News Briefs

Alex Panasenko and Alex Panasenko

Art on display by ARC students

The works of ARC students are on display in Crocker Art Museum. The cost of admission is $10 general and $8 for senior and students. It takes places at the Education Center on 216 O St. from now through Dec. 16, at 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday and Thursdays until 9 p.m. For information, contact ARC’s Fine Arts Club or the Crocker Art Museum.

Christmas Concert

An evening of season music and carols at Sacramento Central Seventh-day Adventist Church located at 6045 Camellia Ave. takes place on Saturday, Dec. 8 at 6 p.m. (doors open at 5:15 p.m.) Admission is free. For more information, call (916) 457-6511

Student Discount

Your student ID is good for more than just being your official college ID or library card; it can also get you discounts with some businesses that offer student discounts. Here are some ideas and suggestions for saving money with your student ID.

Reviews on websites like Yelp show that you can go see a movie at some theaters or eat out at some restaurants with a student discount. You can also Google “student discounts” to see what’s available. “Ask any vendor if they offer discounts,” reads a tip from the ARC website. “Many vendors do not advertise that they offer a discount to students, but often will do so if you ask them. It’s a good idea to ask when you enter the store, instead of waiting until you begin to pay for an item.”


Final exams take place from Friday, Dec. 14 to Thursday, Dec. 20.

Winter Break

The ARC campus will be closed for winter recess from Monday, Dec. 24 to Tuesday, Jan. 1.  Instruction begins for the Spring 2013 semester on Saturday, Jan. 19. There will be no school on Monday, Jan. 21 for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.



On page two, in the “Los Rios to see increase in funds” story, the name of the theater art major student is misspelled and should be Rachelle Peterson.

On page five, in the Sports Updates, in the Football brief, the first name of the player is misspelled and should be Samson Faifili.

On page nine, in the “Happy to play the blues” story, the name of one of the songs and its artist are mixed up in the info box and should read: “County Line” by Dr. Dog.