Campus Current

Hawk’s Nest Grille offers food for Hispanic Heritage Month

Annie Belle Neugebauer, Reporter

September 19, 2018

Filed under Campus Life, Diversity, Showcase

The Hawk’s Nest Grill & Deli is offering a variety of Spanish food this week to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. The Grill set out rice and chicken enchilada’s in the hot bar. At the counter, students can order empanadas...

Re-designed Athletics site to launch this fall

Madeleine Pedersen

August 25, 2018

Filed under Campus Life, News, Sports

AACC Athletics will unveil a redesigned web page this semester.   When AACC changed its mascot in 2015 from the red, white and blue Pioneer to Swoop, a teal Riverhawk, the “colors were not changed properly” on the websit...

Fill out FASFA early for best chance at awards

Roxanne Ready, Reporter

August 25, 2018

Filed under Campus Life, Feature, News

By filling out one form, students can start the process to get money for college from the U.S. government, the state or AACC’s scholarship foundation—or all three.  The Free Application for Federal Student Aid—or FAFSA—is a form students can fill out each year to see how ...

Ex prof tackles term trustee term limits

Kenzie Airey and Daniel Salomon

August 25, 2018

Filed under Campus Life, News, Showcase

A former secretary of the Maryland Higher Education Commission on Aug. 6 called for the AACC Board of Trustees to have term limits.  In an opinion column for The Capital-Gazette, Patricia Florestano, a former member of the University of Maryland System Board of Regents...

College pays ex-administrator $35K in gender action

Alexandra, Editor-in-Chief

August 25, 2018

Filed under Breaking News, Campus Life, Front Page, News, Showcase

The college paid a former AACC administrator $35,000 in May to settle a gender-discrimination lawsuit he filed in 2016, according to a court document obtained by Campus Current through a Maryland Public Information Act request.  ...

Statue of MLK fixed, returned

Alexandra Radovic, Reporter

December 1, 2017

Filed under News

The bronze statue of Martin Luther King Jr. returned to West Campus near the CADE Building on Nov. 6 after a six-week absence. The statue needed repairs for a structural defect in the granite pedestal. The Central Services...

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