Campus Life

Sri Lankan author speaks at ARC

Tuesday’s college hour commenced with Sri Lankan novelist Nayomi Munaweera reading from her second book, “What Lies Between Us.” “As a person of color I…


Young voters can be heard, if they vote

In a crowded classroom in Davies Hall, Steve and Susie Swatt, a former journalist and legislative aide, respectively, informed students about not just their place…


ARC ‘Gears Up’ for Nov. 8

As this election season comes to a close, ARC hosted a college hour titled “Gear Up for the Presidential Election,” educating students on the statewide…



Author uses hip-hop to engage learning

UNITE hosted Dr. Chris Emdin, bestselling author and public speaker who uses the art of hip-hop to keep students, especially students of color, engaged in…



UNITE kicks of Black Lives Matter Brave Space series

American River College’s Universal eNgaging Inclusive Transformative Education (U.N.I.T.E.) program is spearheading a series of events that address the Black Lives Matter movement and the…


Club Day scares up some fun

Students gathered near the quad outside the Cafeteria today for the Monster Mash themed Club Day where mummies were wrapped in toilet paper and games…



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…