Campus Current

Amaranth hosts Coffeehouse

Amaranth hosts Coffeehouse

Elizabeth Spearman, Campus Life Editor

March 9, 2017


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Amaranth's monthly Coffeehouse performance took place Wednesday night. Student performers recited poetry, sang, played the piano and played the ukulele. “I promised someone that I would play the ukulele for the next Coffeehouse, so I bought this yesterday and learned how to play it today,”...

Student club promotes nutrition

Tre Mooring, Reporter

March 2, 2017


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AACC's Health and Wellness club hosted Eating Healthy on a Budget in the SUN dining hall to promote nutrition on campus. The guest speaker Emily Craft, an in-store nutritionist with Giant Food of Severna Park, talked to the crowd in the dining hall about ways they can eat healthy on a budget. Craft...

Observatory to get better tech

Observatory to get better tech

Brad Dress, Associate Editor

February 28, 2017


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The Astronomy Club plans to upgrade AACC’s Observatory with better technology as soon as possible. Jessica Harryman, a second-year stronomy major and the president of the Astronomy Club, said she plans to work on projects like Hyperstar. In the project, Harryman plans to upgrade the observatory...

Gaming club to give to charity

Gaming club to give to charity

Roxanne Ready, Reporter

February 28, 2017


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Cheers and laughter explode around a projector screen at the front of the room as a player’s character is tossed out of the gaming arena, concluding a heated “Super Smash Bros. 4” battle. Meanwhile, half a dozen students enjoy a casual game of “Cards Against Humanity” nearby. A third group...

Amaranth hosts Coffeehouse

Amaranth hosts Coffeehouse

Shawn Smith, Reporter

February 16, 2017


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Amaranth literary magazine began open Coffeehouses on Feb. 15, where students performed acts of singing, comedy and poetry. One student performed a rendition of a "Shia LaBeouf" song, and another student military veteran did a comedy act. Marisa Bram, a participant who recited short stories and...

Theater Club hosts improv fundraiser

Theater Club hosts improv fundraiser

Elizabeth Spearman, Campus Life Editor

February 13, 2017


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AACC’s Theater Club raised $250 for the upcoming "Addams Family" production by hosting an improv show on Feb. 10. Approximately 50 people attended the Improv Troupe: Mullet Proof. Mullet Proof played nine games during the performance, from a word game--the audience controlled how many words...

Bonsai club hosts guest speaker

Bonsai club hosts guest speaker

Cole Reiter, Reporter

February 6, 2017


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A guest speaker spoke of looking to the future when caring for a tree to the Bonsai club on Jan. 3. Kevin Kohler, the founder of AACC's Bonsai Club, introduced Martha Meehan, a bonsai artist, to the club. Meehan transformed different specimens of bonsai trees into her own work she considers her...

Rock ‘n’ roll set for History Club

Rock ‘n’ roll set for History Club

Tony Petro, Reporter

January 31, 2017


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The History Club at AACC is switching its focus from baseball to rock ‘n’ roll for the spring semester. The club changes its theme each semester. In spring 2016, club members focused on Shakespeare, while in the fall, they spent time discussing baseball. This semester, the students and faculty...

Campus Current has a new editor-in-chief

Campus Current has a new editor-in-chief

Brad Dress, Reporter

December 8, 2016


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Campus Current team will get a new editor-in-chief for the spring 2017 semester. Cody Colston, the current editor-in-chief, will step down on Dec. 16, and Jesse Johnson, the present associate editor, will step up to take his place. Colston decided to step down because of pressing needs to focus on work, grades, and t...

Student organizations are doing big things

Student organizations are doing big things

Tony Petro, Club News Editor

December 8, 2016


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AACC’s Advisory Council chose a new district senator Monday during their monthly meeting. Student Government Association Treasurer Adam Hertz nominated Garrett McGirt to be a new district senator for the SGA and Advisory Council. McGirt said he wasn’t surprised by the nomination because he had previ...

Holiday Ceramics Sale takes place at AACC

Holiday Ceramics Sale takes place at AACC

Cody Colston, Editor-In-Chief

December 2, 2016


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The AACC Ceramics-Keramos Society held a holiday fundraiser of faculty and student made ceramics on Monday. The Holiday Ceramics Sale is a yearly fundraiser the Ceramics-Keramos Society holds to raise funds to bring in artists to speak and put on demonstrations, take trips and go to craft fairs. ...

AACC’s SODA club hosts talent show

AACC’s SODA club hosts talent show

Tony Petro, Club News Editor

December 1, 2016


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An AACC psychology professor’s service dog stole the show during the talent show Wednesday hosted by the Students Out to Destroy Assumptions club. Milo, Professor Denise Portis’s service dog, showcased his abilities for the audience. Portis dropped groceries and her cane and other objects, all o...

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