The American River Current

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...

The welcomed chaos of dating

The welcomed chaos of dating

Mayra Sanchez and Mayra Sanchez

May 8, 2013

Dating has been awkward, frustrating, and lonely at times, but it has also been fun, exciting, and new. I live for those moments of chaos, frantically searching through my room for my lost high heel shoe, while my date waits downstairs, or staying up late texting when I know I have class early in the...

Art has a home at American River College

Linda Gelfman, the only ceramics teacher at ARC, speaking at the dedication of the mural made by the ceramics department for the DSPS office on the ARC campus on April 26.

Jeff Gonzales and Jeff Gonzales

May 8, 2013

Students in fall ceramics class display their art in DSPS Art is something that can be appreciated by many people for years to come. It can entertain, inform, or inspire. Students in the fall 2012 ceramics class hope to inspire their peers with the new mural they created for display in the lobby of...

Photo of the day: 5-6-13

Photo by Alex Panasenko

Alex Panasenko and Alex Panasenko

May 6, 2013

Art major Ryan Scott on April 25, 2013, inside the Student Center near Meeting Room 2, practicing for his appearance on TV. Photo by Alex Panasenko

Photo of the Day: 5-2-13

(Left to Right) High school student Flavio Venegas, 16, and American River College creative writing major Tona Miranda, 24, preform a traditional Native American ritual using incense and drums outside the student center on Thursday, May 2. (Photo by Emily K. Rabasto

Emily K. Rabasto and Emily K. Rabasto

May 2, 2013

(Left to Right) High school student Flavio Venegas, 16, and American River College creative writing major Tona Miranda, 24, preform a traditional Native American ritual using incense and drums outside the student center on Thursday, May 2. Photo by Emily K. Rabasto

Photo of the day: 5-1-2013

Photo of the day: 5-1-2013

Staff Photographer

May 2, 2013

Alejandra Juarez, Human Services major, takes advantage of a bake sale held by the ARC Children’s Center outside the student center on Wednesday, May 1, 2013. Money earned from the bake sale goes to help the workers and board members for the Children’s Center.

Career fair brings job opportunities to campus

Career fair brings job opportunities to campus

Tracy Johnson-Novak and Tracy Johnson-Novak

May 2, 2013

Bright balloons and sunshine welcome students and guests to the Career Fair at American River College on Thursday, April 25. The fair, the first to be held in the Community Rooms in the new Student Center, featured 26 employers looking to hire and give students a convenient place to research jobs and...

Photo of the day: 4-30-13

Photo of the day: 4-30-13

Korbl Klimecki and Korbl Klimecki

April 30, 2013

An increased police presence on campus has been noticed in days following the Boston bombings. This vehicle was parked near Davies hall Tuesday and coincidentally near the bike racks, which has in the past, had bikes stolen from it.

Scene Calendar

Korbl Klimecki

April 24, 2013

    [stextbox id="info" caption="Scene Calendar"]   All the workshops and department events on campus. [/stextbox]   ...

Being in a love triangle is overrated

Being in a love triangle is overrated

Mayra Sanchez and Mayra Sanchez

April 24, 2013

As if my life isn't already complicated enough, I have somehow found myself in the middle of a love triangle. After dating a guy for a couple of months, and seriously considering settling down, my ex (as if he has some sort of "Mayra’s happy, let's go mess it up" radar) contacted me wanting to catch...

Fusing the gender gap at American River College

(From left to right) Melissa Scheetz, Katherine Collingwood and Sarah Spitzer pose in their welding gear in the lab on April 10, 2013.  Scheetz, Collingwood and Spitzer all competed in the SkillsUSA competition in San Diego on April 4-7. (Photo by Stephanie Lee)

Stephanie Lee and Stephanie Lee

April 24, 2013

Female welders take on their male counterparts in class and at skills competition  In any job field that is typically male dominated, women have to constantly strive to prove themselves. Welding is no different. According to the Tulsa Welding School in Tulsa, Okla., less than 6 percent of the work...

Five things you didn’t know about the ARC library

ARC student Victor Villarreal, biology major, using the library’s laptop to do his anthropology class homework. Laptops at the library are available for check out for two hours at a time.

Natasha Honeywood and Natasha Honeywood

April 24, 2013

Services often overlooked by students are available all year long The library has more to offer students than just a quiet place. Their services are constantly being updated and are offered to help students reach their full potential. Here are five things that you may not have known about the libr...

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