Vending machines missing due to vandalism

Two vending machines in the Liberal Arts hallway are missing. The empty gap where the machines should be in the Liberal Arts hallway, March 21 2017. (Photo by Jared Smith)

Students may have noticed something missing on campus lately: The vending machines in the outside corridor between the Liberal Arts and Business and Computer Science buildings.

American River College’s Communications and Public Information Officer Scott Crow said that the machines will be returning—he is just not sure when.

“Be of good cheer that snacks are coming back,” Crow said.

According to an ARC maintenance worker who asked not to be named, the vending machines were vandalized and are now in the process of being fixed.

“This is fairly common as far as vandalism to machines,” Crow said.  

The vendor, Canteen, is currently upgrading the machines to have plexiglass windows instead of glass. This way the machines will not be so easily broken into.

Students regularly use these machines for many snacks such as chips, protein bars, and other delights.

It is not currently known when the machines will return.

The Current will update this page when we have more information.

About the Author

Jared Smith
Jared Smith is a second semester student with the Current. Last semester he worked as a staff writer, and this semester he is working as the opinion editor on the paper. Jared is finishing up his AA in journalism and is planning on transferring to Sac State in fall 2017.

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