The Arapahoe Pinnacle

Coffee with a Mission is a Mission of the Heart

Molly, Dirt Coffee Bar employee, creates one of Dirt's specialty hand crafted coffees. While a customer sits  at a table.

Donna DeBacco, Reporter

September 28, 2020

Since 2010, Lauren Burgess, Founder and CEO of Dirt Coffee Bar, has worked with individuals with autism at her for-profit company, Garden, Inc. She later realized 90% of autistic people were...

Angela Faris Belt and Nathan Abels pictured next to pieces for their art from “The Nascent” and “Tent Shadows.”

Happy Hour with Angela Faris Belt and Nathan Abels

September 7, 2020

Angela Faris Belt and Nathan Abels, professors and program directors at ACC, were featured in a five day pop up show from September 1st - 5th at Michael...

Back left to right: Paloma, Mezcal Old Fashioned, Tequila Sunrise

Front left to right: Mezcal Mule, Margarita

Preparing for Cinco de Mayo at Home

April 28, 2020

It really is a hard time in the world. Restaurants will be closed in Colorado until at least mid-May, which means finding a great Margarita for  Cinco...

Candid shot of Nolan Arenado on May 2, 2019.


April 12, 2020

Major League Baseball is working with the Center for Disease Control and other agencies to start the season again in May. There are a number of obstacles...

Progenitor: From Arapahoe Community College To The World

Progenitor: From Arapahoe Community College To The World

March 5, 2020

Students and faculty at Arapahoe Community College have probably seen the posters and announcements all over campuses and on the D2L shell encouraging...

Super Tuesday is Here

March 4, 2020

On Mar. 3 2020, 14 states and one territory held their primary elections. The stakes were high for the Democratic candidates, as an abundance of delegates...

Littleton Members gathered around a table on Feb. 13, 2020. First meeting held to talk about the newly formed Littleton Arts & Culture Commission.

A Bright Future For the Arts in Littleton

February 24, 2020

On Feb. 13th, 2020, a group of some of Littleton's most prominent residents, met at the Littleton Museum to conduct the first meeting of the newly formed...

Breaking Through a Century of Red Scare Hegemony

Collage of Karl Marx, courtesy of the artist, Dirt: Son of Earth, @art.o.dirt on Instagram.

Jaymes Grundmann, Editor-In-Chief

February 20, 2020

Over the past century the American public has been subjected to anti-socialist propaganda across all types of media. Starting with “anti-red” union...

Writing center tutor Alejandro Lucero reads

ACC Faculty Reading and Teaching

February 19, 2020

Not very often do professors get to publicly share some of their body of work to their students. The annual Faculty and staff open mic allowed the staff...

Adri Norris poses with ACC students and their collage art at the Parker Campus on Feb. 6, 2020.

Bold Women In History- But Make It Collage Art

February 13, 2020

Representation and discussion matter. Arapahoe Community College understands this, and Student Life has put together events around all three campuses to...

Author Eoin Colfer signing copies of his new book,

Highfire in the Mile High City: An Evening with Eoin Colfer

February 7, 2020

It's a good year to be a fan of Eoin Colfer's work. Twenty years ago now, he took the world by storm with his children's fantasy novel, Artemis Fowl. Children...

Art hung up at the Colorado Gallery of the Arts in Littleton, CO.

Through The Lens: The Next Generation of Local Artists

February 3, 2020

From Jan. 22 through Feb. 11, 2020, Arapahoe Community College is hosting a grand showcase of art from Littleton public schools. The gallery is free to...