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AACC students who take the bus to and from the college take MTA LocalLink 70, by way of Link 69. They may also take the Annapolis Transit Gold bus route.

Bus riders say too little stops

Daniel Nickerson, Web Designer November 1, 2018

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...

Returning college student Kathy Chandler is in her first year of studying addiction counseling.

Students returning to college share advice

Nick Burns, Reporter November 1, 2018

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...

More men than women say what they do now should not count against them later in life.

Youthful actions follow students for their lives

Sarah Noble, Multimedia Editor November 1, 2018

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...

Campus Current Editor-in-Chief Alexandra Radovic recommends getting ahead on class assignments before the holidays.

Don’t let family stress you out on turkey day

Alexandra Radovic, Editor-in-Chief November 1, 2018

AACC students who still live with their parents are no strangers to family drama. But even those who live on their own should prepare this month for some ups and downs over the Thanksgiving weekend. We...

College police: Up the security

October 4, 2018

After a mass shooting at The Capital Gazette in June, Campus Current is calling on campus security for stronger efforts to prevent any shooters from ever opening fire on campus. On June 28, a shooter...

Advice from an editor

Alexandra Radovic, Editor-in-Chief August 25, 2018

Although AACC doesn’t have dorms, students here can still make it feel like home.   Coming to college for the first time can be an overwhelming adjustment, but making yourself at home is easier...

Gov. Hogan: Its not far enough

Gov. Hogan: It’s not far enough

Editorial Board August 25, 2018

Gov. Larry Hogan signed the Community College Promise Scholarship law in May to make community colleges in Maryland affordable for people in financial need.  Campus Current supports a state law to...

The teal ribbon represents sexual violence awareness. Most people do not report when they are sexually harassed.

Don’t let harassers get away with it: Speak up

Editorial Board May 1, 2018

Former AACC student Sarah Sutherland said she used to avoid groups of men as she walked into class so they wouldn’t yell unwanted comments to her. The cat-calling was at its worst when she wore revealing...

Keep moving toward your goals

Keep moving toward your goals

Roxanne Ready, Editor-in-Chief May 1, 2018

It’s hard to believe another school year has already come and gone. As you look ahead, you may be thinking about summer break as a time to relax or work full time while you wait to restart classes...

Campus Current editors march with friends in Washington, D.C., on March 24 to protest gun violence.

Demand change: Stand up, speak out, be heard

Editorial Board April 1, 2018

In the face of local school shootings and threats of violence, AACC students need to take a stand and speak out. According to The Baltimore Sun, this country has had six school shootings since February. Last...

Why vote: Potholes are politics

Why vote: Potholes are politics

Roxanne Ready, Editor-in-Chief April 1, 2018

Election season isn’t the only time to care about politics; they matter year-round, and they affect simple, everyday things. Not all politics are about divisive, complicated issues. Many are about...

Artist J. Howard Miller made the famous We Can Do It! poster in 1941. Now, more women than ever work in traditionally male jobs.

‘Hear us roar!’ Women are changing the world

Editorial Board March 1, 2018

More than ever before, young women are breaking barriers and stereotypes. With every, “You can’t” comes a resounding, “Watch me!” More and more of today’s young women are challenging gender...

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