Campus Current

ESports Club raises $2,000 for charity

ESports club members raised money for sick children during a weekend-long virtual gaming event.

Daniel Salomon, Associate Editor

April 1, 2020

AACC’s ESports Club raised $2,076 for Johns Hopkins Children's Center during a 24-hour gaming event that took place from last Saturday through Sunday. The once-a-semester event, Extra Life, is a live-streamed gaming marathon that raises money for Children’s Miracle Network hospitals. According...

Lone candidate for SGA president remains

First-year environmental science student Ryan Kimis the sole candidate for the Student Government Association presidency.

Christian Richey, Editor-in-Chief

March 16, 2020

A first-year environmental science student is likely to be the next Student Government Association president. Ryan Kim, the SGA’s vice president of events and initiative, is the only student running for the position. Competitor Jacob Dear, a first-year intelligence analytics student, withdrew from the race on Friday. Traditionally, when a single candidate runs for SGA president, the col...

All in-person club activities and meetings on campus canceled through April

The Office of Student Engagement canceled all in-person club events and activities on campus through April 30, such as Extra Life, a 24-hour charity gaming event, hosted by the AACC Esports Club.

Jim Brady, Reporter

March 13, 2020

The Office of Student Engagement announced on Friday the cancelation of all in-person club events and activities, including budget hearings until April 30. Dean of Student Engagement Tiffany Boykin, also said in an email that the office suspended all purchase requests; canceled room reservations and...

Campus Current goes digital through end of semester

Campus Current staff sit and watch AACC's three vice presidents explain their coronavirus prevention plan, before deciding to suspend the publication of the print edition through the end of the semester.

Erica Short, Reporter

March 12, 2020

Campus Current, AACC’s student newspaper, will suspend the publication of its monthly print edition starting April 1 and instead will publish online only through the end of the semester. Student journalists will update the online edition of Campus Current—TheCampusCurrent.com—every day. The...

Art Association welcomes new members

Art Association Vice President Vinni Quagliato (right) and second-year transfer studies student Zev Berman work on projects

Christian Richey, Editor-in-Chief

March 10, 2020

Members of the Art Association said the club welcomes new members during a meeting Tuesday in Cade 312. Club president Madison Likens said the club meets once a week and has students of numerous art styles working on projects. “it's a very open community for anyone that's interested in art whether...

Faculty and staff celebrated at SGA event

Employees attend the Faculty and Staff Celebration.

Christian Richey, Editor-in-Chief

March 7, 2020

The Student Government Association honored AACC employees at the Faculty and Staff Celebration event in Cade 219 on Friday. According to Ryan Kim, the SGA’s Vice President of events and initiatives, the celebration was made to honor the work staff and faculty members do for students. “The teachers...

SGA presidential candidates announced

SGA President Mitchell Santos announces nominees for his current position.

Christian Richey, Editor-in-Chief

March 5, 2020

The Student Government Association announced nominees for its upcoming presidential election Monday. Current SGA President Mitchell Santos said first-year computer and environmental science student Ryan Kim and first-year intelligence analytics student Jacob Dear will run for his position. “The...

Amaranth hosts 2nd open mic of semester

Amaranth Editor-in-Chief Mitchell Santos performs a poem at the second coffee house open mic of the semester.

Mason Hood, Ad Manager

March 5, 2020

AACC’s award-winning literary magazine hosted its second open mic coffee house of this semester Wednesday night. The coffee house featured varied performances from reading stories and poetry, to music and dance. Editor-in-Chief Mitchell Santos said he enjoyed the open mic. “Little bit of a...

SGA approve new club and events

Mitchell Santos tells fellow SGA members about new events.

Timmy Fitzmaurice, Reporter

February 24, 2020

The Student Government Association approved the Games Club, the Involvement Fair and a faculty and staff celebration on Monday. SGA President Mitchell Santos, who approved the Games Club, said it had approximately twice as many students interested as needed. Santos, a second-year English and psychology...

AACC alum gives speech on forgiveness at weekly bible study

Students listen to a religious speaker talk about forgiveness at a weekly Experience Apostolic Campus Ministries club meeting.

Carlton Galligan, Reporter

February 19, 2020

An AACC alumnus gave a speech based on forgiveness and healing at the Experience Apostolic Campus Ministries group on Wednesday. Mike McGurk spoke to the club about a four-step process of forgiveness and why it’s important in people’s lives. “Forgiveness is not an event it is a process,”...

American Institute of Architecture Students holds first meeting of the semester

American Institute of Architecture Students president Armando Martinez introduces the club to new members.

Ally Haslbeck, Reporter

February 17, 2020

AACC’s chapter of the American Institute of Architecture Students welcomed new members to become organization leaders in an interest meeting on Monday. AIAS chapter president Armando Martinez said he will graduate in May and would like to see interest in filling his spot. “We are ... introducing...

Campus Activites Board hosts raffle

CAB social media chair Alex Sawyer hosts the SGA Paffle.

Joshua Kirk, Reporter

February 10, 2020

The Campus Activities Board gave away Netflix, Amazon and Hulu gift cards to students on Monday during a giveaway they called Paffle. During the gathering students ate popcorn and learned about the Campus Activities Board, which puts together social events like concerts, outdoor movies and comedy...

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