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Santa Claus is coming

Santa Claus is coming

Grace Koehne, Reporter

November 30, 2016


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AACC students and faculty have been preparing for the holidays since the end of October. Throughout November, the college hosted events leading to the Thanksgiving holiday. These events included a food drive to help struggling families, hosted by the Professional and Support Staff Organization Community...

Pot professor offers expertise

Pot professor offers expertise

Malik Harris, Reporter

November 30, 2016


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An AACC professor last month said entrepreneurs should “think beyond the recreational use of cannabis” because it has become part of “a multimillion-dollar cash business.” Shad Ewart, an assistant professor of business management, told student members of the AACC Entrepreneur’s Club that...

Campus clubs benefit students who engage

Campus clubs benefit students who engage

Tony Petro, Club News Editor

November 30, 2016


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AACC students juggle full schedules with work and school, and some choose to add to their busy days by participating in clubs. They say they end up benefitting from the extracurricular activities. “Most students, because this is a community college, don’t get involved with the school too much,...

Young Americans for Liberty join AACC

Young Americans for Liberty join AACC

Tony Petro, Club News Editor

November 23, 2016


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The Student Government Association at AACC amended and approved the constitution for a new student organization, Young Americans for Liberty, during their weekly meeting Monday. YAL promotes freedom of choice and taking responsibility for your choices. The group also wants to “promote libertarian philoso...

Students enjoy CAB dodgeball tournament

James Whitley, Reporter

November 17, 2016


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Campus Activities Board held a dodgeball game in the gymnasium on Nov. 9. It was supposed to be a tournament, but with only three teams in total signing up, they could only play against each other. The tournament later turned into a game of kickball so that everyone from the teams could play ...

Campus Activity Board hosts grocery bingo

Tony Petro, Club News Editor

November 16, 2016


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Nine students walked away with free food Monday after winning the Campus Activity Board’s Grocery Bingo event. CAB hosts grocery bingo once a month in the dining hall in the Student Union building. “It’s just to relieve some stress and give students the opportunity for free food,” CAB President...

AACC SGA puts mental health of students first

Anthony Petro, Club News Editor

November 15, 2016


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A student who attended the Student Government Association meeting Monday proposed an idea for a peaceful gathering for all students to lift everyone’s spirits after the election results. Edgar Solomon attended the AACC SGA meeting Monday as a guest, brought forth an idea to decorate the Martin Luther K...

AACC History Club tours Oriole Park at Camden Yards

AACC History Club tours Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Tony Petro, Club News Editor

November 8, 2016


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Members of the History Club at AACC along with other faculty and students drove to Baltimore Saturday morning and toured Oriole Park at Camden Yards.                OPAYC was built in 1992 and is considered the first modern old-style Ball Park according to the tour guide and Oriole’s team hist...

Advisory Council approves constitutions, elects senator

Advisory Council approves constitutions, elects senator

Tony Petro, Club News Editor

November 8, 2016


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The Advisory Council at AACC approved constitutions for three new clubs, and an amendment for the Campus Activity Board’s constitution. The presidents for the new clubs; Doctors Nurses & Beyond, Renaissance Club for Enlightenment & Personal Growth and One Love, presented their constitutions...

Gregory Coleman speaks at AACC

Gabriella Flores

November 7, 2016


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Former Shark Tank competitor and Nexercise, Inc. co-founder and COO Gregory Coleman spoke about important lessons to entrepreneurs and business start-ups during an event held by the Entrepreneurs Club on Nov. 1. Starting up a business is daunting, but in order to be successful, Gregory Coleman explained...

Chemistry club puts on a mystery theater

Trevor Gardner, Reporter

November 7, 2016


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AACC's Chemistry Club hosted a mystery theater on Oct. 28. The theater featured the film “The Poisoner’s Handbook.” The film portrays different plots explaining how different types of poisons have affected America in the early 20th century. Plot lines in the film included a couple, Mr. And Mr...

Workfare transcends Welfare in Econ debate

Workfare transcends Welfare in Econ debate

Tony Petro, Club News Editor

November 3, 2016


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Two teams faced off Tuesday, debating whether Welfare recipients should be actively seeking work or not as a requirement for benefits, and the team arguing for recipients working took home the victory by a final audience vote of 17-6. AACC’s Economics Club hosted this heated debate in the Careers buildin...

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