Current Reports

Protest for Palestine

New Leadership. New Opportunities.

Elgin Hours

A Growing Program

Behind The Memories

Help Wanted: Meet the Three Finalists for Chancellor of ACC

Roads, Rails and Riders: A Look into the Austin Transit Experience

Vision+Voice Makes a Comeback 

Interview with Maxine LaQueene

More than Graphic Design: A Look into the World of Viscom

Understanding Prop A and B on the Ballot

Reflecting on Women’s History Month

The Inner Workings of My Mind: Great Questions Part 1

HB 1686: No Place for Hate

Texas Advocacy Day 2023: Voices of LGBTQ Texans

SXSW: Covering Panels on Data Art and Privacy

Does Fort Hood Have Another Tragic Harassment Case On Their Hands?

SXSW: Innovation Awards Finalist Showcase, Unwrapped

SXSW: Katharine Manning on Trauma-Informed Workplaces

Breaking Threads: Weaving the Changing State of the Austin Art Scene 

Riverbats Call On ACC’s Administration to Act On Housing

Riverbats Defeat Central Texas College in Men’s Basketball Tournament

OPINION: Upcoming Legislative Session Poses Threat for LGBTQ Texans

Inside ACC’s Professional Nursing Program

Magnifying a Unique Type of Student Housing

The Honors Program: curiosity and critical thinking

A Cuban Refugee Spreads the Joy of Music

Ahead of the Curve: Student Mobility in the ACC District

Activist Brandon Wolf on the Pulse Massacre and Finding a Sense of Belonging

Computer Science Club Highlight

State Representative Gina Hinojosa is interviewed via Zoom by ACCENT Editor-in-Chief Pete Ramirez.

Q & A with State Representative Gina Hinojosa

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ACC’s Radio-Television-Film Department Has Brand New Digs

Guillermo Martinez speaks to ACCENT reporter Morris Haywood via Google Meet.

Get Ahead On Your Degree Plan By Taking ACC’s Summer Classes

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How To Write A Successful Scholarship Essay

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UT Students Seek Help From ACC With Community Outreach Initiative

The late Austin artist, Daniel Johnston, smiles with one of his many cassette tapes he would distribute to people near UT.

In the Eye of the Beholder: A Museum Exhibition Review

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ACC’s Student Government Association and How You Can Get Involved

Revealing Different Layers of Pedro “Pete” Ramirez, Editor-in-Chief of ACCENT Student Media

Learn How to Go Green with ACC’s Green Team

Explore Inside Austin Community College’s Dental Hygiene Program

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Keep You and Yours Cyber Secure

Mindfulness for Beginners

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How To Register To Vote

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Looking for a Job? Let Career Services Help

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ACC Students Take Control of Their Finances with Help from Student Money Management Office

Financial Aid for Beginners

Epiphanies and “What Matters!”

Return of Staple!

Opinion: Voting Guide for the 2024 Primary Election and Candidate Impressions

TribFest Explores the Political Spectrum

Reflections of First Gen Students

Do You Have a Story You Want Us to Cover?

Our Newsroom is active throughout the year, with new student reviews, campus news, alumni highlights, and more stories.

  • Epiphanies and “What Matters!”

    Epiphanies and “What Matters!”

    Connections were made and defining moments were shared last month at the Presentation Hall of the Highland Campus, after ACC’s new Chancellor and students of various backgrounds were gathered in meaningful group conversation. The occasion? a student event titled, “What Matters to You Matters! Finding the Authenticity That Shines Through In Applications,” hosted by The…

  • Return of Staple!

    Return of Staple!

    After a five year hiatus, STAPLE! the Independent Media Expo is returning on April 13-14, along with its goal to bring together Austin’s renowned and beloved community of independent artists.

  • Opinion: Voting Guide for the 2024 Primary Election and Candidate Impressions

    In time for election day on March 5, ACCENT Writer Dash Kostka explains how to vote in the upcoming primary election and shares detailed impressions of this year’s candidates in the race for President and U.S Senate.

  • TribFest Explores the Political Spectrum

    TribFest Explores the Political Spectrum

    In three days of late September, Texas’ popular online and non-profit news source, the Texas Tribune, left the confines of the internet and briefly inhabited the Omni Hotel, Paramount Theater and streets of downtown Austin for the organization’s annual Texas Tribune Festival.

  • Reflections of First Gen Students

    In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month in September, students of Hispanic descent dive into the many aspects of coming to terms with their own identity and sense of pride in the culture they were born into.

  • Protest for Palestine

    Protest for Palestine

    Hundreds March at the State Capitol in Solidarity with Palestine.

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