During the spring semester, the Amarillo College Honors Program took an international trip to Cambodia. The group included 12 presidential scholars, Honors Coordinator Judy Carter, new AC President Dr. Russell Lowery-Hart and PBS Videographer Jackie Smith.
Justin Furstenfeld, a plati- num- selling artist and lead singer of the rock band Blue October, gave a sold-out show Saturday in Amarillo College’s Ordway Hall auditorium.Furstenfeld and guest Ashleigh Stone performed for more than 450 enthusiastic fans. FM90, AC’s alternative rock radio station, and AC Student Life sponsored the show.
Television programs glorify it. Professors frown upon it. College students all around the United States say they are simply doing it to pay their way through college.
“Sugar baby” is the term given to a young woman or man who offers companionship and, in return, receives money and gifts from an older benefactor, a “sugar daddy” or “sugar mommy.” College students across the nation are taking advantage of such arrangements to pay their way through college. According to a recent report, the sugar baby trend in Texas universities, similar to that in colleges and universities across the nation, is steadily growing.