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Henry Robbins, left, and Kyle Sheppard talk and laugh in the quad after their summer class.

Students build lifelong friendships on campus

Andrea Bridgett, Sports Editor August 28, 2023

AACC students say they have made lifelong best friends on campus since restrictions from the COVID-19 pandemic relaxed and in-person events resumed.  Zack Buster, a third-year communications student,...

Dan Elson, left, and Frank Fitzgeralde Libom represent Campus Current on the quad.

Big news staff = more voices

Editorial Board August 28, 2023

Campus Current needs you to round out our staff. We believe the larger and more diverse our staff, the better our coverage of the community. We have seen that when we have a large staff, one including...

Jason Kalshoven, a second-year film studies student, left, practices an improv skit with Éva Parry, a second-year transfer studies student, for Overcast Troupers.

Students kick off new clubs

Payton Thompson, Senior Reporter August 28, 2023

An African Student Association and an improv club will start on campus this semester. These clubs will join the college’s approximately 30 existing student organizations. “I was able to join a lot...

AACC’s Dance Company, which has a new director starting this fall, rehearses for a 2022 performance.

Former pro starts as dance director in fall

Tomi Brunton, Editor-In-Chief August 28, 2023

A former professional ballet dancer will direct the AACC Dance Company starting this fall. Adjunct dance professor Margaret Russell replaced Adjetey Klufio as the dance coordinator and director. “I...

From left to right, SGA members Rabiyatou Bah, Abigail Billovits-Hayes and Conor Curran at the nature walk on Monday.

SGA hosts nature walk

Cole Popov, Reporter May 9, 2023

AACC’s Student Government Association held a nature walk on Monday to get students outside and to provide awareness of the trails around campus. The purpose of the event was to get students to use...

First-year film studies student Briggs Phillips, right, makes a stress ball at the Stress Less Festival on Wednesday.

Health and Wellness Center, SGA host stress-relief event

Sam Gauntt, Editor-in-Chief May 9, 2023

Students enjoyed free pizza and mocktails, received massages and relaxed with therapy dogs at an event on the Arnold campus on Wednesday.  The Stress Less Festival, organized by the Health and Wellness...

Zack Buster

Communications student to become next SGA president

Sierra Barnes, Reporter May 8, 2023

The former editor-in-chief of AACC’s student newspaper won the election for Student Government Association president on Monday.  Second-year communications student Zack Buster, 20, won by a narrow...

Two students are running to be the next Student Government Association vice president of campus activities.

Race for VP of campus activities contested

Sierra Barnes, Reporter May 4, 2023

Besides the race for the Student Government Association president, only one other campaign in this year’s election has more than one candidate. SGA is holding elections this week until Friday. Two...

Journalist-turned-actor Ron Canada came to AACC to speak to a crowd of students, faculty and community members about his career as an actor and what it means to be a performer.

Theater Dept. brings guest actor to speak

Tomi Brunton, Associate Editor May 2, 2023

A journalist-turned-professional actor told students on April 20 to “be open minded” about art. Ron Canada performed in theater productions of “Fences” and “Othello” and on television in “House...

Student Government Association presidential candidates Rabiyatou Bah, left, and Zack Buster at the debate on Monday.

SGA presidential candidates face off in debate

Sierra Barnes, Reporter May 1, 2023

The two candidates running for Student Government Association president said on Monday they will improve communication between the SGA and student clubs. First-year engineering student Rabiyatou Bah,...

AACC’s journal for the arts, Amaranth, features student works from creative writing to photography. Shown, last year’s 47th edition.

Literary journal puts out 48th annual issue

Jordan Crymes and Payton Thompson May 1, 2023

The 48th edition of AACC’s student literary journal will come out on May 18. Students can pick up a copy of Amaranth, the journal of literature and arts, on Campus Current newsracks in the Humanities...

Two candidates are running to become president of the Student Government Association. They are Zack Buster, left, and Rabiyatou Bah. Online elections are May 1-5 on the Nest.

2 students run for SGA president

Sierra Barnes, Reporter May 1, 2023

Two AACC students are running for president of the Student Government Association. The candidates are first-year engineering student Rabiyatou Bah, 19, and second-year communications student Zack Buster,...

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