ARC students in band TUBDRAGGER

Band members of Tubdragger pose for pictures in a sewer behind Carmichael park, from close to far proximity, Quin Darcy and Garrett Wootton.

Cheyenne Drury, Staff writer
February 25, 2015

ARC students and Commercial Music Recording majors, Quin Darcy and Garrett Wootton dedicate their time to learning music theory and applying that knowledge to their progressive-experimental-psychedelic-jazz band, TUBDRAGGER. The name of the band comes from a story Darcy’s girlfriend’s dad told him... Read more »

Photo Gallery: Madison Hudson preforms at Stoney Inn

February 25, 2015

Country music band Madison Hudson preformed at the Stoney Inn Bar and Grill on Thursday Feb. 12. Photos by Bryce Fraser Vocalist Madison Hudson preforming with her band at Stoney inn. A Jack Daniels... Read more »

February brings the ‘Blues’

The cast of “Blues for Mr. Charlie,” which opens this Friday. Directed by Samuel Williams, the play is the first of the semester at ARC

Kameron Schmid, Editor-in-chief
February 24, 2015

The American River College theater department is commemorating this year’s Black History Month with a production of “Blues for Mister Charlie,” which premieres Friday. Loosely based on the real-life 1955 murder of a black 14-year-old, Emmett Till, playwright James Baldwin originally dedicated “Blues”... Read more »

Vocal Jazz Ensemble will be performing in this years American Choral Directors Association

(From left to right) ARC students  Diana Campos, Chelsea Farnworth, Erick Guerrero, Stephen Greenwood, Julian Cunningham, Megan Ugarte and Lahre Shiflet. ARC's vocal jazz ensemble pose at a photo shoot preparing for their performance at the American Choral Director's Association Feb. 25th-28th conference.

Jose Garcia, Scene co-editor
February 20, 2015

American River College’s Jazz Ensemble is currently preparing for their upcoming performance at the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) 2015 national conference in Salt Lake City, Utah on Feb. 25. The event will go through Feb. 28.  The ACDA is a music-based organization whose objective is... Read more »

ARC students play in local country band Madison Hudson

From left Tristan McNay  bass guitar,  Madison Hudson vocalist, Jesse Szabo gu playing Stony Friday night Febuary 13.

Cheyenne Drury, Staff writer
February 19, 2015

  American River College Students Jesse Szabo, Branden Coleman and Tristan McNay all have two things in common. They all attend ARC and they are all in the Madison Hudson country band alongside Sierra student and lead singer Madison Hudson. Szabo began guitar lessons with Bryon Martin when he was... Read more »

Math professor Anthony Barcellos speaks about his newest book “A Stroll Through Calculus”

Professor Anthony Barcellos’s book “A Stroll Through Calculus”. It is an attempt to explain the basic concepts of calculus to the average person

Helena DoBynes, Staff writer
February 18, 2015

An American River College mathematics professor recently wrote a book seeking to explain the basic concepts of calculus to anyone with the slightest grasp of basic algebra. Anthony Barcellos, past recipient of the ARC Patrons Chair and Faculty Award and Honorarium, is the author of “A Stroll Through... Read more »

Theater students to leave for ACTF Feb. 26

Kameron Schmid, Editor in Chief
February 11, 2015

A delegation of American River College theater students and faculty members will be leaving for Washington next Monday to take part in the annual Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. The ACTF is first split into a regional level before going to a national level. ARC is part of Region 7,... Read more »

Oak Cafe set to re-open Feb. 11

Mary-Ann Myers, Staff Writer
February 9, 2015

The American River College Oak Cafe will be re-opening on Feb. 11 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. every Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday that the campus is not closed. “We will have a new menu every week,” J.D. Skidmore, an instructional aide and dining room manager, said. Culinary students come up with... Read more »

“In your heads” Oscar nomination for best motion picture

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February 5, 2015

Q. Which of the Oscar nominees for best motion picture should win the award?     Brock ThompsonBiology major The Theory of Everything “depicted science in an interesting manner, (it) showed that just because you’re limited to something doesn’t mean you can’t do anything else”   Aggie... Read more »

Video: Virtual tour of the new culinary arts building

Emily K. Rabasto, Web Editor, Assistant Magazine Editor
February 3, 2015

American River College held a dedication ceremony in honor of the new culinary arts building on Friday, Jan. 30, 2015. This is a virtual tour of the building which houses one-of-a-kind art including some donated to ARC by Andy Warhol.      

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