Campus Current

Today’s posts will affect future

Today’s posts will affect future

Editorial Board

March 1, 2019


Filed under Editorial and Opinion

AACC students should scrub their social media accounts now to get rid of embarrassing or incriminating photos and information. And consider what you post from now on with an eye to how your actions today might affect your future. If you believe that your college-age antics won’t come back to bite...

Keep working; don’t slack off

Keep working; don’t slack off

Alexandra Radovic, Editor-in-Chief

March 1, 2019


Filed under Editorial and Opinion

St. Patrick’s Day may charm students in March, but it will take more than luck for them to see the spring semester through. As the semester approaches its halfway mark, it’s easy for students to get lazy and lose motivation to keep up with school work. But the good news is there are plenty...

Movie Monday Review: Beautiful Boy

Movie Monday Review: Beautiful Boy

Daniel Salomon, Video Editor

February 24, 2019


Filed under Arts, Editorial and Opinion

“Beautiful Boy” is an excruciating biopic that tugs at the viewer’s emotions every chance it gets. The movie takes the viewer into a tale of a father’s heartbreak, a son’s self-destruction and the damage drug use can do to one’s psyche and family. Nic Sheff, played by Timothee Chalamet, is a c...

It’s not too late to make New Year’s resolutions

It’s not too late to make New Year’s resolutions

Alexandra Radovic, Co-Editor

January 23, 2019


Filed under Editorial and Opinion

January is a time to reflect on the past year, and February is all about re-energizing and reigniting change and personal growth. Students at AACC and all across the globe scrambled to make their 2019 New Year’s resolutions, in hopes of transformation and new beginnings. However, in study after...

Apply for FAFSA no matter what

Apply for FAFSA no matter what

Editorial Board

January 23, 2019


Filed under Editorial and Opinion

Students can apply for the Maryland Promise Scholarship in March, so it’s time to fill out the FAFSA—Free Application for Federal Student Aid—to assure you get all of the state money you deserve. The Promise Scholarship is a state program that could pay up to $5,000 toward your tuition if you...

Don’t let holiday cheer cause you to skip class

Don’t let holiday cheer cause you to skip class

Alexandra Radovic, Editor-in-Chief

December 4, 2018


Filed under Editorial and Opinion

The holiday season is a time for fun and friends, which can lead students to ditch classes in favor of off-campus festivities. Think twice before skipping classes this season. Although this is a busy time of year, getting behind on classwork will only pile on the stress. But baking cookies or going...

Students: Pricey items don’t always show care

Students: Pricey items don’t always show care

December 4, 2018


Filed under Editorial and Opinion

For AACC students on a tight budget, a low-cost, meaningful gift can be even better than an expensive present. As much as we wish it did, school doesn’t stop to give us time to get ready for the holidays. Students must scramble to find the perfect gift with one hand, while using the other to tie a b...

Entrepreneurs: Shaping Gen Z

Entrepreneurs: Shaping Gen Z

Editorial Board

November 8, 2018


Filed under Editorial and Opinion, Front Page

Campus Current’s editors think students of every major should have to take an entrepreneurship class at AACC during their first year. The college’s Introduction to Entrepreneurship class teaches students the beginnings of how to run their own businesses. Lots of students on campus could be future busi...

Adjunct offers start-up tricks

Alexandra Radovic, Editor-in-Chief

November 1, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Editorial and Opinion

An AACC entrepreneurship instructor said any student interested in starting a business should prepare to work hard, seek mentoring and get involved on campus. Adjunct instructor Candice Pruett, who teaches Introduction to Entrepreneurship, suggested that would-be business owners meet regularly with a faculty adv...

Bus riders say too little stops

Bus riders say too little stops

Daniel Nickerson, Web Designer

November 1, 2018


Filed under Editorial and Opinion

Students riding the MTA LocalLink 70 and Gold Route buses to AACC this semester have complained about poor timing and cramped conditions. “Sometimes they’re late, but not all the time,” Nikkie Stevens, a fourth-year transfer studies student, said. “It’s just annoying.” Stevens started...

Students returning to college share advice

Students returning to college share advice

Nick Burns, Reporter

November 1, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Editorial and Opinion

For students who have not entered the halls of higher education for years, returning to college can be an anxious and terrifying proposition. Students older than 25 make up 36 percent of the population on campus, according to public relations administrative assistant Amy Gurtshaw. “The biggest...

Youthful actions follow students for their lives

Youthful actions follow students for their lives

Sarah Noble, Multimedia Editor

November 1, 2018


Filed under Editorial and Opinion

AACC students said in October what students do in high school and college should not follow them for the rest of their lives, unless the offense is sexual assault. In an informal poll of 45 students on the Arnold campus two weeks after the U.S. Senate confirmed Brett Kavanaugh as a Supreme Court justice,...

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