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Students of the Elevate Program. (Image via ACC.com)

Operating on a Spectrum for Success

May 20, 2020

Raising children comes with various challenges. From teaching them how to walk and speak to how to drive and figure out their own paths as adults, no two...

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How COVID-19 Has Affected Vulnerable Populations In Colorado

May 18, 2020

People of color and immigrant communities nationwide have always been disproportionately targeted by economic and health disparities due to lack of access....

Different COVID-19 signs posted in the front of ACC's main building on Tuesday, May 12, 2020. The signs are specifying the importance of wearing masks before entering.

Is the Pandemic Creating a Different Health Crisis?

May 15, 2020

Many people spend a great deal of effort and energy trying to avoid change. Whether it’s starting a new job, getting fired from a job, the end of a relationship,...

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Don’t Call Essential Workers Heroes – Have Empathy Instead

May 4, 2020

In the article “Social Distancing is a Privilege” by Charles M. Blow, Blow makes the point that, despite how the spread of COVID-19 is being portrayed...

What the Arapahoe Pinnacle Staff is Doing in Quarantine

A collection of photos of what the Arapahoe Pinnacle staff is doing during quarantine.

Pinnacle Staff, Cam Yarumian, Jake Smith, Juana Rocha, Jaymes Grundmann, and Lucas Miller

May 3, 2020

The Pinnacle staff, and everyone else in the world, has been stuck at home, in quarantine. During this time, we all seem to be running out of shows to...

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Struggles of a Parent and Student – #COVIDDiariesOfACC

April 24, 2020

How have students at Arapahoe Community College felt since the strong changes brought on by COVID-19? #COVIDDiariesOfACC is a mini-series composed of non-fiction...

COVID-19 UPDATE

Letter from Diana Doyle

Jake Smith, Reporter

April 23, 2020

ARAPAHOE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Governor Jared Polis has just put out a tentative plan to reopen the state of Colorado. However, with no mention of the schools as of rig...

Flags wave near the north entrance of Arapahoe Community College's main building on the Littleton campus.

ACC Addresses Student and Faculty Concerns Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

April 15, 2020

It has been a complicated time for Coloradans and college students alike. Arapahoe Community College President, Diana Doyle, hoped to alleviate some concerns...

The main entrance and walkway of the Libby Bortz Assisted Living Center. The bricks on the sidewalk provide the names of many different people, perhaps people who have departed or people who helped this center come to life. March 5, 2019

Libby Bortz Assisted Living Among Senior-Living Facilities Affected By COVID-19

April 6, 2020

Arapahoe Community College has taken necessary precautions to keep students and faculty safe during the global pandemic caused by COVID-19. The state of...

Denver Democratic Socialists of America petition to freeze rents on actionnetwork.org

Denver Democratic Socialists of America Call to #CancelRent

April 2, 2020

On Wednesday, April 1, 2020 the Denver chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America hosted a virtual press conference on Zoom called #CancelRent, which...

Who Can Pay Rent During a Pandemic?

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Jaymes Grundmann, Editor-In-Chief

March 31, 2020

On March 23, 2020, Mayor Michael Hancock issued a widely sweeping stay-at-home order for Denver County in order to fight the spread of the Coronavirus pande...

Colorado's Response to COVID-19 - A Virtual Town Hall

Colorado’s Response to COVID-19 – A Virtual Town Hall

March 29, 2020

As of March 28 2020 the United States has 122,246 confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide. The state of Colorado accounts for 2,061 cases and 13 deaths. In an...