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Masks, a point of contention, are recommended by the Center for Disease Control to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Trump Tests Positive for COVID-19: a Reminder to be Safe

October 1, 2020

Late Thursday night, Oct. 1st, 2020, President Donald Trump said in a tweet that he and his wife, First Lady Melania Trump, tested positive for COVID-19. Tonight, ...

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How is ACC Helping Those Who Need Mental Health Assistance?

September 28, 2020

Every day people were being told to not have any physical contact with each other and to wear masks as explained by a variety of websites available; as w...

Elevating Students At Arapahoe Community College

Elevating Students At Arapahoe Community College

April 25, 2020

Previously, the Pinnacle looked into Arapahoe Community College’s Student Access Services, and the programs offered to students requiring extra assistance....

How Arapahoe Community Colleges Ensures Success for Its Students with Autism

How Arapahoe Community Colleges Ensures Success for Its Students with Autism

Lucas Miller, Reporter

April 23, 2020

Development for all children comes with challenges. Some struggle to read while others struggle with numbers. Some children have a hard time making friends...

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How is ACC Helping Those Who Need Mental Health Assistance?

April 15, 2020

Staying physically distant and socially connected is what we are now being told by health officials, professors, and psychologists. With the numbers rising throughout the world, ...

Communities In Colorado Show Support And Unity During Stay At Home Order

Banners hung across Larimer Street in Downtown Denver on April 7 2020. Set up to thank healthcare workers and show unity in the city of Denver.

Juana Rocha, Reporter

April 10, 2020

The state of Colorado has been under a Stay At Home Executive Order that became effective on March 26, 2020, to flatten the curve of COVID-19 cases in o...

The main entrance and walkway of the Libby Bortz Assisted Living Center. The bricks on the sidewalk provide the names of many different people, perhaps people who have departed or people who helped this center come to life. March 5, 2019

Libby Bortz Assisted Living Among Senior-Living Facilities Affected By COVID-19

April 6, 2020

Arapahoe Community College has taken necessary precautions to keep students and faculty safe during the global pandemic caused by COVID-19. The state of...

Who Can Pay Rent During a Pandemic?

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Jaymes Grundmann, Editor-In-Chief

March 31, 2020

On March 23, 2020, Mayor Michael Hancock issued a widely sweeping stay-at-home order for Denver County in order to fight the spread of the Coronavirus pande...

Colorado's Response to COVID-19 - A Virtual Town Hall

Colorado’s Response to COVID-19 – A Virtual Town Hall

March 29, 2020

As of March 28 2020 the United States has 122,246 confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide. The state of Colorado accounts for 2,061 cases and 13 deaths. In an...

Empty cleaning supply shelves at Wal Mart off of C-470 in Littleton, Colo., on March, 12th, 2020.

Tips to Prepare for a Possible Quarantine

March 16, 2020

With the recent consideration of total lockdown in New York City due to a spike in coronavirus cases it’s increasingly important to prepare for the possibil...

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ACC and Coronavirus

March 12, 2020

Arapahoe Community College has issued a travel and isolation guide in the wake of Spring Break and the spread of COVID-19. As of Mar. 12th, 2020 no...

Master of ceremony, Carl Elston, asks panelists Pamela Thompson and Thelma Craig discussion questions.

Black Lives Black Lungs: Tobacco Is Not An Equal Opportunity Killer.

February 26, 2020

On Feb. 18, 2020, Arapahoe Community College hosted a screening of the short film, Black Lives / Black Lungs, by Lincoln Mondy. The film investigates the tobacco industry’s history into successfully infiltrating the bl...