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Students taste-test food from possible Hawk’s Nest replacement

Students taste-test food from possible Hawk's Nest replacement
May 8, 2017

Approximately 120 students, faculty and staff attended the food tasting of the new company CDL Inc. on May 4, according to Steve Pegg, the director of auxiliary services. The company could possibly...

AACC students get ready for finals

AACC students get ready for finals
May 8, 2017

AACC students are preparing for their upcoming finals with a delicate balance of studying and relaxation. Students said they anticipate finals by creating extra time in their schedules to study. “I...

Campus Current names new ’17-’18 editor-in-chief

Campus Current names new '17-'18 editor-in-chief
May 3, 2017

A nontraditional student will be the editor-in-chief of the Campus Current for the 2017-2018 school year. Roxanne Ready, a first-semester transfer student, will replace outgoing editor Jesse Johnson...

Students play ‘town ball’ to learn sports history

Professor Richard Hardesty brought his class to play the precursor to Baseball on April 28.
May 3, 2017

An AACC Sports in America class played one of the precursor games to baseball on April 28. The game, town ball, is very similar to Baseball but with a few tweaks, according to professor Richard Hardesty,...

New dining services wants input

New dining services wants input
May 2, 2017

AACC will have a taste testing for the new dining services on May 4 in SUN 102. On Thursday, May 4 the dining services will give students, faculty and staff an opportunity to sample the new company,...

Campus Current publishes first 20-page paper

Campus Current publishes first 20-page paper
May 1, 2017

Campus Current’s May issue will be 20 pages, the largest print newspaper in AACC’s history. The 20-page edition, which will be on campus newsracks and online at TheCampusCurrent.com on May 1, marks...

New company to replace Deli

AACC will replace the Hawk’s Nest Grill & Deli by June 30 with a new company outside of the college.
May 1, 2017

A new, outside food-catering company will replace The Hawk’s Nest Grill & Deli by June 30. AACC’s Executive Director of Finance Andrew Little said he is overseeing the process of hiring an outside...

AACC supports green college

Political science major Piper Lewis helps to maintain one of the many rain gardens around campus.
May 1, 2017

AACC’S Arnold campus is home to dozens of environmentally friendly features. Joyce Dawson, assistant director of facilities planning and construction, said the college has programs to reduce water...

College-goers happy at AACC

In a Campus Current informal poll, all 20 students say they are happier at AACC since beginning their educational journey.
May 1, 2017

AACC students in April said they are happier since starting school here. In an informal poll of 20 students on campus, all of them said they have become happier because of the resources AACC offers...

Transfer students offer advice to ‘17 graduates

Transfer students offer advice to ‘17 graduates
May 1, 2017

Former AACC students who transferred to four-year universities over the past year have some advice for this May’s graduates: Learn everything about your new school long before any of your classes begin. Brian...

Local nutritionist gives tips for eating healthy

To eat healthier, students should prepare meals at home the night before, a Giant Food nutritionist says.
May 1, 2017

Even busy community college students who grab food on the go most of the time can still eat healthy. Chef Virginia Olson, of AACC’s Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism Institute, told Campus Current...

Students split on textbooks

Websites such as Openstax.org offer students free e-books in a variety of academic subjects.
May 1, 2017

AACC students said they like the convenience of e-textbooks, but many still prefer paper to screens. In an informal poll of 20 students on campus in April, 10 said they prefer textbooks in digital format,...

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