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The Arapahoe Pinnacle

The student publication of Arapahoe Community College in Colorado

The Arapahoe Pinnacle

The student publication of Arapahoe Community College in Colorado

The Arapahoe Pinnacle

A photo of the eclipse through Arapahoe Community Colleges telescope on Monday, April 8, 2024.
From beauty to Ziggy Stardust, ACC community revels in eclipse experience
Hayden Chedid, Michael Price, and Cody Knudson April 11, 2024

Birds fell silent and the air cooled as if nature was holding its breath to witness the spectacle. A crowd of about 200 people awaited the captivating exchange between the celestial spheres, momentarily...

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Arapahoe Community College Mortuary Sciences students attend one of the many classes associated with the program on March 5, 2024
Delivering Dignity in Death
Cody Knudson, Student Journalist • April 2, 2024

You’re driving through town and pass by a mortuary. You ask yourself, “I wonder what exactly they do in there”? I’m sure that many of us have asked ourselves this question once or twice. Throughout...

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Danielle SeeWalker addresses the room of observers during the opening event for her exhibit in the History Colorado Center in Denver on Feb. 29, 2024.
A Voice of Her Community:
Michael Price, Reporter • March 27, 2024

In the United States of America, we often see subtitles in other languages under the English description. That is not the case in the History Colorado Center’s newest exhibition, "But We Have Something...

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Jackson Culpepper, published author and professor, at the Arapahoe Community College Sturm Campus on Feb. 14, 2024.
Faces of ACC: Jackson Culpepper
Hayden Chedid, Reporter • March 19, 2024

After an endless trek through unlit pathways, suffocated by unrelenting heat and the screams of tortured souls, Jackson Culpepper had reached sanctuary — a frigid room consumed by blinding light...

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During Spring Break (Mon. March 12-Sat. March 17) students and professors take a pause from the typical class schedule. (Photo credit PixaBay via Creative Commons).
Pinnacle Classic- The Best Spring Break Advice? to Actually Take a Break
Lauran Hamm, Reporter • March 7, 2024

This story was originally published on March 9, 2018. Events listed will vary. Already, spring break is crouching in this Monday, March 12 - Saturday, March 17. With jobs and schoolwork begging...

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Cancel Culture: A Double-Edged Sword in the Digital Age
Dante Aguado, Contributing Writer • March 6, 2024

In the age of information overload and rapid social connectivity, cancel culture has emerged as a defining aspect of the digital landscape. While it seeks to address issues of accountability and social...

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Pinnacle Classic- Fast Food Calls, Your Freezer Answers
Pinnacle Classic- Fast Food Calls, Your Freezer Answers
Rachel Lorenz, Food and Sustainability Reporter • February 29, 2024

This story was originally published on Dec. 8, 2017. It’s cold. It’s dark. Your neglected stomach grumbles as you drive towards home. Suddenly, the warm glow of a fast food sign beckons...

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Pinnacle Classic- Staying Positive In a Time of Negativity
Ashley Peoples, Reporter • February 22, 2024

This story was originally published on March 6, 2018. Winter. Winter is the time of year when we get stuck, when winter break was not long enough, the time when all the light-hearted vibes from...

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Pinnacle Classic- Winter Hiking, What?
Ashley Peoples, Reporter • January 25, 2024

This story was originally published on February 23, 2018. Winter got you down and sniffly? Bogged down with studying? It's time to put the books aside and breathe in some fresh air. Trust me, you...

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Pinnacle Classic- The Elderberry Way to a Cold Free Winter
Pinnacle Classic- The Elderberry Way to a Cold Free Winter
Marcus Montoya, Sports and Health Reporter • January 18, 2024

  This story was originally published on Oct 10, 2016. Fall is right around the corner, and the flu and common cold are ready to attack.  With one supplement, sick days and call-ins can...

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Pinnacle Classic- Winter is Coming: Explore the ACC Fitness Center and Lock up that Summer Body
Pinnacle Classic- Winter is Coming: Explore the ACC Fitness Center and Lock up that Summer Body
Marcus Montoya, Health and Fitness Journalist • January 11, 2024

This story was originally published on Oct 20, 2016. It’s that time of year. Hoodies and sweatpants are getting tied, fireplaces will be lit, and standards for personal health are often abandoned....

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Pinnacle Classic- Simple checks help you get your car through the winter
Savannah Putman, Arapahoe Pinnacle Managing Editor • January 4, 2024

This story was originally published on Nov 3, 2015. Commuting in the winter is harrowing enough without the added worry of “Will my car break down?” Because of this, Director of the Automotive...

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Pinnacle Classic- The Unfortunate Task of Being Asked to Bring a Dish! Easy Recipes for all!
Jennifer Roque, Editor • December 21, 2023

This story was originally published on Dec 8, 2016. Spending the holidays with friends -- it's what makes the season special! If it hasn't happened yet, fear not, it soon will: you'll be asked...

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Editor in Chief Jennifer and horse Moonlight 2014.
Pinnacle Classic- Downtown Denver: Holidays with Horses
Jennifer Roque December 14, 2023

Editor's Note: This article originally ran on December 10th, 2016. The prices per ride have changed from $65.00 for a short ride to $95.00. They no longer offer an hour long ride, but their longest...

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Op-Ed: The Land of the Free(ish)
Hayden Chedid, Writer • April 14, 2023

On Feb. 22, 38-year-old Nathacha Augustin was shot and killed in a suburb west of Orlando, Florida. After the scene of the crime had been cleared,...

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ACC Delays Student Government Election
Lillian Fuglei, Co-Editor-In-Chief • April 11, 2023

As the school year comes to an end, Arapahoe Community College (ACC) is working hard to prepare for the next academic year. One of the main ways...

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Rep. Jason Crow visits with EHS students
Robyn Gusek and Serenity Gambrell February 10, 2023

Editor's Note: This story originally appeared in The Pirateer A personal insight into a politician. Students, staff, and members of the Englewood...

White man puts ballot in white voter drop box.
Civic Engagement at ACC
Nicole Morton, Reporter • November 7, 2022

Going to college is not just about finding where in the world someone’s place may be. It can be about discovering someone's unknown inner voice...

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