The American River Current

ARC drops final game of season, 5-1

American River College second basemen Elena Avila hits a single in the bottom of the sixth inning against San Joaquin Delta College. (Phot by Emily Mello)

Katia Esguerra

April 29, 2019

The American River College Beavers softball team lost to San Joaquin Delta Mustangs, finalizing its  season with a score of 5-1 on April 23. ARC got off to a rough start against SJD within the first three innings with the bases loaded. Rodriguez Janelle, catcher for SJD, hit a home run helping her...

Finding direction with personality types

One anonymous teacher shares the struggle of not getting to see her students in person now that the campus remains closed.

Katia Esguerra

April 11, 2019

Being lost and undecided is a common feeling amongst students when it comes to what direction to pursue. Having to decide and declare a major can be stressful and sometimes it’s difficult to pinpoint exactly what to do and what students enjoy doing. Classes may be uninteresting, too difficult, and too stressfu...

Journalism is part of the answer, not the problem

Ariel Casper keeps up with what’s happening on campus, reading news that affect students, faculty and staff. (Photo illustration by Katia Esguerra)

Katia Esguerra

March 19, 2019

From the moment we wake up, we are faced with an overload of information competing for our attention — every second, every minute and every hour of the day. However, with the ease of access on the internet and overload of information, I have to constantly remind myself that this is a distraction; a...

LGBTQ+ ally training addresses misconceptions

The LGBTQ+ Pride Center provides information about resources to students, staff, and faculty. (Photo by Katia Esguerra)

Katia Esguerra

March 6, 2019

Here at American River College in the HUB, the Pride Center is making changes to help support, educate and inform the community on how to be an ally to LGBTQ+ students. Emilie Mitchell, coordinator for the ARC Pride Center and faculty member for the psychology department, defined LGBTQ+ for students and...

“Ecotones” brings virtual space to the Kaneko Gallery

Frankie Vanity, a gallery intern, demonstrates a Virtual Reality segment of Ecotones, an interactive exhibit in the James Kaneko Gallery by artist Rachel Clarke. Gallery intern Jade Jacobs assists in the background on Jan. 28, 2019. (Photo by Patrick Hyun Wilson)

Katia Esguerra

February 13, 2019

The advancement of digital technology has impacted the art world. Stepping into the Kaneko Gallery, you may not think it looks like much. However, the minimalist environment was a portal through a virtual reality space where art was experienced through iPads, headsets, remote controls, and a temporar...

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