Articles by Cheyenne Drury


Edward Snowden skypes with ACP students

In 2013 Edward Snowden became one of the most loved and hated men in America when he copied thousands of classified government documents and exposed…


Acorn Awards reward eco-sustainability at ARC

By Cheyenne Drury and Luis Gael Jimenez The American River College printing services department is heading up a directive to reward different departments around campus for…


Inside the ill mind of Hopsin

By Luis Gael Jimenez & Cheyenne Drury When you look into the eyes of rapper Hopsin, it’s hard to look away. The artist has a…




Nobel Peace Prize winner speaks at ARC

Nobel Peace Prize winner Rigoberta Menchú spoke to students and educators in the nearly full cafeteria of American River College on Monday night where she…




Lucid makes dreams come true

Technical difficulties, a year hiatus from playing live and preparing to send off their bassist are just a few of the difficulties local alternative band…



Cross country competes today at Lou Vasquez

Cross country coaches Rick Anderson and Jeanette Powless discussed their teams’ strengths and weaknesses and shared their hopes and expectations for the races today at…