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Student entrepreneurs display businesses at HawkTrade show

Marie Gomba, a second-year general studies student, examines her display at the HawkTrade show

Jacob Dear, Reporter

November 22, 2019

Students showcased their businesses at the HawkTrade show on Thursday in the SUN Dining Hall. The event hosted by the Entrepreneurial Studies Institute featured students from business classes selling their products to attendees, according to ESI professor Stephanie Goldenberg. “They want to launch...

AACC students compete for prizes at Bingo Night

The winners of

Adrianna Gonzalez, Reporter

November 21, 2019

AACC students had the chance to win various prizes at a Bingo Palooza on Wednesday.   Third-year linguistics and film student Mari Cruz won a seventh-generation iPad.   “Oh my gosh, I’m so hype,” Cruz said.   Cruz said, as part of the Campus Activities Board, she helped with the event pl...

AACC students teach visiting children on Science Night

AACC students teach visiting children on Science Night

Adrianna Gonzalez, Reporter

November 19, 2019

AACC hosted its annual science night in November to spark the community’s interest in STEM.                       The event is geared mainly toward children, who are able to participate in experiments. The...

SGA connect clubs with students at ClubsGiving week

Clubs present themselves to students during the first day of ClubsGiving.

Christian Richey, Associate Editor

November 18, 2019

The Student Government Association invited students to join clubs on the first day of ClubsGiving this Monday. SGA President Mitchell Santos said ClubsGiving is a Thanksgiving-themed fundraiser running from Nov. 18 to 22 during which numerous clubs promote themselves while the Student Government Association...

On Your Feet improv show entertains AACC students and faculty

Lauryn Damron (left) and  professor Sean Urbantke help put together the performance.

Adrianna Gonzalez, Reporter

November 15, 2019

The Theatre at AACC club entertained students and faculty during On Your Feet, an improv show, Thursday at Kauffman Theater. Attendees watched as the Mulletproof Improv troupe executed spontaneous performances, influenced by suggestions given by the audience. Wyatt Unger, the director of the show,...

Culinary students raise money for charity during Empty Bowls Fundraiser

Culinary students serve soup to attendees at the Empty Bowls fundraiser

Christian Richey, Associate Editor

November 7, 2019

An AACC culinary instructor taught his students to be charitable as they prepared food at the Empty Bowls Fundraiser Thursday. HCAT instruction specialist Randy Stahl said Empty Bowls is a national fundraiser looking to raise money for those in need. “It’s a national project that raises awareness...

Novelist gives advice to AACC students following reading

Jessica Anya Blau takes questions from attendees at her reading

Jacob Dear, Reporter

November 7, 2019

A novelist came to AACC Thursday to read from her recent books and give advice to students. Jessica Anya Blau said AACC students were smart, attentive, and she appreciated the questions they asked after the reading. She said she hoped students would “enjoy the experience of having someone read...

Students perform at AACC open mic

Mike Pierorazio, a second-year creative writing student, performed poetry at an open mic hosted by Amaranth, the AACC literary magazine, on Nov. 6.

Adrianna Gonzalez, Reporter

November 6, 2019

Nine people performed music and poetry at an open mic on Wednesday at AACC. Mitchell Santos, editor-in-chief of Amaranth, the AACC literary magazine, talked about the open mic.  “It’s really nice to see students and just how creative they can get with what they are working on,” Santos said. “It’s a...

Art students pick stability

Psychology student Madison Likens is among many artists pursuing degrees in subjects other than art that they believe will land them more stable jobs.

Samantha Agnor, Reporter

November 1, 2019

Some AACC students who are passionate about the fine arts said they are majoring in subjects that will offer more financially stable careers. The students said they have chosen to study subjects like psychology and architecture so they can qualify for well-paying jobs but still use art in their daily...

Students tackle time management issues

Students tackle time management issues

Christina Browning, Photographer

November 1, 2019

My greatest struggle is time management. Procrastination is where I live most of the time, whether intentional or not. It just seems that no matter what, I’m always doing things at the last minute. Because I’m raising my kids, going to school and working part time, I spend many nights completing assignments...

Students see tattoos as art

Tattoos are a means of expression for students like Aberina Scrivner, a first-year sports medicine student.

Bethany Probst, Reporter

November 1, 2019

Most people who look at the pine tree tattooed onto the left side of Cali Corona’s rib cage see a simple, black tree. Corona, a second-year finance student, says she sees a symbol of strength and beauty. The year-old tattoo reminds her to “stay strong and grow from what has happened in the past,”...

Culinary students sell cookies and drinks

The AACC Culinary Club sells pumpkin spice cookies and spiced caramel leche to students.

Amber Nathan, Editor-in-Chief

October 31, 2019

The AACC Culinary Club sold cookies and drinks in the SUN Dining Hall on Thursday.  They sold pumpkin spice cookies and spiced caramel leche. The proceeds went toward supporting the Culinary Club.  “We just like to bake stuff and show the community what we are actually about,” treasurer of the Cu...

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