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Allen Community College is ramping up for the spring term, poised to navigate the challenges brought about COVID-19. According to vice president Cynthia Jacobson, “we’re doing better than we did to start off last semester”…

In a brief scene in “Love and Information,” a play being presented by the Allen Community College Theatre Department this week, Illiana Gallardo of Topeka portrays a woman who learns devastating news.  She reaches for…

Allen Community College continues to navigate and make adjustments due to COVID-19, but appears to be controlling the virus on campus more successfully than earlier in the semester. According to vice president Cynthia Jacobson, ACC…

Allen Community College has been hit hard with COVID-19 since the fall semester began. “We ballooned up to a very large number,” said vice president Cynthia Jacobson, in reference to the total number of cases.…

Kansas reported an increase of 1,855 positive cases of COVID-19 and an additional 40 deaths from Wednesday to Friday, according to a report from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. Allen Community College is…

Allen Community College’s Devan Crow led the Red Devil men’s cross country team to victory in the Red Devil Duals Saturday in Iola. For his efforts, the Allen sophomore was named the NJCAA Division II…

With all apologies to Charles Dickens, Saturday was the best and worst of times for Vince DeGrado. First the good. DeGrado’s Allen Community College cross country teams both shined, with the Red Devil men placing…

“The kids are just amazing to me,” said ACC president John Masterson, speaking in reference to students being mindful of COVID-19. “I’m really pleased with how serious they’re taking everything.” Masterson also seemed pleased that…

Theater tells a story. It might be a fun story that allows someone to escape into a frolicking adventure. It might inspire someone to think about an issue that is socially relevant or provocative. It…

Allen Community College Theatre has announced its performances for the season. Director Trevor Belt said he picked plays that could be performed in a socially distant way for the safety of performers during the coronavirus…