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Denver Zoo Lights display presents animal light displays, music and more through Jan. 3

Denver Zoo Lights display presents animal light displays, music and more through Jan. 3

December 8, 2015

The Denver Zoo has been given a makeover for the holidays with its annual showing of the Zoo Lights. From the Winter Wonderland to the North Pole, Zoo Lights has something for everyone. The event is o...

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

Caleb Reagor, Arapahoe Pinnacle Contributor

December 8, 2015

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...

Despite delay, Denver Parade of Lights a joyous occasion downtown

Despite delay, Denver Parade of Lights a joyous occasion downtown

December 8, 2015

Denver’s Friday night 41st annual 9News Parade of Lights did not have a dazzling beginning as a deflated balloon stalled the parade for almost an hour. ...

Op Ed: Look at the similarities in Brady, Osweiler career beginnings

Anthony Shaw, Arapahoe Pinnacle Sports Columnist

December 2, 2015

Anyone who watches football understands the magnitude of the rivalry between Tom Brady and Peyton Manning. All season long, the entire league was looking forward to what could perhaps be the last head-to-head between these two legends. It was a game everyone around the country was tuned in for. That was until Peyton Manning suffered a torn plantar’s fascia in his foot...

Op Ed: Kobe is going, but no NBA fan should forget him

Anthony Shaw, Arapahoe Pinnacle Sports Columnist

December 1, 2015

When crumpling up a piece of paper, the first instinct is to fade away from the trash bin and shoot the wad of paper. When the wad is sailing through the air you don’t shout MJ, you shout K-o-b-e. Over the past 20 years, the NBA was taken by storm by a 17-year-old guard out of Philly. He was the first high schooler ever taken in the NBA draft, and to this day. At the...

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

Caleb Reagor, Arapahoe Pinnacle Columnist

December 1, 2015

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...

Craft fair at Castle Rock retirement home has ACC representation

Craft fair at Castle Rock retirement home has ACC representation

December 1, 2015

CASTLE ROCK – Even though Thanksgiving was still a few days away, the weekend before the feast was the perfect time to do a little Christmas shopping...

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

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...

Klobnak Quintet to perform at ACC Nov. 19

Klobnak Quintet to perform at ACC Nov. 19

November 19, 2015

The Jason Klobnak Quintet will perform on Thursday, Nov. 19 from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in the Waring Theater. Klobnak is a music instructor at the ACC...