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Epsilon Chi enrollment drops since April 2016

Epsilon Chi inducts 63 new students and three new faculty members into the campus honor society.
May 1, 2017

Fewer AACC students became members of the campus chapter of Chi Epsilon National Honor Society this year than last. The campus sorority, called Epsilon Chi, has been at the college since 2009. Sixty-three...

May concert to raise money in memory of late AACC student

Aaron Marshall wrote more than 500 songs.
May 1, 2017

The day after Aaron “AG” Marshall’s AACC classmates graduate on May 25, some of them will join their former classmate’s family and friends at a concert featuring a sampling of the 500 songs he...

Dear World illustrates stories through photos

Students from AACC participate in the Dear World photo shoot in April.
May 1, 2017

AACC hosted photo-storytelling project Dear World on April 10 and 11. Students, faculty and staff had a chance to answer the one question Dear World asks, “If you had one story to share with the world,...

AACC brings in Judge Forum

AACC brings in Judge Forum
April 30, 2017

A Maryland Court of Appeals judge said it could be “unconstitutional” to ban anyone from accessing social media, even sex offenders. Judge Clayton Greene was one of six judges who spoke on campus...

Campus Current publishes first 20-page paper

Campus Current publishes first 20-page paper
April 28, 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...

Advocates speak about sexual assault

Advocates speak about sexual assault
April 20, 2017

Two sexual assault advocates in April encouraged AACC students—especially men—to stay away from friends who pressure them into having sex. David Seeber, an educator with Catharsis Productions,...

SGA candidate withdraws from president’s race

SGA candidate withdraws from president's race
April 18, 2017

One of the two candidates for the office of Student Government Association president dropped out of the race Tuesday, assuring the remaining contender the top spot. Johnathan O’Dea, president of the...

AACC hosts annual Easter egg hunt

Photo courtesy of Jake Moorhead
April 17, 2017

Children and parents participated in the ninth annual Easter egg hunt on campus in AACC’s dining hall Saturday morning. The free event featured Easter egg hunts for different age groups, as well...

AACC photography students display work

Campus Current photographer Brandon Hamilton also had pieces, as seen above, on display at the KIFA Exhibition.
April 14, 2017

A group of alternative photography students displayed photographs at the Kent Island Federation of Arts exhibit on April 1. The show, “Getting Weird,” featured alternative photographs by 10 AACC...

CAB talent show highlights students

CAB talent show highlights students
April 7, 2017

A high-school rock band won Campus Activities Board’s talent show held in the Dining Hall on April 5. The alternative rock band called “Otter Space“ consists of four members— A.J. Fraber on...

AACC community invited to worship

April 7, 2017

Coalition for Christian Outreach and the Baptist Campus Ministries hosted a worship night on April 3. The night was filled with praises, worship and scripture reading. Two bands performed covers...

SGA announces presidential nominees

April 4, 2017

The Student Government Association announced the presidential nominees for the 2017-2018 term on April 3. Emily Dreszer and Johnathan O’Dea both accepted their nominations for the position at the...

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