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Free balloon animals for students

Gina Bell, Reporter

January 29, 2018

Students walked out of the SUN Dinging Hall on Jan. 25 with colorful balloon hats and animals. Melissa Witte, a first-year early childhood education major, asked for a balloon chicken. “It was one of the funnier balloon...

Students got free hot chocolate and mugs at welcome week event

Ashley Sokolowski, Reporter

January 25, 2018

Students got free hot chocolate and personalized mugs in the SUN Dining Hall on Jan. 24. “Who wouldn’t want their face on a cup?” Darell Lamberth, a second-year communications student, said. The Campus Activities Board—a...

Speaker of annual MLK Jr. breakfast calls for racial healing

Mary Kane, Graphic Designer

January 23, 2018

Unity, respect and racial healing were common themes in the keynote speech at AACC’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast. On Jan. 15, keynote speaker Dr. Gail C. Christopher said America is heading toward the same kind...

Health experts recommend better education on drugs

Vincent Moreland, Sports Editor

January 22, 2018

A panel of health experts told AACC health and science professors schools are not doing enough to educate students about the negative effects of hard drug use. Clay Stamp, the executive director of the Maryland Opioid Operational...

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