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Vision+Voice Makes a Comeback
Students share their thoughts at ACC’s revived literary festival By Angelica Ruzanova Humans are storytelling creatures. From cave drawings of star clusters to our fast-paced appetite to connect in the digital terrain today, we discover the world and ourselves through waves of proliferating knowledge. Our curiosity makes us human, and Austin Community College aims to … Continue reading “Vision+Voice Makes a Comeback “
Interview with Maxine LaQueene
ACCENT Media’s Digital Editor, Foster Milburn, interviews Maxine LaQueene in efforts to advocate against anti-trans laws. Watch Foster and Maxine discuss topics on human rights, the reality of being trans in Texas, the disenfranchisement and abuse that has befallen the trans community, and what we can do at Austin Community College to remain level-headed in today’s highly polarized society.
More than Graphic Design: A Look into the World of Viscom
Story by Amelie Cox Visual Communication, also known as Viscom, is another world in and of itself. The rabbit hole of umbrella categories and sub-disciplines can be overwhelming at first glance. However, ACC’s faculty and staff have centered the department around student success. With an emerging digital presence, specialized graphic skills are more prominent than … Continue reading “More than Graphic Design: A Look into the World of Viscom“
Understanding Prop A and B on the Ballot
Local elections for the state of Texas take place on Saturday, May 6. Here’s what you need to know before heading to the polls.
Reflecting on Women’s History Month
ACC International Programs and Office of Experiential Learning hosted Global Storytelling about Women: Empowerment and Disruption panel on March 28 with presentations from staff and students alike. The presenters discussed a variety of topics such as feminine ideals, fairy tales, monsters in literature, and stories of indigenous women in politics.
The Inner Workings of My Mind: Great Questions Part 1
An essay on being a student with a neurodivergent brain by ACCENT writer Aaron Moeller. This article is part of the Student Welfare Series, exploring the Great Questions program in the ACC humanities department.