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Lynaia Moser, 19, an Accounting major, holds a full-time position assisting students in the Center for Leadership and Development on campus. (Photo by Emily K. Rabasto)

Cesar Ramirez and Cesar Ramirez

April 3, 2013

Campus jobs are more attainable than you think The hill to employment may seem steep and full of curves with no railing, but American River College is actually a campus full of attainable occupations. For many people, the reality of the world is full of waiting on an email or call back that nev...

Club Day is a success after its initial cancellation

Two participants running a booth during Club Day.

Natasha Honeywood and Natasha Honeywood

March 23, 2013

Change of Club and Events President stalls Club Day Fight for Education was the theme for Club Day on March 21. With 27 clubs in attendance, food ranging from hot dogs to tri-tip sandwiches, and a stage for any student to display their talents, you wouldn’t have wanted to miss it. If you are wondering ...

Art Institute visits ARC

Art Institute visits ARC

Olesya Sytnyk and Olesya Sytnyk

March 15, 2013

On Thursday, March 14, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Art Institute of California (AIC) visited American River College.  AIC's information table was located at the Library Quad on the campus. The purpose of AIC's visit to ARC was to help students who are looking to continue on to a four-year university. The...

ARC attempts to help students go green

In the newly available parking garage, electric vehicles get priority parking privileges along side handicapped parking on the first floor. (Photo by Emily K. Rabasto)

Mark Ahling and Mark Ahling

March 13, 2013

Electric parking spots remain empty  Don’t be fuelish! If you haven’t seen the phrase yet, you will, because it may be the message American River College is sending its students. The sales of electric vehicles are on the rise, and the availability of vehicle charging spaces is growing. However ...

Spring break: live from Sacramento

White water rafting down the American River is just one of the things students can do during their Spring Break. American River Rentals starts out at $60 for a four-person raft.

Stephanie Lee and Stephanie Lee

March 13, 2013

Fun in the sun without leaving your zip code Your professor dismisses the class and you are finally feeling that sense of excitement that comes with Spring Break: beaches, parties, bikinis and staying up late. It finally hits you that you’ve got very little income and your dreams of an MTV Spri...

Take This Class: MUSM 342

Professor Eric Chun on Mar. 7, 2013 giving a lecture that covers microphones and microphone use.

Cinita Lopez and Cintia Lopez

March 13, 2013

Recording is a very intricate thing to do. When recording any music, vocals or sounds, it’s very important that you understand what types of microphones, amps and instruments you're using. You also need to know what product gets you the best sound quality. Professor Eric Chun teaches MUSM 342: Recording...

Psychological category buster

Cesar Ramirez and Cesar Ramirez

March 13, 2013

A different kind of personality assessment There is a rare form of happiness that comes to those who go to work everyday. These selected few can honestly say they love their job and the people they work with. Clearly, opportunities like these are not available to everyone. However, there are reso...

No confidence man

No confidence man

Mayra Sanchez and Mayra Sanchez

March 13, 2013

It can be hard to maintain a positive attitude about your body image when you look nothing like the girls on television, but nothing has ruined my self-esteem more than my first real boyfriend. I had always been a confident child growing up. I was the only girl amongst four strong-headed brothers,...

Over 2,000 people go nuts for the Donut Dash

Over 2,000 people go nuts for the Donut Dash

Natasha Honeywood and Natasha Honeywood

March 11, 2013

The 5th annual Donut Dash was a huge success, raising $40,000 for the Child Life program at Sutter Memorial Hospital. The event is unlike any other, with a distance of four miles, which includes some tasty donuts. Zack Wandell, founder and coordinator of the donut dash, started this event after hear...

ARC Spring Blood Drive

ARC Spring Blood Drive

Jeff Gonzales and Jeff Gonzales

March 10, 2013

The Bloodmobiles return to campus Tuesday, March 12 and Wednesday, March 13, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. They will be located between Campus Police and the Parking structure. Donors are reminded to eat and drink plenty of fluids prior to donating and to bring a photo ID. For more information, contact...

Psychological category buster

Cesar Ramirez, Staff Writer

March 1, 2013

A different kind of personality assessment There is a rare form of happiness that comes to those who go to work everyday. These selected few can honestly say they love their job and the people they work with. Clearly, opportunities like these are not available to everyone. However, there are reso...

Free money on campus

Cintia Lopez, Jeff Gonzales, Jeff Gonzales, and Cintia Lopez

February 27, 2013

By Jeff Gonzales and Cintia Lopez American River College’s Career Center hosts many workshops and seminars to aid students throughout the semester. All the different types of seminars are held at various times and dates. A list of these can be found at the career center. The scholarship seminars...

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