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ARC ends academic year with annual commencement ceremony

John Ferrannini, Managing editor

May 21, 2015

Hundreds of American River College students marked the end of their community college education Wednesday when they participated... READ MORE »»

Caption: American River College graduate Aundrey Mosley speaks at Wednesday's commencement ceremony. Mosley lauded the Class of 2015 for moving forward in its education in spite of obstacles.

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Multicultural poet attributes her success to her time at ARC

Cheyenne Drury, Co-Arts&Culture editor

May 18, 2015

A Cameroonian and American poet reflects on her time at American River College and how it brought her writing to a matured exploration... READ MORE »»

Caption: Viola Allo shows off her name tag at the 2014 SummerWords. Allo saw poet laureate Rita Dove speak that year.

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Homeless couple returns to ARC to take classes and collect recyclables

John Ferrannini, Managing editor

May 12, 2015

As he carries around a white, plastic Hefty bag in the hot afternoon, Bill Cheely said people don’t look at him the same anymore. “It’s... READ MORE »»

Caption: ARC student Denise Cheely sifts through a trash receptacle on campus looking for recyclables that she and her husband, Bill Cheely, can turn in for money. The Cheelys spend several hours per day sorting through trash in-between classes.

The American Civil Liberties Union concluded a survey in 2014 that found that one in five college students experience some form of sexual assault during their tenures. More alarmingly, 95 percent of the sexual assaults go unreported.

Opinion: Catcalling is a sign of a forgotten time – it’s time it ends

Noor Abasi, Staff

May 12, 2015

As a college student, I look forward to advancing in my education through school and other experiences that come along. Unfortunately,... READ MORE »»

Caption: The American Civil Liberties Union concluded a survey in 2014 that found that one in five college students experience some form of sexual assault during their tenures. More alarmingly, 95 percent of the sexual assaults go unreported.

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DAM! Vol. 2 Issue 1 e-edition on issuu.com now!

May 5, 2015

DAM! is a student-run magazine at American River College. Stories include train hoppers, the art of the pickup, surviving suicide... READ MORE »»