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First-year entrepreneurship student Hannah Gribbin claims first prize for her business idea at the 13th annual Big Idea competition.

Students win money for business ideas

Zack Buster, Editor-in-Chief November 22, 2022

Student entrepreneurs won a total of $2,250 in awards to help them make their business ideas a reality on Thursday. First-year entrepreneurial student Hannah Gribbin, who claimed first prize in the...

Second-year Spanish education student Conor Curran speaks at an Anne Arundel County Budget event.

Student leader takes on county positions

Zack Buster, Editor-in-Chief November 8, 2022

A second-year Spanish education student won a seat on the Anne Arundel County Democratic Central Committee in July. Nineteen-year-old AACC student Board of Trustees member Conor Curran has represented...

First-year secondary Spanish education student Conor Curran will begin his tenure as the student member of the Board of Trustees on July 1.

Board of Trustees appoints new student member

Zack Buster, Associate Editor April 14, 2022

A first-year secondary Spanish education student will be the next student member of AACC’s Board of Trustees. Director of Student Engagement Amberdawn Cheatham, who leads the committee that accepts...

Summer Or Fall Classes - Whats Better?

Summer Or Fall Classes – What’s Better?

Heather Van Gilder, Designer June 4, 2016

Are you thinking of taking summer classes? Think no further! Taking summer classes is guaranteed to speed up your degree seeking (as long as you do the work)! You might be thinking it’s too late, but...

Close view of a collection of VOTE badges. 3D render with HDRI lighting and raytraced textures.

SGA Candidate Forum Previews Next Week’s Election

April 19, 2016

Starting next week, students at Anne Arundel Community College will have the opportunity to vote for the person who will serve as president of the Student Government Association. Christine Storck, director...

Finals Creep Up On Students; Library Helps As Study Time Becomes Critical

Finals Creep Up On Students; Library Helps As Study Time Becomes Critical

Aubrey Minner, Reporter December 22, 2015
Updates to the Andrew J. Truxal Library you just have to know about!
22 Thoughts Weve All Had While Using Tinder

22 Thoughts We’ve All Had While Using Tinder

Abigail Coale, Reporter December 22, 2015
I’ve compiled a list of thoughts universally recognized by Tinder users. I may or may not have messaged my friend these things in all caps. I may or may not have said some of these aloud to myself.
A Guide To The Ultimate Christmas Party Playlist

A Guide To The Ultimate Christmas Party Playlist

Abigail Coale, Reporter December 22, 2015
Click here to learn about more invigorating Christmas tunes!
In Case You Missed It

In Case You Missed It

Abigail Coale, Reporter December 2, 2015

Welcome back to “In Case You Missed It,” your monthly pop culture news recap written by yours truly. It’s been a busy month in Hollywood, and I am here to catch you up! From new Disney movies to...

Ask Darcy

Ask Darcy

Darcy Reed, Reporter December 2, 2015

Dear Darcy,   My best friend and I have been friends for ten years and we’ve hardly ever fought. But all of the sudden we’ve been bickering a lot over the stupidest things. It’s getting...

Smith Keeps Striding: Balancing Sports & Life

Smith Keeps Striding: Balancing Sports & Life

Cody Colston, Reporter December 2, 2015

During the 2014-2015 basketball season Calab Smith led the Anne Arundel Community College Men’s Basketball Team with 400 points. He was awarded with First Team All-Region, the Unsung Hero Award, and...

Clock In To The Campus Current

Clock In To The Campus Current

Neil Kenworthy, Editor December 2, 2015

One clock can have up to 30 moving parts. There are many different wheels, springs, nails, posts, levers, hooks, and so on. All of these different pieces, practically useless individually, must work in...

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