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Student altercation draws police response

Student altercation draws police response

Brad Dress, Reporter

October 27, 2016

Two students were involved in a physical altercation Oct. 24 and were banned from the school as a result, according to AACC police. Two female students, both 20, got into a physical fight in a classroom on the third floor of the Careers building. A professor and one student broke up the fight within ...

Lindsay talks AACC moving forward

President Dawn Lindsay stands before her many awards, accolades, and mementos.

Jesse Johnson, Associate Editor

October 3, 2016

AACC President Dawn Lindsay plans to spend the 2016-2017 school year seeking funds for a new health and science building and updating the college’s strategic plan, she told Campus Current last month. “These are two big things that are important to the college,” she said. Lindsay said the colleg...

Gavin appointment breaks precedent

Dr. Michael Gavin in action as the new Vice President for Learning.

Cody Colston, Editor-In-Chief

October 3, 2016

President Dawn Lindsay named Dr. Mike Gavin AACC’s vice president for learning on Sept. 6 after choosing to forgo a search for other candidates. Gavin, who has served as interim vice president for learning since February, was the associate vice president for learning and academic affairs since 201...

FAFSA updates timeline for ’17-’18 applications

An AACC student reads the Federal Student Aid handbook to learn about the new FAFSA deadline.

Jacob Baumgart, Reporter

September 30, 2016

Students may submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) starting on Oct. 1. Deadlines for the Free Application for Federal Stu dent Aid (FAFSA) changed Oct. 1, but AACC students on financial assistance may not be aware of the update. Students may file their FAFSAs as early as Oct. ...

Campus mental health aid ready for students

The Mental Health Fair on Sept. 26 outlined some of the resources available to students.

Brad Dress, Reporter

September 30, 2016

An AACC student attempted to hang himself from a second-floor balcony in the library on Sept. 12, prompting school health officials to emphasize campus resources for suicide prevention. According to witnesses, a student tied a rope to a railing and stepped onto the balcony near the ledge. He fixed...

SGA seats new board

SGA President Nick Nadeau (center, bottom) and his new cabinet gather after Monday’s vote.

Mary McKiel, Campus Life Editor

September 30, 2016

The Advisory Council elected the new Student Government Association cabinet members and appointed senators at its first meeting of the semester on Monday. After nominations from the floor, candidates addressed the group before the council voted. The elected cabinet members are Vice President Francheska...

Paper arrives to stay

Campus Current staff in action in the newsroom.

Brad Dress, Reporter

September 30, 2016

A new editorial team stepped into the school’s student newspaper office in September to re-launch the Campus Current after a year’s hiatus. This issue of the Campus Current is the publication’s first since November 2015. The newspaper, which covers AACC but is independent of the college, will...

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