Official Announcement: Policies Updated

Please find the below updated policies and procedures in the online college policy manuals as a result of the following 10 Day Letter and AASC decisions:

Policies Updated

CC Awards Night List of Recipients

AWARDS NIGHT CAMBRIDGE CAMPUS 2015 LIST NAMES

AWARDS NIGHT CAMBRIDGE CAMPUS 2015

ACADEMICS

OUTSTANDING ART STUDENT: SARAH LARSON

OUTSTANDING BIOLOGY STUDENT: KARINA SANDEEN

OUTSTANDING CHEMISTRY STUDENT: MICHAEL BADGER

OUTSTANDING CHOIR STUDENT: HANNI CARLILE

OUTSTANDING COMMUNICATION STUDIES STUDENT: KRISTA WILLIAMS

OUTSTANDING ECONOMICS STUDENT: JOEL CHRISTENSEN

OUTSTANDING STUDENT GUITAR ENSEMBLE: ALICE GOLTER

OUTSTANDING STUDENT CHAMBER ENSEMBLE: ANDRINA MOE

OUTSTANDING PHILOSOPHY STUDENT: MINDA NELSON

OUTSTANDING POLITICAL SCIENCE STUDENT: ADAM SANDQUIST

OUTSTANDING PSYCHOLOGY STUDENT: STEPHEN PEARCE

OUTSTANDING STUDENT R.N. PROGRAM: NATHAN NECHAL

OUTSTANDING WELLNESS STUDENT: AMY GREGG

 

ENGLISH WRITING COMPETITION WINNERS:

CHARLES LARSON AND ZACHARY CROOK

 

STUDENT SENATE:

PRESIDENT: SHAYLA McKINNEY-BUCK

VICE PRESIDENT: CHAZ MILLER

DIRECTOR OF RECORDS: MINDA NELSON

DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS: GRACE UHLENKOTT

DIRECTOR OF TECHNOLOGY: KYLE SIBLEY

DIRECTOR OF FINANCE: TYLER BRAU

OUTSTANDING SENATOR: JOEL CHRISTENSEN

 

PHI THETA KAPPA:

PRESIDENT: KATHLEEN FISHER

SCHOLARSHIP VICE PRESIDENT: MATTHEW McKIBBEN

SERVICE VICE PRESIDENT: REGINA HEITSCHMIDT

FELLOWSHIP VICE PRESIDENT: AMANDA POLLIPNICK

HISTORIAN: LARISSA TEICH

 

STUDENT LIFE CLUBS

STUDENT NURSES ASSOCIATION OUTSTANDING LEADER: JUSTIN FRANKLIN

ENVIRONMENTAL CLUB OUTSTANDING LEADER: ROCHELLE PEACE

OUTSTANDING STUDENT LIFE PARTICIPANT: MINDA NELSON

 

STUDENT WORKERS

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES: JESSE SIEKKINEN

LIBRARY: HANNI CARLILE

RECORDS OFFICE: COLTON MILLER & TIFFANIE MURPHY

 

FOUNDATION VOLUNTEER AWARD: KRISTOPHER KLEIN

 

STUDENT OF THE YEAR: MINDA NELSON

 

TEACHER OF EXCELLENCE/PTK AWARD

PAM FAUSKEE & PETER WAHLSTROM

 

 

Rapids Review is here!

Dear Community,

I am pleased to announce that this year’s student arts and literary magazine,  the Rapids Review, has arrived.

Rapids Review Cover

Thanks to the hard work of the Creative Writing Club and support from the English division, we are able to continue to showcase the creative writing and artwork of our talented students. The magazine features student work selected by a panel of students from the Creative Writing Club. The magazine is free to members of the ARCC community.

Please pick up a copy in the Humanities, Music, or Visual Arts building. There is a reading scheduled for tomorrow, May 1, at 1:00 pm in T228. If you are free, you can come hear our students discuss and read from their creative work.

Tracy (Youngblom) Turner
Department of English

Art faculty and student work populate Metro spring arts scene

Art faculty and student work populate Metro spring arts scene

While Art Faculty member Aaron Dysart’s installation of a giant disco ball at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts (MIA) ended April 19, (details here: http://new.artsmia.org/100/mia-presents-surprise-party-an-unexpected-installation-by-aaron-dysart/), other college artists are poised to show their works!

Anoka-Ramsey Art Club students Andi Rain, Lewis Derry and Derek Prescot, college Art Faculty member Meg Bussey and college Art Studio Manager Erick Wiger are participating in Art in Bloom at the MIA April 30 – May 3, 2015. Participating artists design a flower arrangement inspired by a piece of artwork in the MIA’s collection. For more information, visit http://new.artsmia.org/art-in-bloom-2015.

Works by Anoka-Ramsey Art Department Studio Manager Jessica Shimek, Art program alumna Megan Patry and college staff Anthony Chapin will all appear in Made Here. Led by Hennepin Theatre Trust and Joan Vorderbruggen, the Trust’s Cultural District Arts Coordinator, Made Here is the largest storefront window initiative in the country. Artist installations will appear in the storefront windows of vacant buildings along Hennepin Avenue. The kick-off reception party is June 3, 6 to 9 p.m., in the Marin Courtyard.  For more information, visit: http://www.madeheremn.org/.

Ten college Art Club students are participating in Art-a-Whirl. This weekend-long art festival takes place throughout Northeast Minneapolis and parts of North Minneapolis. Artists will have their studios open to the public to talk about their work and sell art Friday, May 15, 5 to 10: p.m.; Saturday, May 16, noon to 8 p.m.; and Sunday, May 17, noon to 5 p.m. Art Club student work will be displayed and sold in the Grain Belt Bottling House, site 79. For more information, visit: http://nemaa.org/art-a-whirl