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On March 16, 2020 the area outside of Davie’s Hall at American River College is completely empty, as face-to-face classes have been suspended indefinitely in an effort to contain the COVID-19 virus. After more than a year of lockdown, the ARC campus plans to reopen itself to students in Fall 2021. (Photo by Oden Taylor)

A student’s guide to returning to campus

Cicily Thomas and Athena Acevedo May 3, 2021

Returning to campus after over a year of distance learning can be confusing. There have been changes made every day, with future changes determined by whether new COVID-19 variants will become dominant. As...

Dogs from Lend a Heart Lend a Hand Animal-Assisted Therapy were at American River College on Dec. 9, 2019. (File Photo)

Lend a Heart helps students de-stress with therapy dogs

Heather Amberson February 25, 2020

Lend a Heart, a nonprofit organization that provides animal-assisted therapy, will host a therapy dog day on Feb. 27, outside of the Library Quad, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. If there is rain, the event will...

Phi Theta Kappa project organizer Kevin Jenco speaks to CAEB whip Laurie Jones about future activities the club have planned. Phi Theta Kappa are hosting their first annual fundraiser banquet at the Timber Creek Ballroom in Roseville, California on Mar. 12. (Photo by Jordan Schauberger)

Phi Theta Kappa hosts first annual fundraiser banquet

Allante Morris and Sharriyona Platt February 11, 2016

By Allante Morris and Sharriyona Platt The Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at American River College is hosting their first annual fundraiser banquet to provide a forum for the many student artists at...

American River College students expressed reactions both positive and negative to the new campus ban on smoking that went into effect on Jan. 1. (Photo By Kyle Elsasser)

ARC students have varying reactions to the new campus-wide smoking ban

Shiavon Chatman and Hannah Darden January 28, 2016

By Hannah Darden and Shiavon Chatman American River College’s new smoking ban is affecting all students and faculty, but even amongst the complaints, those who must now leave campus for their smoke...

Psychology professor Peg Scott (left) and her assistant Melanie Martinez (right)  inform LWW club members how the year will unfold.

Life is Worth the Walk club provides resources

Cheyenne Drury and Cheyenne Drury February 6, 2015

Life is Worth the Walk is a club at American River College that offers suicide prevention information and resources as well as help for students dealing with depression or substance use. LWW had their...

A motorcycle parked between cars on August 29, 2013. According to Los Rios Police Department policy, Motorcycles may not park in regular vehicle spaces. ARC has motorcycle parking in lots A, C and G. (Photo by Alex Panasenko)

A spot of their own

Ed Gebing and Ed Gebing September 17, 2013

This story was written by Ed Gebing and Jessica Maynard. Due to the limitations of our platform, it is published multiple times under a joint, and two individual bylines. You’re running late for your...

A motorcycle parked between cars on August 29, 2013. According to Los Rios Police Department policy, Motorcycles may not park in regular vehicle spaces. ARC has motorcycle parking in lots A, C and G. (Photo by Alex Panasenko)

A spot of their own

Jessica Maynard, Ed Gebing, and Jessica Maynard September 17, 2013

  This story was written by Ed Gebing and Jessica Maynard. Due to the limitations of our platform, it is published multiple times under a joint, and two individual bylines. You’re running...

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