Students train to get combative

In preparation for the Amarillo College Combat Fitness Challenge, the AC Fit Club conducted a competition in front of the clock tower April 8. The competition consisted of pull-ups, dips, and ab exercises. The male and female who had the most pull-ups, dips and hanging leg raises at the end of the day won free admission to the Combat Fitness Challenge.

No Image

Badgers pay it forward by mentoring peers

Paying it forward, giving back and volunteering are just a few phrases that can be used to describe the actions of students on the peer leadership team.

“It is volunteer work,” said Trena Rider, mentoring program coordinator. “They are volunteering because they want to help others be successful, so it’s a pretty big deal.”

No Image

OPINION: ‘We must rise from the ashes’

At some point in our lives, we all have felt insignificant. We all have failed or felt like a failure. We all have disappointed people as well as ourselves, and we all will do it again before our lives are over.

All of us have our faults; some of ours are just more obvious than others. 43.8 million, or 19 percent of all adults, in the United States smoke cigarettes according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention