Campus Current

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Don’t let weather get you down

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

As you huddle in your coat against a cold drizzle of rain, hustling to class, maybe you’re wondering if you can possibly stand another day of schoolwork as dreary as the weather. No matter how interesting...

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AACC has great opportunities

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

From the balcony where I sat, an impressive dome above me, I could look down to the Senate floor. Lawmakers referenced notes, talking quietly with their staffs and readying themselves to speak. The air...

Third-year creative writing student Jonas Pallaro-Sonneborn offers time managment tips.  
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AACC students get organized

Jonas Pallaro-Sonneborne, Guest Columnist February 1, 2018

As a new semester starts, you’ll find that how you use your time is more important than how much time you use. There just aren’t enough hours in the day. We, as students, need to manage our time...

First-year transfer studies student Rooz Inanloo reads in the library.
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‘Fields of interest’ will salvage more credits

Editorial Board February 1, 2018

AACC will introduce a new program called “fields of interest” in the fall, and we like the idea. Here’s what it means: When you first came to AACC, odds are you didn’t bring a road map. Maybe...

Second-year graphic design student Raquel Hamner said she disagrees with new sexual assault policy changes.
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Title IX revision causes issues

Raquel Hamner, Photography Editor February 1, 2018

Last fall, the U.S. Secretary of Education undid eight years of progress in an unjustifiable Title IX revision involving sexual assault cases on college campuses. Under the Obama administration, sexual...

1st class of semester: key to student success

1st class of semester: key to student success

Veronica Somers, Ad Manager January 17, 2018

When my parents told me they wanted me to attend a community college, I wasn’t happy. I was 18 and had just graduated from high school. Going back to school sounded awful. So I didn’t show up for...

Welcome back; stay positive

Editoral Board January 17, 2018

It’s that time of year again, Riverhawks. As we put away the lights and decorations of the holiday season, we’re buckling in for another semester. This season of after Christmas but not quite spring...

Second-year student Alexandra Radovic believes many prescription pain killers can be dangerous and lead to addiction.

Use alternatives to painkillers

Alexandra Radovic, Reporter December 1, 2017

Here at AACC, our motto is, “redefine yourself.” But because of opioids—pain-relieving medications that alter your mind and dull your senses—some AACC students never reach that goal. If you...

Harassment has no place here

Sarah Sutherland, Campus Life Editor December 1, 2017

While walking to class, I often steer away from groups of men to eliminate the chances of unwanted comments or cat-calling. The most common form of sexual harassment is commentary, but it can also include...

Editor-in-Chief Roxanne Ready says time spent engaging in AACCs community is worthwhile.

Time at AACC is well spent

Roxanne Ready, Editor-in-Chief December 1, 2017

As editor-in-chief of Campus Current, this semester has been a stressful one for me. But it’s also been an experience I wouldn’t trade for anything. Between the steady flow of classwork and the...

Don’t throw away your future by driving drunk

Editorial Board December 1, 2017

It’s December, and that means it’s time for finals and the holiday season; at least one of those, if not both, is probably pretty stressful for you. Fortunately, holiday parties give everyone a chance...

President Donald Trump would like to keep transgender people from enlisting in the military, but other people believe they should be allowed to serve.

No ban of transgender troops; support them

Emily Bailey, Reporter December 1, 2017

My friend Eli enlisted in the military two years ago, and is doing well in his platoon; he is even outperforming some of his colleagues in physical training and riflery. Eli is transgender, which means...

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