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The award-winning newspaper of Anne Arundel Community College.

Campus Current

The Black Male Institute hosted an event to encourage Black male students to have open discussions about their experience.

AACC organization asks Black men to reach out

Divine Mesumbe, Daily Editor April 18, 2024

The Student Achievement and Success Program hosted an event to encourage Black men to have open conversations about their thoughts and experiences on Wednesday. The SASP hosted the Black Male Institute...

The Filipino Student Association may reboot this semester, as a new Communications Club gets off the ground.

2 student organizations seek members to sign up

Tomi Brunton, Editor-in-Chief April 5, 2024

Students and faculty are trying to start a Filipino culture club and a communications club on campus. Second-year kinesiology student Nathan Villanueva started the Filipino Student Association last semester,...

The Latinx Club hosted an event to promote hispanic culture on campus.

The Latinx Club invites students, families to promote Latinx culture

Jose Gonzalez, Sports Editor March 28, 2024

Students ate free food, played games, and learned about culture at Latinx event on Thursday. The Latinx Club and Student Veterans Association hosted the Friendship Event for students and families to...

At Soapbox Sisters, one of the events for this years Womens History Month, students will perform speeches and poems by women.

College Hosts Women’s History Month Events

Mischa Green, Club Editor February 29, 2024

AACC will host a spoken word event, a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon and more to celebrate Women’s History Month in March. The national Women’s History Month theme, “Women Who Advocate for Equity, Diversity...

Black male leaders from across Maryland were invited to speak about the state of black men in higher education.

Black leaders express concern for Black men in college

Divine Mesumbe, Daily Editor February 29, 2024

Black academics talked about the decreased enrollment of Black men in higher education at an event on Wednesday. The Office of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Access and Leadership partnered with the...

AACC plans to host multiple events on campus for Black History Month in February.

College plans events for Black History Mo.

Mischa Green, Co-Editor January 20, 2024

AACC will host an art exhibit, a sit-down lunch and more to celebrate Black History Month in February with the theme “Blackness in Full Bloom.” The theme signifies embracing and celebrating the...

Cass Hay, a member of the Genders and Sexualities Alliance, is one of several panelists who shared their coming out experiences at an event on Wednesday.

LGBTQ students share coming out experiences

Rebecca Merkel, Reporter October 12, 2023

A panel of LGBTQ students said coming out was stressful but worth it in an event on Wednesday. Six students from the Genders and Sexualities Alliance shared their stories on the Zoom panel to celebrate...

Students learned about local resources for LGBTQ people at an event in the Student Union dining hall on Tuesday.

Coming Out Week event shares resources for LGBTQ students

Tomi Brunton, Editor-in-Chief October 10, 2023

LGBTQ-friendly organizations gathered on campus to share resources with students in the Student Union dining hall on Tuesday. Organizations like Trans Maryland, Coalition for LGBTQ+ Students, One Pasadena...

The college will celebrate Coming Out Week from Monday to Friday with multiple events. Image courtesy of AACC.

Campus to celebrate Coming Out Week

Cass Hay, Reporter October 9, 2023

The college will hold three events this week during its annual Coming Out Week in observance of National Coming Out Day on Oct. 11. The events, on Tuesday and Wednesday, are designed to raise awareness...

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...

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