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New Student Trustee Elected in Special Election

Less than .01 percent of students voted in a special election to replace recalled former Student Trustee. In another widely under-attended election, Keith “KC” Kimber,…


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Planning ahead won’t kill you

Free rides from participating bars on St. Patrick’s Day The luck of the Irish only goes so far. St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday celebrated…


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Journalism reserves stolen from library

Professors provide replacement books for stolen library reserve copies. Within the first two weeks of this spring semester, at least two books went missing from…


Women’s history marches on

ARC’s professors look at impact of Title IX in College Hour Due to advancements in women’s rights, women have been given the opportunity to show…


Free online courses may not transfer

Online class provider, Coursera, provides free courses that don’t transfer. Late priority for enrollment. A student body competing for limited class slots. Costly tuition. Classes…


ASB Moves Forward Despite Losses

CAEB President resigns, The Hub has resources for students. The past weeks have been a rough start for the American River College Associated Student Body…


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News Briefs 2-27-13

By Nikita McGee-Davis SPRING RECESS There will be a recess from Monday, March 25, 2013, to Sunday, March 31, 2013, due to spring break. Classes…



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Professor’s rant spurs student walk out

Professor Brozovich meeting with administration College professors are always challenging their students to think critically. By using examples from their own experience along with an…


“Lobby Day” controversy

The heart and soul of American River College lays amidst the bustle and clank of the new Starbucks and in the middle of the new…


Women in combat

Lifted ban on combat roles stirs controversy among female veterans on campus On Jan. 24, 2013, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta lifted the ban on women…