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Naptown Jazz Kids, AACC host German youth orchestra

Philip Weyand, pianist, came with the rest of the Phoenix Foundation Youth Band from Germany.

Emma Jeter, Daily Reporter

March 11, 2019

Jazz players from Frankfurt, Germany performed smooth, rhythmic tunes for AACC students tonight in the Humanities building. Naptown Jazz Kids, an organization designed to preserve and promote jazz music in Annapolis, partnered with AACC to host The Phoenix Foundation Youth Band, a German youth jazz...

CAB hosts first karaoke, students line up to perform

Jameson Evans, Daily Reporter

March 8, 2019

The AACC Campus Activities Board hosted its first-ever karaoke event of the semester in the SUN cafeteria on March 4. CAB officers said they will host karaoke events on the first Monday of every month this semester. The sing-a-long ran 30 minutes longer than the two hours CAB allotted, which CAB membe...

Factuality teaches students about diversity, inequality

Photo by Gabbie Wilburn

Lindey Gapsis, Daily Reporter

March 7, 2019

AACC students learned about diversity in modern society through a monopoly-like game today in the Cade building. “Factuality” is an interactive game used to portray how diversity affects real life. The game leader assigned students characters with different ethnic backgrounds, economic classes...

Dozens play in Campus Ministry dodgeball tournament at AACC

Photo by Alexandra Radovic

Alexandra Radovic, Editor-In-Chief

March 6, 2019

AACC’s Student Government Association President Jacob Smith hurled his dodge ball across the Riverhawk court to knock-out his fellow students on March 6. But Smith was one of more than 40 players who participated in the dodgeball game, which was the first of its kind at AACC. Students athletes,...

Student improv troupe rehearses for two shows in May

Chase Duvall, Daily Reporter

March 5, 2019

An improv troupe rehearsal took place on Friday night in the Florestano Building leading to a night of learning and laughter. Wyatt Unger, a local professional actor and acting coach, is the leader of the local troupe. Unger says while at its core, improv is fun, he’s also gained life skills...

Opera AACC hits all marks with ‘Sweeney Todd’

Opera AACC hits all marks with 'Sweeney Todd'

Chance Iheoma, Photography Editor

February 17, 2019

Opera AACC gave an astounding performance of the musical thriller “Sweeney Todd” on Feb 16. The performance, directed by faculty member Jerry Vess and conducted by Anna Binneweg of the AACC Symphony Orchestra, opened on Saturday, Feb. 16, at the Robert E. Kauffman Theater on campus. Additional...

Black History Month Committee plans lectures, performances and art exhibits to celebrate BHM

In the Pascal Gallery, students can observe art to celebrate Black History Month during February.

Ashley Sokolowski, Daily Reporter

February 6, 2019

AACC’s is hosting a series of events for students to celebrate Black History Month. This February, the Black History Month Committee will be hosting discussions, performances, movie screenings and art exhibits. Dr. Nicole Williams, the chair of the department of human services, is on the Black...

The Road to ‘Romeo & Juliet’: Student Actors Brave the Cold to Warm Up for Auditions

“Romeo and Juliet” director, Dr. AnnMarie T. Saunders preps for the next student.

Philip Van Slooten, Reporter

February 6, 2019

Auditions began last Thursday night for AACC’s spring play, “Romeo and Juliet.” Students in the waiting area ranged in experience from one previous audition to as many as 45. Kennedy Cole, a high school student in the Early College Access Program, noted that the arrows on the floor leading...

Campus Current staff members offer tips to survive the last days of finals week

Campus Current says manage your time, get sleep and stay off your phone during finals week.

Sarah Noble, Multimedia

December 12, 2018

Want to survive the last few days of final exams? Follow these steps that Campus Current staff members swear by. While studying: Some exams cover material you learned at the beginning of the semester. If you don’t know where to start, break your review time into small steps. Ideally, everyone wants ...

Active Minds hosts Fidos for Finals

Active Minds hosts Fidos for Final, an event for students to interact with dogs to de-stress with finals.

Alex Fregger, Technology Editor

December 12, 2018

A student club invited a service dog charity to help students de-stress during finals week. The Active Minds club invited Fidos for Freedom to bring their service dogs on campus as a way for students to relax and have a distraction during finals. Fidos for Freedom is a non-profit organization that...

CAB hosts event for students to play games, connect with local business

The Campus Activities Board, CAB, hosted their annual Game On event, which is a partnered with an Annapolis local business, Third Eye Games.

Daniel Nickerson, Co-Photo Editor

November 20, 2018

The Campus Activities Board hosted their annual Game On event, which is co-hosted with Third Eye Games. CAB and Third Eye offered table top games to students to play in the Student Union while they hung out and ate lunch. “I played Splender with my friends it was a good old time,” said Stephen...

Hairspray opens with strong voices, funny dialogue

The lead actors in Hairspray perform with strong vocals and keep up with fast-paced dancing.

Coleman Guthrie, Reporter

November 10, 2018

The Theatre at AACC debuted the award-winning Broadway musical 'Hairspray' in the Robert E. Kauffman Theater this November. The show, directed by adjunct instructor AnnMarie T. Saunders, opened to faculty, students and community members on Nov. 9 at 8 p.m. AACC's rendition of 'Hairspray' is ent...

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