Because everyone makes mistakes…
2014 at AC in review
We are coming back!!!
After 35 years of service to Amarillo College, Dr. Paul Matney will retire this summer. During those years, he interacted with countless students, faculty, staff and community members. Here’s what some of them they had to say about one of the most popular presidents in AC history.
When my husband and I first became friends, one of the many things that drew me to his family was game night.
No type was off-limits. The years passed in a blur of boards, cards, laughter and the occasional curse word. Guitar Hero, charades, Monopoly, sardines, Cranium, marbles, Risk; as long as someone knew the rules, we played it.
With school pressing in and finals around the corner, it’s nice to take a little break and get away for an hour or two.
I have found movies are a good way to get that break from work, school and all the stress in between.
Many moons ago, deep in the dungeon of the CUB, beings known as planeswalkers began an epic war for control of the multi-verse. Necromancers raised armies of undead to battle archangels and their legions of brave soldiers.
Firemages poised with flaming storms of destruction faced off against sorcerers whose mastery of illusions is unparalleled.
Amarillo College employs instructors with all sorts of backgrounds. Some have taught at other institutions. Others are fresh out of college.
Then there are those who combine their curriculum with real-life experiences.
After raising funds in the fall and spring, Badger Hearts members hosted their annual Hope Chest Banquet Saturday at Amarillo College.
Ten foster youths received certificates of graduation sent by Gov. Rick Perry, and three AC students received Hope Chest checks from Texas Child Protective Services, said Lesley Ingham, a speech instructor and club adviser.