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Academic dishonesty at AC: an in-depth look at cheating

November 20, 2019 The Ranger 0

illustration by Daniar Ballester Cheating worries facultyby Caylee Hanna, Staff ReporterNearly 70 percent of college students admit to cheating on tests or assignments, according to the International Center for Academic Integrity. Some students say cheating is a good way to pass their classes, but Amarillo College faculty members disagree.“Students who copy test answers are foolish,” Rebecca Easton, the dean of liberal arts, said. “They are paying good money for a better future, only to throw it

Looking toward the future: AC’s campus master plan and May 4 bond election

April 22, 2019 The Ranger 0

Early voting begins in bond election:Funds needed to carry out campus master planBy STEVI BRESHEARS, editor in chiefAmarillo College, along with help from architecture firm Parkhill, Smith and Cooper, has developed a ‘master plan’ of projects to improve the AC campuses.“It was developed as the precursor to the next strategic plan,” AC President Russell Lowery-Hart said. “The master plan gives us economic and employment projections and data. It assesses future needs and with it we can build a new