The Arapahoe Pinnacle

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...

A car with the words

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,...

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...

A white paper hung up at grocery store on March 27, 2020. It is posted in the paper isle limiting households of only two paper products.

The Importance of Retail Workers-#COVIDDiariesOfACC

April 22, 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...

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Summer of Reprieve

April 15, 2020

Just about every teen movie I can think of relays the experience of just how hard life can be when you are young and trying to figure it all out. The never-ending...

How to Stay Sane During a Pandemic

A bike left on the side of a sidewalk on April 2, 2020.

Cam Yarumian, Reporter/Photo Editor

April 9, 2020

Even though this tunnel may seem very large and endless there is an end to it. Treating it with seriousness and keeping our distance, we can stop the spread...

Michelle Durr, second-year psychology major, writes “Child Abuse casts a shadow the length of a lifetime” on a T-shirt April 4, 2018, in the Atrium of Arapahoe Community College in Littleton, Colo. Throughout the month of April, ACC strives to raise awareness of domestic violence and sexual assault in the community with events such as The Clothesline Project. For resources or more information, contact the Dean of Students Office in room M2720 or via email at acc.dos@arapahoe.edu.

Through the Lens: Making Shirts, Raising Awareness

April 5, 2018

Michelle Durr, second-year psychology major, writes “Child Abuse casts a shadow the length of a lifetime” on a T-shirt April 4, 2018, in the Atrium...

Emptiness

Scent of Empty

December 7, 2016

Scent of Empty Driven down to the children's ward, I crawl up through the backless gown, after taking an hour to get out of my pants, and little white...