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Students learned to manage their time and stay organized at an online event on Tuesday.

Image courtesy of Kyle Godduhn-Braaten and Caitlin Silver-Negron

Students learn time management, organization skills

Ella Westerfeld, Reporter September 21, 2023

Two presenters told students not to sacrifice their happiness in order to be productive at a time management workshop on Tuesday. About a dozen students attended the online event, hosted by First-Year...

SGA gave out free ice cream sundaes to students at an event on Wednesday.

SGA hosts ice cream sundae bar

Hailey McDonald, Reporter September 20, 2023

Over 150 students ate ice cream and took pictures with the school mascot at a Student Government Association event on Wednesday. Students learned about the SGA’s role at AACC alongside an ice cream...

AACCs black box shows--which students write, direct and act in--will begin production this semester. Shown, the cast of AACCs Twelve Angry Jurors rehearses for the November production of their mainstage show.

Theatre AACC to produce student-written plays

Tomi Brunton, Editor-in-Chief September 18, 2023

Theatre AACC will produce four plays entirely written, directed and acted by students starting this fall. Theatre AACC will recruit students this semester to act as the directors and stage managers...

Garinè B. Isassi discussed her book at the Writers Reading event

Novelist speaks at ‘Writer’s Reading’ event

Zack Buckingham and Dulcie Metro September 15, 2023

A novelist who wrote a book about punk rock in the 1980s and 1990s said words don’t have to be “beautiful” or “poetry,” but they need to be “clear.” Garinè B. Isassi, who wrote “Start...

AACC gave students free produce at the Wellness Wednesday event

Students get free produce at Wellness Wednesday event

Zack Buckingham, Reporter September 14, 2023

Students grabbed free fruits and vegetables from tables outside of the Health and Life Sciences building during the first Wellness Wednesday event of the semester.  Some picked up nicotine patches...

Students who attended a campus event on Tuesday decorated vision boards, like the one shown, with inspiring photos and sayings.

Students create vision boards during campus event

Dulcie Metro, Reporter September 12, 2023

  About two dozen students took a break from studies on Tuesday to create artwork that represents their vision for their futures. Some students wrote their goals on worksheets while others created...

AACC offers mental health resources for students struggling

Suicide prevention week brings awareness to mental health on campus

Izzy Chase, Associate Editor September 11, 2023

Warning: This article contains mentions of suicide  If you’ve ever struggled with your mental health you’re not alone. In fact, you can call 988 or reach out to AACC’s counseling services. Suicide...

The footbridge between the east and west side of the Arnold campus will remain closed all semester.

Bridge connecting east, west campus closes for repairs

Payton Thompson, Senior Reporter August 31, 2023

AACC closed the 30-year-old footbridge that connects the west and east campuses for the fall semester for repairs. During routine maintenance earlier this summer, workers found deterioration in the...

Students attended the block party hosted on the Quad

Students attend block party on 1st day of semester

Cole Popov, Reporter August 30, 2023

Students celebrated their return to campus by making stuffed animals and shopping from a free produce market at a back-to school party this Monday. Roughly 250 students attended the Office of Student...

Henry Robbins, left, and Kyle Sheppard talk and laugh in the quad after their summer class.

Students build lifelong friendships on campus

Andrea Bridgett, Sports Editor August 28, 2023

AACC students say they have made lifelong best friends on campus since restrictions from the COVID-19 pandemic relaxed and in-person events resumed.  Zack Buster, a third-year communications student,...

Students say they prefer email to texts or social media when it comes to receiving college information.

Students want AACC information via student email

Andrea Bridgett, Sports Editor August 28, 2023

A spring survey revealed students want to receive college information through their school email, but prefer YouTube if communication is via social media. AACC’s Strategic Communications Department...

Spring graduate Zoe Hunter, who studied creative writing here, is one of two AACC students who won a League of Innovation writing competition.

Creative writers win national recognition

Tomi Brunton, Editor-in-Chief August 28, 2023

Two AACC students won first-place awards in a national creative writing competition. Zoe Hunter, a creative writing student who graduated in May, won first place in the fictional short story section of...

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