Editorial: You are not entitled

Current Editorial Board

March 26, 2015

Filed under Current Editorial, Opinion

American River College is very diverse. On this campus, one can find students of every age, race, religion, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic background. Unfortunately, ARC is representative of society in another way: there... Read more »

Director of “Blues for Mr. Charlie” doesn’t need to apologize for anything

Current editorial board

March 8, 2015

Filed under Current Editorial, Opinion

We tend to want to look away from things that make us uncomfortable. Sometimes, however, something is so uncomfortable that we not only need to look, we shouldn’t be warned or mince words. American River College professor... Read more »

Editorial: Online forum on Current website allows students to buy, trade, and sell books

Current Editorial Board

February 12, 2015

Filed under Current Editorial, Opinion

Students need a place outside of the Beaver Bookstore to buy, sell, and trade textbooks with each other. The Beaver Bookstore, American River College’s student supply center, currently has a textbook buyback program in place... Read more »

Don’t tolerate the violence

November 10, 2014

Filed under Current Editorial, Opinion

Witnesses of the four-woman brawl that began in the cafeteria and escalated to the area in front of the bookstore on Oct. 27 expressed shock that an institution of higher learning was the scene of such an occurrence. “I’m... Read more »

Bachelor’s Degree program should be available at ARC: Third largest community college in California should offer more opportunities

October 20, 2014

Filed under Current Editorial, Opinion

Bachelor’s degrees for select disciplines will be offered at 15 California community colleges beginning in 2017, but, somehow, not at American River College. With ARC being the third largest community college in the state... Read more »

Didn’t vote? Doesn’t matter: Disenfranchised ASB voters still have no answers

September 16, 2014

Filed under Current Editorial, Opinion

Following the second Associated Student Body Student Senate special election in one year, Jorge Riley has once again been denied the Student Senate presidency, losing to opponent Tamara Dunning by a margin of one vote. But... Read more »

Dear Mr. President.

Current Staff

May 6, 2014

Filed under Current Editorial, Opinion

Los Rios Community College District Chancellor Brian King announced April 22 that he will be recommending Thomas Greene, vice president of Lake Tahoe Community... Read more »

Consequences of rape culture

Current Editorial Board

April 24, 2014

Filed under Current Editorial, Opinion

April is national Sexual Assault Awareness Month and unfortunately our community has become even more aware of sexual assault with the string of rapes occurring... Read more »

Opinion:Editorial

Current Editorial Board

March 24, 2014

Filed under Current Editorial, Opinion

Following the arrest of a petitioner accused of slapping theater major Peter Messick on March 4, American River College students have begun to question the advisability of allowing the campus to operate, as Dean of... Read more »