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Student Life is hosting a Consent Carnival on Thursday, April 21

Student Life is hosting a Consent Carnival on Thursday, April 21

April 19, 2016

On Thursday, April 21, ACC’s Student Life will host a Consent Carnival to raise awareness of the importance of asking for consent. The Carnival will...

Clothesline Project hangs in remembrance at ACC, April 18 - 22

Clothesline Project hangs in remembrance at ACC, April 18 – 22

April 19, 2016

ACC Student Life hosted a Clothesline Project on Monday, April 18, in the second floor atrium. This project is part of a week-long installment in support...

Parkour: Yes, it is real and there's an ACC club

Parkour: Yes, it is real and there’s an ACC club

April 19, 2016

Parkour Noun – The sport of traversing environmental obstacles by running, climbing, or leaping rapidly and efficiently. (Merriam-Webster) Students l...

ACC is helping raise awareness about sexual assault all April

Timothy Page, Arapahoe Pinnacle Reporter

April 12, 2016

Rape, on college campuses, has been a growing concern over the years and, while we may not have to worry about it much here, it’s something we all need to be informed about. ACC is here to help and throughout the end of April,which is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, there will be certain events to help bring the reality of sexual violence to the forefront of our minds. ...

Lindsay Jones, USA Today reporter decried online after asking Peyton Manning about sexual assault case during retirement press conference

Anthony Silio, Reporter

April 5, 2016

The media storm that surrounded USA Today reporter Lindsay Jones following the Peyton Manning retirement press conference was unimaginable. Now that we have let time pass on the vitriolic response by social media, let us take a look at what really happened. As all may know, Peyton Manning held a press conference on March 7 to announce his retirement. In a moment that sports...

ACC alum Hannah Lucero pleased with mortuary science education

ACC alum Hannah Lucero pleased with mortuary science education

November 17, 2015

Humans of ACC is a series of Q&A presentations about students, faculty and staff. Today’s focus is on Hannah Lucero, ACC alumna of the mortuary...

Exercise Science Health Program offers education, as well as good health

Anthony Shaw, Arapahoe Pinnacle Reporter

November 17, 2015

The dawn of fast-food frenzy is near. People are growing wary of what they’re putting in their bodies, especially here in Colorado. In Denver, organic grocery stores are becoming as populous per capita as Starbucks coffee joints in downtown Seattle. Health conditions are surfacing left and right and it has finally started to open people’s eyes. To anyone who has hopped...

Domestic violence: Though it’s not much fun to talk about, it’s critical to pay attention

Julia Barnett, Arapahoe Pinnacle Reporter

November 10, 2015

Domestic violence is a topic few people want to discuss openly  because of the embarrassment for the  victim or the reluctance to get involved. This reluctance forces this abomination underground. Lack of visibility does not change its impact or the importance of getting it out of the shadows where society must  actively deal with the ramifications for women and children. Seve...

Information from Domestic Violence Awareness Project

November 10, 2015

From the Domestic Violence Awareness Project If you are in immediate danger, please: • Call 911. • Contact your local hotline. • Contact a national hotline: • Call the U.S. National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE) or TTY 1-800-787-3224. • Call, text or chat Love Is Respect—the U.S. National Teen Dating Violence Helpline: 1-866-...

Want a headless body? How about a bodyless head?

Something for your closet.

Jake Tharan, Arapahoe Pinnacle Reporter

October 20, 2015

If you’re looking to get ahead, Reinke Brothers in downtown Littleton is the place for you. This business bills itself as not just a costume shop, bu...

Op Ed: Jettison those junk-food breakfasts, and make your day

Anthony Shaw, Arapahoe Pinnacle Sports Columnist

October 13, 2015

Unless you live under a rock, someone’s probably told you at least once in your life that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It’s true. That doesn’t mean whatever you put in your body that morning is essential to you. Our bodies need certain types of fuels to help launch you through your day, certain fuels that will go uncredited in your future....

Hints for avoiding burnout

Kate Coffman, Arapahoe Pinnacle Contributor

October 13, 2015

Top 10 Tips for Avoiding Burnout 1. Change the way you think. Force yourself to think of schoolwork in a positive way. 2. Change your routine. Try completing homework early instead of procrastinating. 3. Create a schedule and set aside specific hours for homework. 4. When studying, take periodic, timed breaks to relax—but then get back to it! 5. Find a balan...