Take This Class: Music 310: Music Vocals


Matthew Wilke, Staff Writer
November 21, 2014

“The music is inside you,” said American River College music professor Catherine Fagiolo during her MUIVI 310: Instrumental Voice Class. “Learn how to sing from your body, not your throat.” Instrumental voice is designed to help students improve their vocal range, breathing and mouth techniques,... Read more »

Thanksgiving Harvest Hoedown thrown to connect students to clubs


Thomas Santos, Staff Writer
November 21, 2014

American River College and the Associated Student Body Club and Events Board hosted their third club day of the semester Thursday, with proceeds going to support wounded veterans. The event’s theme was Thanksgiving Harvest Hoedown. The event was originally scheduled to be held outside but was moved... Read more »

REC 300: Introduction to Recreation and Leisure Services

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Breana Herndon, Staff Writer
November 20, 2014

Recreation is known to be a fun and athletic thing but if you are looking for something more academic, Recreation 300 is the perfect class. Recreation 300 is taught by American River College’s women’s water polo and swim coach Bethany Black. The class, despite its name, is in a classroom setting... Read more »

Third club day will donate to injured veterans

Kevin Sheridan and John Ferrannini, Scene Editor and News Editor respectively
November 18, 2014

The Associated Student Body Clubs and Events Board will be hosting its third Club Day of the semester on Nov. 20. The event will be hosted from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the liberal arts breezeway if it is raining that day and in the student center quad if it is not. It will feature a Harvest Hoedown theme... Read more »

Patrons Club aims to connect with college community


William Cameron, Staff Writer
November 14, 2014

The Patrons Club at American River College held a sale in the Student Center on Nov. 5, selling books, grab bags and other homemade items in an effort to raise money for their organization. The Patrons Club has been holding the sale for roughly 20 years, according to Ellen Read, the president of the... Read more »

Horticulture department hosts plant sale


Matthew Wilke, Staff Writer
November 14, 2014

The horticulture department at American River College hosted a plant sale on Thursday, selling decorative houseplants, exotic plants, fruits and vegetables, and even herbs. The club also provided books that can be used as a guide to tending to your new plants. All the plants on sale were grown by the... Read more »

Magic players gather at American River College


Brandon Nelson, Web Editor
November 14, 2014

To kill time before classes, many students at American River College play games with their friends or by themselves. One group of students pass their time with Magic: The Gathering, playing the trading card game every day in the student center. Some of these participants are veteran players who can be... Read more »

Photo gallery: ARC student rebounds from cancer

November 11, 2014

Wheelchair basketball star Alicia Szutowicz uses ARC’s adaptive P.E. to train for the paralympics. For the full story, click here. Photos by Joseph Daniels and William Cameron ARC student Alicia Szutowicz plans to compete in wheelchair basketball,... Read more »

ARC vets assemble for kickball game


Kevin Sheridan, Scene Editor
November 10, 2014

A group of American River College students who are also military veterans organized a amicable game of kickball on the field outside of the administration building. The game was held on Friday, Nov. 7 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and was organized both for the upcoming Veterans Day holiday on Nov. 11 and as a... Read more »

Lecture at ARC discusses America’s obsession with the end of the world


Brandon Nelson, Web Editor
November 7, 2014

“It’s the end of the world as we know it,” sang American River College journalism professor Kel Munger, quoting the R.E.M song during the opening of her lecture on Nov. 6. Munger presented an hour-long lecture on the end of the world and why Americans are so obsessed with it. Munger said she hopes... Read more »

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