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During a Constitution Day presentation, law professors explained the U.S. Supreme Court decision to put a stop to the use of affirmative action in universities admissions proceses

Law profs explain Supreme Court’s affirmative action decision

Connor Graham, Reporter September 19, 2023

AACC legal studies professors explained the U.S. Supreme Court’s controversial affirmative action ruling to students in a presentation on Tuesday. Affirmative action is the idea that colleges can...

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...

Kellie McCants-Price is the colleges chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer.

AACC hires new chief diversity officer

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

A psychology professor on May 1 became the next chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer for the college.  Kellie McCants-Price, who has served as the interim DEI officer since August, 2021, accepted...

Lexi Grieder

Struggling? Talk to your prof

Lexi Grieder, Events Manager May 2, 2023

If you have ADHD like I do, I know how hard school is for you. You avoid your teachers and lie about having assignments done because you don’t want to be lectured on stuff you already know you should...

Super Science Club treasurer Bryant Pepe, a third-year physics student, won club member of the year on Thursday.

Genders and Sexualities Alliance wins Club of the Year award

Megan Cunningham, Photo Editor May 1, 2023

The Genders and Sexualities Alliance won the award for Outstanding Student Club or Organization of the Year at the 2023 Impact and Excellence Awards on Thursday.  GSA President Grace Bourne, a third-year...

A student writes a supportive message for sexual assault victims on Wednesday.

Students write supportive messages at awareness event

Éva Parry, Reporter April 24, 2023

Students wrote supportive messages for sexual assault victims on a banner at an event hosted by the Health and Wellness Center on Wednesday.  The event was part of a series of three events for Sexual...

Students and community members speak at the Breaking the Silence event on Monday.

Community members speak on supporting trans students

Aidan Gunn, Reporter April 18, 2023

Student and faculty members of the LGBTQ+ community at AACC told a campus audience on Tuesday about their personal experiences during an event called “Breaking the Silence.” Anne Arundel County...

Students wrote down examples of how to ask for consent at an event on April 5.

Students practice asking for consent at Health and Wellness Center event

Éva Parry, Reporter April 18, 2023

Students wrote down examples of how to properly ask for consent at an event hosted by the Health and Wellness Center on April 5.  At The Tea on Consent event, students also watched a video on consent...

Librarian Sophie Reverdy, left, teaches students and staff to edit Wikipedia articles at an event on Wednesday.

Students, faculty learn to edit Wikipedia articles

Aidan Gunn, Reporter March 30, 2023

Students and faculty learned how to edit Wikipedia pages at a Women’s History Month event in the Truxal Library on Wednesday.  At the Wikipedia Edit-athon, librarian Sophie Reverdy taught students...

Michelle Thaller, right, speaks to a crowd of students and faculty on Tuesday about the history of women in astrophysics and science.

NASA assistant director speaks on women in astrophysics

Payton Thompson, Reporter March 29, 2023

An assistant director at NASA spoke to students and faculty on Tuesday about the history of women in astrophysics.   Michelle Thaller, an astrophysicist and assistant director of science communications...

Communications professor and event organizer April Copes speaks at Soapbox Sisters on Tuesday.

Students perform poems, speeches at Soapbox Sisters

Andrea Bridgett, Reporter March 29, 2023

Students and faculty performed poems and speeches from historical and contemporary women at a Women’s History Month event on Tuesday. Communications professors April Copes and Haley Draper organized...

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