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At 17, AACC student has gig as preacher

17-year-old Mason Owens is a senior in high school who takes a class at AACC and is also a preacher.
March 31, 2017

Wearing a white button-up shirt, jeans and grey Polo shoes, 14-year-old Mason Owens takes his chair at the front of the church, shaking. He’s nervous, terrified. He has butterflies in his stomach. He...

HCAT professor offers advice to budget food

HCAT professor Ken Jarvis says the best way to balance a food budget is to cook at home.
March 31, 2017

A Hotel Culinary Arts and Tourism Institute professor said students should cook at home to balance a food budget best. Ken Jarvis has been with the Hotel Culinary Arts and Tourism Institute for 26...

Program helps high schoolers

AACC engineering students build a training device to help high school students entering the manufacturing field.
March 31, 2017

AACC engineering stu- dents are building a low-cost training device to help high schoolers enter the modern manufacturing field. The prototype “trainer” will help high schools and colleges teach...

College transfer advisers visit AACC

College transfer advisers visit AACC
March 29, 2017

AACC hosted its annual Transfer Advising Day on Monday. Students had the opportunity to talk to representatives from 40 different colleges about their various transfer programs. “I think this...

Campus Current asks AACC for its best pickup-line

Campus Current asks AACC for its best pickup-line
March 28, 2017

When questioned about his best pickup-line, film major Tyler Jennings responded “I don’t need a pickup-line. All I need is a look.” “How much does a polar bear weigh?” asked photography...

AACC hosts college representatives

Campus Current staff awaits new recruits at this month's college fair
March 20, 2017

AACC and Anne Arundel County Public Schools hosted its annual college fair on March 9. Over 140 college representatives came out to talk about their different programs and what their school has to...

AACC hosts Empty Bowls event

Photo by Nyia Curtis
March 10, 2017

AACC's student food pantry benefited from the Empty Bowls event Thursday afternoon. Those attending the event had a choice of three soups. Soup options were a roasted carrot, sweet potato, and red...

Drag-a-Palooza raises major funds

198 students attended this semester's Drag-A-Palooza.
March 8, 2017

AACC’s Gay Straight Alliance hosted its second annual Drag-a-Palooza on Feb. 5, raising an estimated $1,000 for Royal Court Charities that benefit The Trevor Project. The Trevor Project is an organization...

Students asked to review redesigned website

AACC's Public Relations and Marketing department are asking students to review and test the redesigned AACC website.
March 7, 2017

AACC’s Public Relations and Marketing department is recruiting students to test and review the newly designed website. Students are required to test the website for only 15 minutes, and are asked...

Board of Trustees approves promotions

Associate Professor Darian Senn-Carter
March 7, 2017

AACC’s Board of Trustees approved the promotion of 14 faculty members to the rank of associate professor last week. In addition, the board promoted five faculty members to full professor and one to...

Entrepreneurial Studies hosts networking event

Entrepreneurial Studies hosts networking event
March 6, 2017

The Entrepreneurial Studies Institute hosted a free direct selling information and networking event. Professor Carlene Cassidy started off the evening event with an introduction to the Entrepreneurial...

AACC students enjoy leisure time

AACC students enjoy leisure time
March 3, 2017

When students have free time on campus, there is much to do at AACC. From getting together with classmates in a study room to indulging in a cup of coffee, AACC students maximize their time.

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