Campus Current

HCAT hosts Scottish rivals for big cookoff

HCAT hosts Scottish rivals for big cookoff

Amber Nathan, Editor-in-Chief

August 25, 2019

AACC culinary students competed in the fourth Atlantic Culinary Competition against City of Glasgow College on July 10. Student chefs from the Scottish college visited AACC for the competition. AACC’s culinary students competed in Glasgow last September. The students prepared flat iron steak...

Rely on your values to choose field of study

Rely on your values to choose field of study

Reese Levin, Contributor

August 21, 2019

Students who have not settled on their majors or careers should look for fields that reflect their values, AACC career counselors advise. Students have the option to take the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator test on campus and to meet with a personal and career counselor or engagement coach to help determine...

Studios open to all at AACC

Studios open to all at AACC

Mackenzie Airey, Graphics Editor

August 21, 2019

When continuing education student Karen McGady studied architecture at AACC years ago, she enrolled in drawing, sculpture, ceramics and pottery classes. Since she graduated, she has taken more classes in those mediums. And this semester, she said, “I decided to try screen printing.” McGady,...

Lunchtime routines vary among students

Lunchtime routines vary among students

Reese Levin, Contributor

August 21, 2019

AACC students are just as likely to bring lunch from home as they are to buy food on campus, according to a Campus Current poll. In an informal poll of 25 students on campus, nine said they bring their food from home, eight buy their lunch on campus, five purchase meals off campus and three said they...

College updates MLK park

College updates MLK park

Christina Browning, Multimedia Editor

August 21, 2019

AACC will rededicate its Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial on Aug. 27 on West Campus to unveil a new design. The 11 a.m. ceremony will showcase the design of former AACC landscape architecture student Kathryn Ellerbrock. The design features black-eyed Susans—the state flower—along the wall behind...

Class to study in Costa Rica

Class to study in Costa Rica

Christina Browning, Multimedia Editor

August 21, 2019

Two AACC biology professors are offering a new, four-credit class that will take their students to Costa Rica this semester. In Fundamentals of Ecology Travel Study—BIO 122—science students will travel to a different location around the world each semester to explore the interaction between organisms...

Be confident; ask questions

Be confident; ask questions

Christina Browning, Multimedia Editor

August 21, 2019

A lot of my classmates seem terrified to ask their professors questions, even if they need the answers to pass an assignment or even the class. Students deserve to have their questions answered, yet many are too scared to speak up and ask them. Professors appreciate it when students ask questions....

Students prep for upcoming drag show

Students prep for upcoming drag show

Daniel Nickerson, Multimedia Editor

May 15, 2019

  In a Campus Current social media poll of 49 followers, 60 percent said they would attend a drag queen show on campus, while 40 percent disagreed. Each year, the Gay Straight Alliance    sponsors an event called “Dragapalooza,” where students dress in drag and put on a runway show for...

ESI profs prep graduating AACC students for their futures

ESI profs prep graduating AACC students for their futures

Amber Nathan, Reporter

May 13, 2019

  Graduating entrepreneurs should stay positive, practice self-care and never give up, according to ESI faculty and staff.  Carlene Cassidy, chair of the Entrepreneurial Studies Institute, encouraged students to keep their heads high as they head to four-year schools or the workforce and ...

Students say their social media is ‘professional’ enough

Students say their social media is ‘professional’ enough

Lindey Gapsis, Reporter

May 9, 2019

In a Campus Current Instagram poll of 70 followers, most said they consider their social media accounts work-appropriate. Students said they mostly use Snapchat and Instagram platforms, but they avoid posting inappropriate photos or captions that future employers might not like. In one poll, 28...

SGA adds new plans for next fall, graduation

SGA adds new plans for next fall, graduation

Alexandra Radovic, Editor-in-Chief

May 6, 2019

The Student Government Association created a new position for next fall and will allow students to purchase club T-shirts and wear chords for their clubs at graduation. The new position, Vice President of Outreach, Community and Engagement will be “Pretty much a liaison between all the clubs at...

See AACC dancers’ practice pay off in “Spring Migration”

See AACC dancers’ practice pay off in “Spring Migration”

Philip Van Slooten, Reporter

May 4, 2019

  AACC’s Dance Company performed a collection of original works collectively titled “Spring Migration” to a packed audience on May 3.  This spring marks their 30th anniversary and they are performing two shows to celebrate.  “Spring Migration” is also scheduled for 4 at The Kauffman Theater at 8p.m. and the “Alum...

The independent student newspaper of Anne Arundel Community College.
Campus Life