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Campus Current

The award-winning newspaper of Anne Arundel Community College.

Campus Current

The award-winning newspaper of Anne Arundel Community College.

Campus Current

Second-year business administration student 
Aidan Gamache is one of two students on campus trying to start a fitness club.

Students try to start fitness organization

Izzy Chase, Associate Editor April 5, 2024

Two AACC students said they hope to start an on-campus club with the goal of promoting fitness. Aidan Gamache, a second-year business administration student, and John Lorenzana, a second-year mechatronics...

Deborah Hammond, a public health and kinesiology professor, is the faculty adviser of the Riverhawks for Public Health student club.

Public health is goal of new student group

Tomi Brunton, Editor-in-Chief April 5, 2024

A group of students started a club last semester to promote public health and wellness. Riverhawks for Public Health faculty adviser Deborah Hammond said the club guides student members to “learn about...

The Filipino Student Association may reboot this semester, as a new Communications Club gets off the ground.

2 student organizations seek members to sign up

Tomi Brunton, Editor-in-Chief April 5, 2024

Students and faculty are trying to start a Filipino culture club and a communications club on campus. Second-year kinesiology student Nathan Villanueva started the Filipino Student Association last semester,...

The new Game Development Club created an original video game in February in less than a week.

Campus Club creates original video game

Divine Mesumbe, Daily Editor April 4, 2024

Three AACC students developed an escape room video game in less than a week in February to promote their campus club. The AACC Game Development Club displayed the two-dimensional point-and-click escape...

Art professor Chris Mona, right, shows a printmaking piece. Second-year undecided student Sheryl Southwick looks on.

Fine art printmaking club gains popularity

Divine Mesumbe, Daily Editor March 26, 2024

A student club dedicated to printmaking is getting back up to speed after shutting down during the pandemic. Approximately 40 students attend weekly Printmaking Club meetings in the Cade Building to plan...

First-year psychology student Matt Bocho takes over as Student Government Association vice president of finance.

SGA gets new VP after 2nd officer resigns

Mischa Green, Club Editor February 23, 2024

A first-year psychology student became the Student Government Association’s new vice president of finance in February, replacing an executive board member who resigned in January. Matt Bacho replaced...

Over a dozen club leaders met with the Office of Student Engagement and the Student Government Association to discuss the semester at a forum on Friday.

Club leaders meet, discuss at General Forum

Tomi Brunton, Editor-in-Chief December 8, 2023

Over a dozen clubs joined the Student Government Association and the Office of Student Engagement to discuss updated policies at a forum on Friday. OSE leadership and involvement specialist Lea Brisbane...

Super Science Club members traveled to the National Zoo to say goodbye to the pandas before they left.

Super Sci. Club visits zoo to see pandas off

Mischa Green, Reporter December 7, 2023

A group of students visited the National Zoo in Washington on Nov. 4 to say goodbye to the giant pandas before they returned to China a few days later. Six students, mostly members of AACC’s Super Science...

Second-year film studies student Daira Rodriguez is starting a student book club on campus.

Banned books focus of new campus group

Dulcie Metro, Reporter December 7, 2023

An AACC student is starting a club to discuss banned books. Second-year film studies student Daira Rodriguez was inspired to start the Burned Book Society after learning about Banned Books Week in her...

Former AACC communications student Michael Garvey takes the Polar Bear Plunge with some AACC public safety officers in 2018. A new campus club is gathering current students to do it in February.

Students to take on Polar Plunge in Feb.

Tomi Brunton, Editor-in-Chief December 7, 2023

Members of a new AACC student club will take the Polar Bear Plunge together for charity in February. The club will not request funding from the Office of Student Engagement to pay the required $50-per-plunger...

First-year dental hygienist student Keegan Jarrell says the worst holiday gift he ever got was a stocking with nothing but a can of Spam in it.

Homemade presents are most meaningful

The best gifts second-year creative writing student Lui Rogers ever gave to his family members were hand-carved figurines that he made with his grandfather. “It wasn’t something that I spent money...

Shoppers are at greater risk of credit card fraud and identity theft during the holidays. 
Adobe Stock photo

Risk for cyberthreats increases at holidays

Divine Mesumbe, Reporter December 7, 2023

AACC students are at a higher risk of cyberattacks during the holiday season, according to a college cybersecurity expert. During the holidays, students and others are more susceptible to credit card...

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