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Professor Susan cohen, the director of AACCs creative writing program, will retire at the end of this semester. Shown, Cohen with journalist and author Robert Caro.

Creative writing director reflects on time at AACC

Olivia Sheridan, Reporter November 17, 2022

Editors and alumni of AACC’s student literary magazine held a surprise retirement party to celebrate the retirement of a longtime creative writing professor at an Oct. 16 coffeehouse. This year’s...

Super Science Club group photo

Student club officers speak out on budgets

Zack Buster and Sam Gauntt November 2, 2022

AACC club leaders said the process for receiving college-allocated funds for their student organizations this semester was complicated and delayed events. Marisa Evangelista, one of the presidents of...

Students, faculty perform at Hispanic Heritage poetry slam

Students, faculty perform at Hispanic Heritage poetry slam

Thomas Ayers, Reporter October 17, 2022

Half a dozen Latinx students on Oct. 11 read poems–some in Spanish and some in English– about their experiences with everything from chronic illness to raising children to personal development. The...

The student Genders and Sexualities Alliance is hosting eight events next week for Coming Out Week.

LQBTQ students, faculty celebrate Coming Out Week

Ellianna Shields, Reporter October 10, 2022

A student club will host in-person events for Coming Out Week Oct. 10-14 for the first time since 2019.  The Genders and Sexualities Alliance, formerly the Gay-Straight Alliance, will sponsor eight...

Students make pinatas from paper-mache at a Hispanic Heritage Month event.

Students make pinatas, learn Hispanic history

Zoe Hammond, Reporter October 4, 2022

Students learned about the history and process of making a pinata on Wednesday as part of Hispanic Heritage Month.  English language learning technician Ana Derr, who oganized the event, said she designed...

A kickoff meeting on Thursday prepared student entrepreneurs for a November business pitch contest that will award cash prizes.

Students learn to pitch in kickoff event

Ellianna Shields, Reporter September 22, 2022

Would-be student entrepreneurs on Thursday learned how to compete in a November competition that could earn them prizes of up to $1,000. The kickoff meeting was a prelude to November’s Big Idea Competition,...

Sculpture student Sergio Alvarez, a retired surgeon, stands outside the Health and Life Sciences building with five statues he created for the new butterfly garden.

Clubs come together to plant butterfly garden

Jenna Lagoey, Senior Reporter September 19, 2022

Students from multiple clubs and the Biology Department planted a garden on campus last spring designed to attract Monarch butterflies. The garden, outside the Health and Life Sciences Building, is...

Active Minds Club members

Many clubs to start semester with no funding

Jenna Lagoey, Senior Reporter August 29, 2022

Student clubs will begin the school year without funding for events and trips, unlike in prior years when the Student Government Association approved their budgets in the spring. Office of Student Engagement...

Zack Buster

New editor takes top job this fall semester

Holden Smith, Reporter August 29, 2022

A second-year communications student became the editor-in-chief of the campus newspaper in August. Zack Buster, who served as associate editor last year, said he wants to improve the online edition of...

The Amaranth Journal for the Arts publishes creative writing and art pieces created by AACC students.

Student literary journal releases 47th edition

Zack Buster, Associate Editor May 5, 2022

The editors of AACC’s student literary journal published the 47th annual edition of Amaranth on May 4. Faculty adviser Simon Ward said seeing the culmination of a semester’s worth of work is a unique...

Second-year marketing and psychology student Abigail Billovits-Hayes is SGAs president-elect. Billovits-Hayes will take office on June 1.

2nd-year student wins SGA election with unanimous vote

Zack Buster, Associate Editor May 3, 2022

A second-year marketing and psychology student will become the Student Government Association president on June 1. In an election that drew just nine voters, Abigail Billovits-Hayes and four vice presidents,...

Ballot box with word vote on side

Student Government Association to hold elections next week

Zack Buster, Associate Editor April 21, 2022

The student body will elect one president and four vice presidents in this year's Student Government Association election. Voting will be available through The Nest website from April 25-29. SGA...

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