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CAB hosts event for students to play games, connect with local business

CAB hosts event for students to play games, connect with local business

Daniel Nickerson, Co-Photo Editor

November 20, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Club News, Entertainment, News, Showcase

The Campus Activities Board hosted their annual Game On event, which is co-hosted with Third Eye Games. CAB and Third Eye offered table top games to students to play in the Student Union while they hung out and ate lunch. “I played Splender with my friends it was a good old time,” said Stephen...

Business students host annual Global Giving Market

Business students host annual Global Giving Market

Daniel Nickerson, Co-Photo Editor

November 20, 2018


Filed under Arts, Campus Life, Diversity, News, Showcase

Business students put on an annual service learning project which included a bazaar of fair trade items of different foods and crafts on Nov 13. The Global Giving Market is a yearly event with a market from developing country vendors. The Global Giving Market is a service learning event held every...

Hairspray opens with strong voices, funny dialogue

Hairspray opens with strong voices, funny dialogue

Coleman Guthrie, Reporter

November 10, 2018


Filed under Arts, Campus Life, Club News, Diversity, Entertainment, Front Page, News, Showcase, Theater

The Theatre at AACC debuted the award-winning Broadway musical 'Hairspray' in the Robert E. Kauffman Theater this November. The show, directed by adjunct instructor AnnMarie T. Saunders, opened to faculty, students and community members on Nov. 9 at 8 p.m. AACC's rendition of 'Hairspray' is ent...

Some faculty question admins on split power

Some faculty question admins on split power

Sarah Noble, Multimedia Editor

November 8, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Front Page

A campus-wide organization that represents AACC faculty voted in October to review whether administrators are honoring a college policy to share decision-making with professors. English professor Suzanne Spoor and Coordinator of Gender and Sexuality Studies Heather Rellihan proposed that The Faculty...

Annual Empty Bowls event raises money for veterans

Annual Empty Bowls event raises money for veterans

Bethany Probst, Photo Co-Editor

November 8, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Front Page, Fundraiser, News, Showcase

AACC culinary students sold bowls of soup to raise money for veterans on Nov. 1. Empty Bowls--a fundraiser which sells soup in bowls sometimes handcrafted by local artists--raised money for the college’s Military and Veteran Resource Center. The college sold each bowl to students, faculty and...

Health and Wellness Club hosts informational speech on neck injuries

Health and Wellness Club hosts informational speech on neck injuries

Arianna Beers, Reporter

November 8, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Club News, Diversity, Front Page, Showcase, Sports

The Health and Wellness club hosted an informational speech to educate students on neck and spinal cord injury prevention. Dr. Cameron Hatam, who is a doctor of Chiropractics, presented a power point that discussed different types of neck injuries the symptoms to look for and how they can affect a...

CAB hosts cupcake decorating, voting information event

Arianna Beers, Reporter

November 7, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Club News, Showcase

The Campus Activities Board hosted a Cupcakes and Voting event where students could decorate cupcakes and see where they're polling location is. CAB hosted the event to encourage students to vote in the midterm elections on Tuesday, November 6. While learning information about voting and polling...

LGBTQ+ students have school support system

LGBTQ+ students have school support system

Daniel Salomon, Multimedia Producer

October 31, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Diversity

Students who identify as LGBTQ+ can find support through specially trained administrators, faculty and staff who are part of a campus-wide Rainbow Network. The creators of the 5-year-old AACC Rainbow Network, or ARN, set it up so faculty and staff could understand that the campus community is diverse,...

Adjunct offers start-up tricks

Alexandra Radovic, Editor-in-Chief

October 31, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Editorial and Opinion

An AACC entrepreneurship instructor said any student interested in starting a business should prepare to work hard, seek mentoring and get involved on campus. Adjunct instructor Candice Pruett, who teaches Introduction to Entrepreneurship, suggested that would-be business owners meet regularly with a faculty adv...

Entrepreneur students can earn certification

Entrepreneur students can earn certification

Ashley Sokolowski, Associate Editor

October 31, 2018


Filed under Campus Life

AACC students interested in starting businesses can earn a degree or certificate from the Entrepreneurial Studies Institute on campus. The certificate and degree programs consist of six required core classes. “All of our classes in the certificate program are part of the degree program,” Carlene Cas...

AACC offers one-time class on Dr. King’s life

AACC offers one-time class on Dr. King’s life

Alayshia Florida, Advertising Manager

October 31, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Diversity

AACC offered a class about the legacy and relevance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the CALT Building on Oct. 20 to a packed audience of students, faculty and community members. The lecture, by AACC history professor Dr. Lester Brooks and longtime civil rights activist Carl Snowden, was part of the...

Student shares business ideas

Student shares business ideas

Alexandra Radovic, Editor-in-Chief

October 31, 2018


Filed under Campus Life

An AACC student who owns a million-dollar company said students who wish to start their own businesses should organize their time, try new things and follow their interests. Last year’s winner of the college’s Big Idea Business Pitch Competition, fifth-year business student Dalton Leonard, won...

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