Many students help celebrate Pinnacle birth

Cakes at the Pinnacle's launch party on Oct. 6.

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Cakes at the Pinnacle's launch party on Oct. 6.

Dozens of ACC students stopped by the launch parties for the Arapahoe Pinnacle on Oct. 5 and 6 in the lounge area outside the café on the first floor of the Main Building. Music was provided by student Trystan Kayes on the first day and Jeff Broome, faculty member in Philosophy, on the second day. Student Affairs and Jamey Trotter, Journalism coordinator, provided and served cake coffee and lemonade. Trotter and staff members of the Pinnacle, including Editor Geraldine Smith, Managing Editor Savannah Putman and sports columnist Anthony Shaw passed out informational cards to students who visited.

Instructor Jeff Broome performs.
Bob Burdick
Instructor Jeff Broome performs.

The Pinnacle’s first edition went live on Oct. 5, and the second one went live on Oct. 14.

From left: Savannah Putman, managing editor; Jamey Trotter, Journalism coordinator; Geraldine Smith, editor; and Bob Burdick, adviser.
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From left: Savannah Putman, managing editor; Jamey Trotter, Journalism coordinator; Geraldine Smith, editor; and Bob Burdick, adviser.
Student Trystan Kayes.
Bob Burdick
Student Trystan Kayes.
Students have their cake and eat it, too, at Pinnacle launch party.
Bob Burdick
Students have their cake and eat it, too, at Pinnacle launch party.