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Members of the student Drone Club say they hope to return to campus soon so they can fly their drones.

Student Drone Club back in business

Dominic Salacki, Reporter April 5, 2021

The Drone Club brought the temporarily defunct student organization back to life last week. In the meeting, which club members dubbed the “Drone Club Reboot,” faculty adviser Tim Tumelty, known...

Bullying--especially cyberbullying--doesn't end when students move from high school into college, an AACC counselor says.

Counselor: Fight back against bullies

Dominic Salacki, Reporter April 2, 2021

Students who experience bullying from classmates or professors can report it to the campus Office of Community Standards, an AACC counselor said during a virtual speech on Wednesday. But most victims...

Sex experts Marshall Miller and Lindsay Fram, educators from the organization I Love Female Orgasm, shared tips and tricks for better sex with students in February.

Sex educators share advice

Audrey Wais, Editor-in-Chief March 10, 2021

Women who have trouble reaching orgasm during a sexual encounter could try wearing socks.  Or downloading an app that will show your partner what you want.  Or texting your partner a list of do’s and...

AACC's student Drone Club will meet in April for the first time in a year.

Inactive Drone Club set to ‘reboot’ 

Dominic Salacki, Reporter March 4, 2021

The AACC Drone Club will meet for the first time in a year on April 1, and its faculty adviser said he hopes to revise the inactive student organization.    Former faculty adviser Shad Ewart, the...

Service animal experts encourage students to volunteer to raise service animals for veterans. Shown, former journalism student Michael Garvey, a veteran, and his service dog Liberty, on campus in 2017.

Service animal expert informs students on the benefits of veteran service dogs

Ryan Oberteuffer, Reporter February 22, 2021

Talk therapy and companion dogs could help veterans as an alternative to medicine, an expert on service animals told a group of about 60 students last week. Sarah DelCore, veteran and military service...

Student Government Association members created a Nest Guidebook for clubs and organizations.

SGA creates guidebook for The Nest 

Dominic Salacki, Advertising Manager February 18, 2021

The Student Government Association has published step-by-step instructions to help members of student organizations navigate The Nest, a website dedicated to clubs.  According to SGA President...

Amber Nathan, left, and Christian Richey, right, were editors-in-chief of the student newspaper during the 2019-2020 school year. Also shown, Christina Browning, the paper's former multimedia editor.

Campus Current is finalist for top student media prize

Summer Cox, Associate Editor February 11, 2021

The Campus Current made a short list of finalists for the Associated Collegiate Press’s prestigious Pacemaker award.  The award, in the community college category, is for issues of the student...

Active Minds, a student club, meets off campus last semester for a trip to Kinder Farm Park in Millersville.

Student clubs plan to meet online, hold virtual events

Audrey Wais, Editor-in-Chief February 2, 2021

The officers of student clubs said in January they are planning virtual meetings and events and are making the best of another semester online.   Student Government Association President Ryan Kim...

Audrey Wais

Business student becomes Campus Current editor-in-chief

Summer Cox, Associate Editor January 18, 2021

AACC’s student newspaper has a new editor-in-chief this semester. Second-year business administration student Audrey Wais said she intends to “home in on the virtual presence” of Campus Current,...

Students made videos for their favorite professors as part of the Student Government Association-sponsored Faculty Appreciation Project.

Students make videos for faculty appreciation project 

Summer Cox, Digital Media Editor December 18, 2020

Students made videos for their favorite professors in December to express their gratitude for their hard work. The videos were part of a Student Government Association-sponsored Faculty Appreciation...

Lynda Fitzgerald, director of AACC’s Dance Company, says male dancers earn more because there are fewer of them, so they are harder to recruit.
Featured dancers: Andre Hinds, Leo Williams, and Samuel Boquist.

Dance Company director modifies course to focus on pay gap

Audrey Wais, Advertising Manager December 14, 2020

The director of AACC’s Dance Company has modified a dance production course to focus, in part, on the gap in pay between male and female dancers.   Lynda Fitzgerald said male dancers earn more because...

SGA President Ryan Kim says he is excited to work with the new student senators.

SGA adds 9 new student senators

Johannes Haasbroek, Editor-in-Chief December 9, 2020

The Student Government Association added nine student senators in October. SGA president Ryan Kim noted the senators applied for the position. In previous semesters, senators have been nominated by...

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