is meant...

The Wellness Center encouraged students to practice safe decisions for Valentines Day.
Students celebrate healthy relationships at Valentine's Day event

Students gathered in the dining hall to celebrate healthy relationships, make flower bouquets and drink mocktails for Valentine’s Day on Wednesday. The Wellness Center and Office of Student Engagement collaborated to encourage students to make safe decisions for Valentine’s...

Student organizations like the Super Science Club, shown, will have to include at least two students and their adviser on future off-campus trips.
New rule requires at least 2 students, 1 adviser for off-campus club trips

A representative of AACC’s Office of Student Engagement told student club presidents on Feb. 9 that all off-campus club trips must include at least two students and an adviser. Student Involvement and Leadership Specialist Lea Brisbane called the new policy the “rule of three.”...

Students, faculty, staff and off-campus visitors celebrated the Black History Month Spirit Day Event.
Students, faculty, staff and visitors celebrate African American culture at spirit day event

Students attended an event to share African and African American culture through food, fashion and poetry in the Health and Life Sciences building on Wednesday. The Office of Student Engagement partnered with the Black History Month Committee to host the Black History Month Spirit...

AACC students Jaron Carroll (left), Maria Bejarano (center) and Paul Singleterry get their photo taken at an event.
Students show support for basketball team at "I Love Athletics" event

Students entered raffles and took pictures at a pre-game bash to show support for AACC’s women’s basketball team before the last game of the season on Tuesday. The Office of Student Engagement partnered with AACC Athletics and Dean of Student Development Deneen Dangerfield...

Student volunteer Kyle Neis plays the saxophone at the Swoops Sweethearts Valentines Day event, hosted by the Student Government Association, on Tuesday
Students celebrate Valentine's Day with live music

Students hung out and ate cookies while listening to live music at a Valentine's-themed event on Tuesday. The Student Government Association hosted the “Swoop’s Sweethearts” event in the Student Union dining hall, with party games and crafts for attendees. “The event...

Students from high school and college planted seeds for Providence of Maryland to restore wetlands and marshes around Chesapeake Bay.
AACC hosts the Anne Arundel Youth Environmental Action Summit

Organizations from all across Maryland came to AACC on Saturday to encourage students to fight against climate change on Saturday. Sixteen environmental activist groups participated in AAYEAS, or the Anne Arundel Youth Environmental Action Summit, to teach high school and college...

Four students make a collage called a vision board.
Students create collages at "Build a Vision Board" event

Students made their own collages to represent their goals for the new year in the Student Union on Tuesday. The Transfer Studies Department hosted the Build A Vision Board event where students made “vision boards,” a type of collage where magazines, markers and glue sticks...

Art professor Matt Klos speaks at a gallery event for his new exhibit in the Cade Gallery in February.
Art professor displays sabbatical paintings

An AACC art professor will display 70 oil paintings he made of buildings in his community at the Cade Gallery from Feb.1 to Feb. 29. Matt Klos walked through his neighborhood, Sparrows Point in Baltimore County with an easel and canvas every day while he was on sabbatical last spring...

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