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First-year kinesiology student Jayeim Blake is running uncontested for the role of Student Government Association president. Students can vote online until Friday.

Kinesiology student runs for Student Gov. president

Tomi Brunton, Editor-in-Chief April 16, 2024

A first-year kinesiology student is running uncontested this week for the position of Student Government Association president. Jayeim Blake, who was born in Trinidad and Tobago and moved to Maryland...

Some students receive spam emails that may look like discount offers but are after personal information.

Spam emails target many AACC students

Divine Mesumbe and Payton Thompson April 12, 2024

Hackers and cybercriminals are targeting AACC students and faculty with spam emails through their school accounts. According to AACC’s Vice President for Information and Instructional Technology Richard...

Political science professor Dan Nataf opens his biannual survey for students and community members this week.

Poli-sci prof opens student survey

Tomi Brunton, Editor-in-Chief April 8, 2024

A political science professor is running a survey this week to ask students what they think of artificial intelligence. The survey, conducted biannually by Dan Nataf, the director for AACC’s Center...

AACC is the only community college in the Rochester Institute of Technology’s cybersecurity coalition.

College joins ntl. coalition

Carter DeSilva, Reporter April 5, 2024

AACC in December became the only community college in a coalition for cybersecurity education aimed at addressing the cybersecurity talent shortage. The school’s selection for the Rochester Institute...

Bryant Pepe, a third-year earth science student and president of the Super Science Club, says his life experiences made him different, but more flexible.

Be ready to pivot at any time

Bryant Pepe, Contributor April 5, 2024

The ability to pivot is an invaluable skill that develops with time. Often, we have little warning before we have to pivot, but when the need arises, we should be ready. Somewhere between complacency...

Already worn out from the semester? Get your second wind. We’re only halfway finished. Shown, second-year kinesiology student Raphael Roman.

We’re halfway there; hold on

April 5, 2024

We’ve officially reached the halfway point of the semester. This means different things for different people. Some students are happy the semester is creeping toward being over. Others share a feeling...

Nominations for the role of Student Government Association president or vice president have opened. Shown, SGA executive vice president Rabiyatou Bah, left, and President Zack Buster at last years presidential debate.

Nominations open for SGA president position

Tomi Brunton, Editor-in-Chief April 2, 2024

Students can nominate themselves until April 5 to run to become president or a vice president of the Student Government Association for next school year. Candidates will campaign from April 8 to 12...

AACC is replacing the roofs on the Physical Plant Building and Jenkins Gymnasium because they’re getting old.

Campus to complete roofs by end of June

Izzy Chase, Associate Editor March 29, 2024

AACC is replacing roofs on two buildings—the gym and the Physical Plant Building. According to Jim Taylor, the executive director of administrative services, the roofs are outdated and not up to par...

The Maryland General Assembly is discussing legislation related to AACC.

Md. considers 2 new laws relating to AACC

Izzy Chase, Associate Editor March 28, 2024

The Maryland General Assembly is considering passing two laws related to AACC. Nick’s Law aims to prohibit someone who is convicted of operating a boat while under the influence from operating a boat...

AACC volunteers offer to file taxes free of charge for anyone who earns less than $64,000 a year.

AACC volunteers do free tax preparation

Mischa Green, Club Editor March 26, 2024

Volunteers will be available on campus until April 3 to do taxes for free for students, faculty and community members who make less than $64,000 a year. The student and faculty volunteers participate...

First-year radiology student Olivia Keir runs a pop-up shop on the Quad.

AACC entrepreneurs create pop-up shops

Divine Mesumbe, Daily Editor March 26, 2024

About once a month, a student or a group sets up a table on the Quad and fills it with jewelry, crafts, candy or another handmade item with the hope of selling that handiwork to others. The makeshift,...

A recent survey shows an increase of LGBTQ people in the college-age population.

Study shows increase in LGBTQ population

Jose Gonzalez, Sports Editor March 26, 2024

More than a quarter of Gen Z Americans—which includes traditional college-age students—identify as queer, according to a January study by the Public Religion Research Institute. The report said 28%...

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