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Vet Services adds work study positions

With a new all-time high in attendance of veteran-students on campus, American River College has hired four work-study students to help with enrollment services. With…


PTSD: America’s invisible disability

He is haunted by it everyday. “The boogeyman,” 33-year-old American River College student and former Marine infantryman Daniel Ayers said. “I am always worried (about)…






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Parking Dos and Dont’s

Driving around in circles looking for an available parking spot could feel a lot like playing musical chairs. Fueled by an obsessive amount of iced…


ARC undergoing parking renovations

For the nearly 35,000 American River College students struggling to find parking in one of the 3,454 slots available for students, including motorcycle and disabled,…


Community colleges are hot topic for Obama

On Tuesday, Jan. 24, President Barack Obama delivered his 2012 State of the Union address with education overhaul continuing to be a key talking point….


Los Rios chancellor set to retire

After 16 years of service as the chancellor of the Los Rios Community College District, Brice Harris announced his retirement on Jan. 12. The 63-year-old…