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Courtney Kuntz, director of  Bachelor of Applied Science and Human Services, on Wed Sept 11, 2019. ACC has now a Bachelor program in Emergency Service Administration.

Advance Through the Range of Emergency Service Administration

September 24, 2019

The Emergency Service Administration (ESA) program is a new online bachelor’s degree as of last August, that has total credit hours of 120 credits (60 pri...

An overlook of the Pompeii ruins.  A vineyard was replanted to mimic what used to be there. Mount Vesuvius is seen in the background. Photo taken on Thursday, June 20, 2019.

ACC Studies Abroad to Europe

September 6, 2019

Last summer, many ACC students and faculty took upon an experience around Europe they'll never forget. The group traveled to many European countries, s...

Contagion: Viral Misinformation in the Age of the Measles Resurgence

Contagion: Viral Misinformation in the Age of the Measles Resurgence

June 30, 2019

Imagine the panic that communities felt during the 1950’s polio outbreak in America. Suddenly, clusters of the population were deathly ill, becoming...

A Jewish Defense of Ilhan Omar

Jewish Voice for Peace member Osie Adelfang hiking through Palestine in April 2017.

Jaymes Grundmann, Reporter

April 16, 2019

Democratic Minnesota Congresswoman Ilhan Omar stirred controversy when she retweeted Glenn Greenwald's criticism of the American Israel Public Affairs...

Raising Suicide Awareness on Semicolon Day

Raising Suicide Awareness on Semicolon Day

April 16, 2019

Every year on April 16th, mental health advocates, mental health patients and their friends and loved ones across the country take part in Semicolon Day, part of the ongoing Project Semicolon, sharing their exper...

My Battery Is Low, and It's Getting Dark

My Battery Is Low, and It’s Getting Dark

February 18, 2019

                        The Opportunity Rover was only expected to last a few months on the alien surface of Mars, the red planet ...

These cats aren't anything to mess with.

What’s Up With That Mountain Lion Attack?

February 12, 2019

By now we’ve all heard of the mountain lion that mauled an as-yet-unidentified runner on a Colorado trail in Fort Collins on February 4th, and how the...

a comic panel from Batman and Robin

Doctor Doctor Gimme The News

December 11, 2018

The controversy revolving around vaccines has been around since their inception. Concerned parents who wish to do right by their children are often approached...

Cafe Brazil, Sept. 19, 2018 (AP photo/ Jason Truitt)

Restaurant Review: Cafe Brazil, An American Perspective

November 14, 2018

"We like to keep things simple and casual here," says Tony, chef and owner of restaurant Cafe Brazil. "We create dishes highlighting the flavors from northern...

Denver Bar Squad's Abdelhak Djouhri teaching teens of the  Carradine Center strength and stretching techniques at George Wallace park.

Giving Through Gains

November 3, 2018

Within the haystack of hate crimes and fear mongering that we’re so used to tuning out, it’s easy to lose track of the needle that separates itself...

Image via Krista Schlueter from The New York Times.

Local Views on Tattoos

October 17, 2018

Tattoos are becoming more popular as time goes by, and have been controversial because of some of the meanings behind them, but times have changed. They've...

While You Were Sleeping

A model of the spine being shown on display at the Arapaho Community College  Health Fair

Dylan Boxer, Jason Truitt, and Kera Morris

October 11, 2018

Most students have been looking forward to Oct. 9th as a day to sleep in, get some work done and maybe even lounge around. That’s because students h...