Spring sports programs close out seasons

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Ed Gebing, Co-Editor-In-Chief
May 9, 2014

Many of the American River College spring sports teams are wrapping up their seasons with some making their way to the playoffs. Others are sadly packing it in until next season. The men’s baseball team lost its final home game of the season with a disappointing 11-0 loss to Diablo Valley College.... Read more »

ARC sports coaches have athletic pasts of their own

Jorden Hales, Staff Writer
March 14, 2014

The term “glory days” is often thrown around lightly by anyone with even the most humble athletic background. The fact of the matter is, most peak at the intramural level, if they’re lucky. Amongst Beaver coaches, however, “glory,” seems all too appropriate in describing their playing careers.... Read more »

College football finally adapts playoff system

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Shedric Allen, Staff Writer
February 27, 2014

College football has been a growing Industry since back in the 19th century and since 1998 the bowl system became the main focal point in college football. For many years the bowl system has taken plenty of shots from the fans who state that the computers can’t decide or see who are the top teams. Especially... Read more »

Battle of the Bowls: Puppies and Kittens face off on Super Bowl Sunday

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Barbara Harvey, Scene Editor
February 6, 2014

Every year for the past decade, millions of viewers have forgone the annual festivities of Super Bowl Sunday in favor of the only thing that could distract Americans from good old fashioned competition – puppies. In its tenth year, Animal Planet’s “Puppy Bowl” continued to serve as a ratings... Read more »

ARC opinions on tense Winter Olympics in Sochi

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Kameron Schmid and John Ferrannini, Sports Editor and Staff Writer
February 6, 2014

When Russian president Vladimir Putin signed a law toward the end of June prohibiting nontraditional sexual relationships, the first question for many non-Russians was how it would affect the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. It’s been seven months since enacting the law and Russian leaders have held... Read more »

Campus reacts to 49ers loss

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Brandon Nelson and Zach Tierney, Web Editor and Photo Editor
January 28, 2014

After last Sunday’s 23-17 loss to the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC championship game, the San Francisco 49ers’ season has come close to a Super Bowl victory but fallen short three years in a row. In 2013 the 49ers lost the Super Bowl to the Baltimore Ravens 34-31. The previous year, San Francisco... Read more »

A very loud pat on the back

Brooke Purves and Shedric Allen, Opinion Editor and Staff Writer
January 24, 2014

After Richard Sherman made a fantastic game-saving pass deflection that turned into an interception to seal the NFC Championship for the Seattle Seahawks, America was intrigued when the Seahawks cornerback blasted his opponent, San Francisco 49ers’ wide receiver Michael Crabtree, during his postgame... Read more »

Vettel takes checkered flag for the eighth straight time with a win in the U.S.

Sebastian Vettel won his first United States Grand Prix this past weekend, his eighth straight win this season, a new record.

Adnan Ramic, Designer and Staff Writer
November 19, 2013

For the second year in a row, Formula 1 came to America to host a racing weekend. Austin, Texas and its Circuit of the Americas hosted both Grand Prix after the circuit’s construction was finished in 2012. Formula 1 is the highest class of auto racing that is sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale... Read more »

No love lost over relocation recommendation

Jorden Hales, Staff Writer and Scene Editor
May 8, 2013

‘Here they stay,’ but Seattle deserves their own NBA franchise The old adage “It’s not personal, it’s business,” is very common in interpersonal dealings, especially ones that involve politics and large sums of money. It’s simple rhetoric used to bring perspective to contentious settings.... Read more »

Men’s cross-country looks to rebuild after back-to-back championships

Jessica Maynard, Sports editor
December 5, 2012

After becoming the first northern California school to win back-to-back state cross-country championships during a 49-year history, the American River College men’s team will be rebuilding. But after losing two standout runners in Matt Airola and Will Melton, is a three-peat possible? “Anything is... Read more »

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