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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...

Interested in Student Government? Your time is slowly running out.

Interested in Student Government? Your time is slowly running out.

March 29, 2016

Are you interested in having a positon on the student government here at ACC? Well, your chance is here and will soon be going away. The application d...

Student Life Offered a Free Self Defense Class on March 1

Anthony Silio, Reporter

March 1, 2016

Filed under Community, Entertainment, News

The ACC’s Student Life Department held a free Self Defense class on Tuesday, March 1, at the Half Moon Café. The Half Moon was transformed into a studio of sorts as all the chairs were stacked except for a few that lined the perimeter. A large open space for demonstration was set up directly in the middle of the room and students looked on to learn from their trainers. The two...

New ACC librarian Oliver Batchelor enjoys helping students and staff

New ACC librarian Oliver Batchelor enjoys helping students and staff

January 26, 2016

Humans of ACC is a series of Q&A presentations about students, faculty and staff. Today’s focus is on Oliver Batchelor, reference librarian and ACC ...

Pinnacle advisor leaves ACC and students with a lasting impression

Pinnacle advisor leaves ACC and students with a lasting impression

December 9, 2015

Frodo had Gandalf, Luke Skywalker had Obi-Wan, Harry Potter had Hermione (maybe assisted by Dumbledore) and the Arapahoe Pinnacle had Bob Burdick.  In each ...

ACC Police urge students to be alert, though not fearful, in wake of tragic shootings elsewhere

Caleb Reagor, Arapahoe Pinnacle Contributor

December 8, 2015

Filed under Community, News

In the wake of the recent mass shootings in San Bernardino, Calif. and Colorado Springs, the ACC Police Department is urging students to stay alert and report any suspicious activities around campus. “I don’t want people to operate in an element of fear all the time, but should they be more observant? Yes, definitely,” said ACC Chief of Police Joseph Morris. He...

Op Ed: ACC’s Fall Break schedule can push students to the breaking point

Caleb Reagor, Arapahoe Pinnacle Columnist

December 1, 2015

Filed under Community, News, Opinion

Because ACC combines Thanksgiving break and fall break into one long vacation, students experience unnecessary levels of stress at the beginning of the semester and classes waste precious time at the end of the semester. ACC ought to change its fall schedule to fit the needs of its students. As we head into the final stretch of this Fall 2015 semester, I cannot help but recog...

Student of the Year John Whatley wants to develop new ways to treat illnesses

Student of the Year John Whatley wants to develop new ways to treat illnesses

Carolyn Jarvis, Arapahoe Pinnacle Reporter

December 1, 2015

Filed under Community, News

Humans of ACC is a series of Q&A presentations about students, faculty and staff. Today’s focus is on John A. Whatley, President of the Colorado...

Concurrent student Reagor applies effort to soccer field, as well as campaign field

Concurrent student Reagor applies effort to soccer field, as well as campaign field

November 17, 2015

ACC’s Student Government President, Caleb Reagor, is a man of many skills, a Renaissance man. His talents are exemplified in many fields of life, whether...