The American River Current

Photo of the Day: 9-9-13

Sophomore football player Sione Umufuke playing some sweet sounds and enjoying some downtime between classes and practice. The ARC football team won their season opener on Saturday in Monterey 40-2 and will host rival Sacramento City College at Beaver stadium this Saturday for their home opener at 1 p.m. Photo by Ed Gebing

Ed Gebing and Ed Gebing

September 9, 2013

Sophomore football player Sione Umufuke playing some sweet sounds and enjoying some downtime between classes and practice. The ARC football team won their season opener on Saturday in Monterey 40-2 and will host rival Sacramento City College at Beaver stadium this Saturday for their home opener at 1...

Photo of the Day: 9-6-13

Carly Ashen passes the ball to her teammate in a Women’s Water Polo match against Orange Coast College on Friday, Sept. 6, 2013. ARC quickly gained the lead over Orange Coast College in the first half, ending the half with a 5-3 lead. ARC ended the match with a win. The final score was 8-7. Photo by Emily K. Rabasto

Emily K. Rabasto and Emily K. Rabasto

September 6, 2013

Carly Ashen passes the ball to her teammate in a Women’s Water Polo match against Orange Coast College on Friday, Sept. 6, 2013. ARC quickly gained the lead over Orange Coast College in the first half, ending the half with a 5-3 lead. ARC ended the match with a win. The final score was 8-7. Photo by...

Daily Photo: 9-5-13

Daily Photo: 9-5-13

Korbl Klimecki

September 5, 2013

An array of flowers which were on sale by the horticulture department in the Student Center today.

Tips and Tricks for New Students

Tips and Tricks for New Students

Jonathan H. Ellyson and Jonathan Ellyson

September 5, 2013

Long lines, heavy traffic, and cramped buses are all typical of the beginning of the semester. Whether you are a new student or a returning student, plan ahead to avoid the rush. Parking: Get to school early; even with the parking structure, spaces fill up fast. Your best time to find a parkin...

Daily Photo: 9-3-13

Daily Photo: 9-3-13

Alex Panasenko

September 3, 2013

ARC’s Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management program has begun construction of an expansion to the culinary arts facilities.  In addition to a new Oak Café and a street front entrance to the cafe, the building will also include a candy lab and more teaching spaces. The building is expected to b...

Photo of the day: 8-29-13

David Himojosa (left, Sport Science major) and Carter

Emily K. Rabasto

August 30, 2013

David Himojosa (left, Sport Science major) and Carter "The President" French (right, Diesel Mechanics major) jokingly challenge each other to a push up contest outside the liberal arts building near the Rose Marks Pavillion on Thursday, August 29. Photo by Emily K. Rabasto

Daily Photo: 8-28-13

Daily Photo: 8-28-13

August 29, 2013

Morgan Medrano (left, Geography major) and Sergio Moreno (right, American Sign Language major) are showcasing their talents in the ARC Rose Marks Pavilion by playing the guitar and ukulele.

Photo of the day: 5-10-13

Photo of the day: 5-10-13

May 10, 2013

Kristina Casper-Denman (left), anthropology professor here at ARC, and Manuel Ruedas (right), ARC Counselor for PUENTE, speaking at the PUENTE outreach conference before Grant High School students on May 10, 2013, at The Hub in the Student Center. The event, among other things, included a raffle and ...

Photo of the day: 5-8-2013

Photo of the day: 5-8-2013

Staff Photographer

May 9, 2013

CSUS, California State University of Sacramento visited ARC on May 8, 2013 for transfer information event. Pawan Wallace, Financial Aid Officer at CSUS Financial Aid Office (left) and Josef Preciado, International Admissions Counselor (right), talking to ARC students during the event.

Career Center events fail to draw an audience

Noreta Avagyan of Career Center by the entrance to Meeting Room 2 at the Student Center during April 25, 2013 Career Fair greeting students at the entrance to the fair, handing out information pamphlets and answering questions that students have.

Natasha Honeywood and Natasha Honeywood

May 8, 2013

Students have been unaware of services provided to them The Career Center is a place students can go if they need help with résumés, internship programs, and learning how to dress professionally for an interview. With these workshops being offered, some students still know absolutely nothing about th...

The struggles of an ESL student

Olesya Sytnyk and Olesya Sytnyk

May 8, 2013

College’s travails are worse when you struggle with English There is a belief that the best chances to be fluent in a foreign language is when you’re introduced to it at a very young age. I came to the U.S. in my late twenties with my speech muscles firmly formed for the Ukrainian and Russian ...

Take this class: PSYC 390 – Psychology of Death and Dying

Professor Nancy Miller explains an exercise where she asks students to arrange cards with words on them in order of most important to least important to them in her class Psychology 390 or Psychology of Death and Dying, on Tuesday, April 29, 2013.

Sam Urrea and Sam Urrea

May 8, 2013

The moment a life has come to an end is often difficult for people to come to terms with.  Family members and friends can be left mourning for their relatives’ deaths with immense distress and a sense of confusion. PSYC 390 offers ARC students the opportunity to discuss the matter openly and prepare...

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