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NASA Solar System Ambassador Daryl Cooke

Super Science club hosts star party

Ellianna Shields, Reporter November 22, 2022

For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began, the student Super Science club hosted an in-person speaker Saturday. Daryl Cooke, a NASA solar system ambassador, spoke to students and faculty...

Actors Amanda Matousek and Jackson Bondurant perform in the Moonlight Troupers production of Antigone, running Nov. 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20 in the Kauffman Theater.

Moonlight Troupers bring ‘Antigone’ into modern world

Tomi Brunton, Reporter November 12, 2022

Friday night’s production of “Antigone” by Theatre AACC was the first community college play I have ever seen and it couldn’t have been a better introduction. “Antigone” has been a classic...

AACC students will perform Antigone on Nov. 11-13 and 18-20 in the Kauffman theater.

College to put on ‘Antigone’

Tomi Brunton and Jenna Lagoey November 11, 2022

Theatre at AACC will present a modern translation of the Greek tragedy “Antigone” in November. The production, from Nov. 11 to 13 and 18 to 20 at the Kauffman Theater, will mark the first showing...

Student pilot Jenna Lagoey

AACC students earn pilot’s licenses, fly planes

Tomi Brunton, Reporter November 11, 2022

The first time third-year physics student Bryant Pepe flew a plane, he was just 9 years old. On a flight to the Outer Banks with his mother and sister on a small, single-engine plane, the pilot asked...

Jessica Dall holding her novel

Author speaks on historical-fiction novel

Sam Gauntt, Associate Editor November 9, 2022

The historical-action video game, “Assasin’s Creed,” and the events of the 1755 Lisbon earthquake served as inspiration for her novel, a Washington-based author told a crowd of students and faculty...

Man in welders costume at Haunt Theatre event

AACC theater club hosts Halloween event

Jack Dougherty, Reporter October 28, 2022

AACC students and local families were entertained by a Halloween-themed tour through the backstage and dressing rooms of the Kauffman Theater last Friday and Saturday. Costumed actors delivered monologues...

A Campus Current poll reveals that 40% of students shy away from horror movies because theyre either too scary or too cheesy.

‘Halloween’ tops students’ lists of best scary movies

Jordan Crymes and Chris Simpson October 27, 2022

As Halloween approaches, many AACC students said last week they do not like horror movies. In an informal poll of 50 students on the Arnold campus, 40% said they avoid watching scary films. “I...

With a little effort, anyone can craft a fashionable style that’s uniquely theirs. Shown, Campus Current Editor-in-Chief Zack Buster styling on the Quad.

Dress your best, be your best

Zack Buster, Editor-In-Chief October 25, 2022

The clothes you wear say a lot about you, so why not say something good? Looking put together can help send the message that you take your college career seriously, and it can even make you feel more...

Hulu, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video and Netflix are four of the streaming services that AACC students use.

Students stream TV on 4+ platforms

Luke Lanham , Reporter April 13, 2022

AACC students said Tuesday they subscribe to four or more streaming services for movies and television shows. In an informal poll of 20 students around campus, 11 said they subscribe to four or more...

Performers read speeches and poems from notable women at the annual Soapbox Sisters event  this week.

AACC holds 1st Soapbox Sisters event in 2 years

Zack Buster, Associate Editor March 31, 2022

AACC’s Communications Department hosted a Women’s History Month event on March 31 at which students read poems and speeches by notable women throughout history and today. Communications professor...

Actors from campus and the community meet twice a week to practice their improvisational skills.

Theater students prep for improv show

Jacob Flores, Reporter October 21, 2021

AACC theater students and actors have been rehearsing their improvisational skills for about a month to prepare for an upcoming show Nov. 12 and 13 at the Chesapeake Arts Center in Brooklyn Park. The...

Esports gamers

Esports to join Athletic Department

Dominic Salacki, Editor-in-Chief September 8, 2021

AACC plans to start an intramural esports team sometime this fall and expand it to a varsity team in the spring, the athletic director told Campus Current earlier this month. Esports--or electronic...

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