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SGA members approve Game Dev Club for conference

SGA members approve Game Dev Club for conference

Sarah Noble, Daily Editor

February 25, 2019

The Game Development Club was approved to travel to a convention this March at today’s Student Government Association meeting. According to Executive Vice President Jesseca Greene, the trip will cost approximately $3,500. The club is traveling to GDC, or Game Development Convention, in San Fransisc...

History Club focuses on the 60’s

History Club focuses on the 60’s

Tyreesha Bolton, Reporter

February 19, 2019

AACC History Club viewed a historical documentary on the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy this afternoon. “The Kennedy assassination was the moment when the 60’s began and a lot of the issues we see today kind of stem from the assassination.” said Richard Hardesty, co-adviser...

Amaranth hosts first open mic coffee house of the spring

Amaranth hosts first open mic coffee house of the spring

Jesseca Greene, Reporter

February 13, 2019

AACC’s award winning literary magazine hosted their first themed coffee house of this semester. Amaranth’s editor-in-chief, Mike Pieroazlio, said tonight’s theme of love and breakup was a chance to reflect on Valentine’s Day. The audience was filled with usual Amaranth attendees. Ren...

Campus Activities Bd. to host karaoke events

Campus Activities Bd. to host karaoke events

Daniel Salomon, Co-Editor

January 23, 2019

The Campus Activities Board will host a monthly karaoke event in the SUN Dining Hall starting March 4. CAB is a club that hosts events on campus for students. “We’re just looking for something different than our normal club cafes … where we would bring someone in to play music,” Neena Robertson,...

E-Club plans Valentine event about self-care

E-Club plans Valentine event about self-care

Kenzie Airey, Co-Editor

January 23, 2019

The Entrepreneurship Club, or E-Club, has started planning a self care-centered Valentine event for the upcoming holiday. E-Club members said they plan to get students involved with health and wellness during the event to show the importance of practicing self-care and taking time for yourself, especially...

Campus Current staff members offer tips to survive the last days of finals week

Campus Current staff members offer tips to survive the last days of finals week

Sarah Noble, Multimedia

December 12, 2018

Want to survive the last few days of final exams? Follow these steps that Campus Current staff members swear by. While studying: Some exams cover material you learned at the beginning of the semester. If you don’t know where to start, break your review time into small steps. Ideally, everyone wants ...

Active Minds hosts Fidos for Finals

Active Minds hosts Fidos for Finals

Alex Fregger, Technology Editor

December 12, 2018

A student club invited a service dog charity to help students de-stress during finals week. The Active Minds club invited Fidos for Freedom to bring their service dogs on campus as a way for students to relax and have a distraction during finals. Fidos for Freedom is a non-profit organization that...

Looking at phones may cause neck injury, pain

Looking at phones may cause neck injury, pain

Arianna Beers, Reporter

December 4, 2018

Neck pain caused by looking down at cellphones poses a problem for students, according to a chiropractor who spoke on campus in November. Dr. Cameron Hatam, who spoke to members of the student Health and Wellness Club on campus, described “text neck” as the unnatural curve of the spine, caused...

Campus Current sends cards, papers to troops

Campus Current sends cards, papers to troops

Ashley Sokolowski, Associate Editor

December 4, 2018

Campus Current staff members made holiday cards and care packages before Thanksgiving to send to a military unit in Afghanistan for the holidays. Eleven student journalists on the newspaper team spent four hours creating  the cards, which they sent to the unit along with copies of Campus Current. “A...

AACC club sells pottery to increase club funds

AACC club sells pottery  to increase club funds

Sanyee Barjogar Jr., Sports Co-Editor

December 4, 2018

AACC sculpting students raised money in November by selling their pieces at a ceramics holiday sale on campus. The ceramics sale, hosted by the Ceramics-Keramos Society, a student club, uses the money it raises from the annual sale to pay visiting artists to make presentations to students in the ceramics...

AACC adds director of events, organizations

AACC adds director of events, organizations

Sarah Noble, Multimedia Editor

December 4, 2018

The coordinator for AACC’s Black Male Initiative will become the new director of student engagement on Dec. 3. Leon Thomas will take over the position that Christine Stork held for 34 years until she retired in June. Thomas will direct the Office of Student Engagement, which oversees student club...

Literary magazine wins awards for latest issue

Literary magazine wins awards for latest issue

Bethany Probst, Photography Co-Editor

December 4, 2018

AACC’s student literary magazine won two awards in October for last semester’s issue. Amaranth is an annual journal that includes fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, drama, visual arts and photography by students and alumni of the college. The latest journal ranked third for the Pinnacle...

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