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Editorial: Lift the Smokescreen

Current Editorial Board

April 18, 2015

The United States is a very different place today than it was just 50 years ago. Smoking cigarettes in the office or while dining... READ MORE »»

Caption: Smoking is currently allowed on campus anywhere that is not within 30 feet of a building entrance. That may change following a survey of students, faculty and staff that ended Tuesday.

Following a lifestyle of abstaining from drugs and alcohol, like adherents of the straight edge movement, ensures a college student maximum success in their academic pursuits.

Opinion: Use your brain, not alcohol or drugs

Mychael Jones, Staff

April 17, 2015

American River College students are adults who can make the conscious choice to attend classes on campus, but making the choice... READ MORE »»

Caption: Following a lifestyle of abstaining from drugs and alcohol, like adherents of the straight edge movement, ensures a college student maximum success in their academic pursuits.

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Valor Games photo gallery

April 17, 2015

On April 17, the American River College Veterans Club hosted the Valor Games. The Valor Games is an event that is intended to... READ MORE »»

Caption: Darrel Scott and Eric Gayle stand in line for free food at the Valor Games. Scott was the first president of the Veterans Club at ARC in 1954. Gayle is both a Marine Corps and Army veteran.

"Rain Dance" will have a mural dedication on April 22, which is Earth Day. These ceramic murals were made from ARC's ceramics department and hanged over spring break.

“Rain Dance” mural to be dedicated in the science hall next week

Miranda Bolar, Staff

April 17, 2015

While students were on spring break, the ceramics department was assembling and hanging the new mural that was sculpted last semester... READ MORE »»

Caption: "Rain Dance" will be dedicated Wednesday, which is Earth Day. These murals were made by the ceramics department and hung in the Science breezeway over spring break.

Veterans Advocacy Day is here at ARC

April 17, 2015

During the Veterans Advocacy Day events at American River College on Friday, there were games and competitions for students and... READ MORE »»

Caption: During the Veterans Advocacy Day events at American River College on Friday, there were games and competitions for students and faculty to attend. Here we have two students racing through the obstacle course. Matthew Wilke is holding the GoPro camera and is competing with Mychael Jones.