Jennah Booth is a second semester student with the Current. She has served as social media editor in the past. Booth has been at American River College since 2015 and received her associate degree in journalism and mass communication the spring of 2018. She plans to transfer to San Francisco State University to work on her bachelor's degree.
Alexus Hurtado is a third year student at American River College and this is her second semester on the Current. After finishing her general education and lower division major requirements this year, she will be taking her talents to Texas to finish out her education, obtain her degree, and start her career as a writer/journalist.
Hannah Yates is a returning writer for the Current and will be serving as co-managing editor and copy editor for the fall semester. Yates is a fourth semester American River College student and has previous experience with student news, and plans on majoring in journalism and anthropology.
Gabe Carlos is a third year student at American River College. This is his second semester writing for The Current. Gabe is a communications major, and plans on transferring after the spring semester. His goal is to work in the field of sports broadcasting.
Photo Editor | Multimedia Editor
Ashley Hayes-Stone is an award-winning photojournalist who has had her work published in The Sacramento Bee and the Sacramento News and Review. She is now a freelance contributor for SN&R and serves as photo and multimedia editor for the American River Current.
Opinion Editor | Assistant Photo Editor
Tracy Holmes is a second year student on the Current. She is an editor of the opinion section and assistant photo editor and a third year American River College student. Tracy is a journalism major. After finishing her AA/AS degree and certificate requirements, she plans to transfer to a California State University, Sacramento in the spring of 2019 to work on her bachelors of arts degree.
Social Media Editor
Alexis Warren is a third year student at American River College. This is her second semester working on the Current and first semester as the social media editor. Warren is a journalism major and hopes to graduate from ARC with an associate degree, following a transfer to California State University, Sacramento to then get her bachelor's degree. She plans to start her career as a celebrity/entertainment broadcaster soon after she completes her education.
Itzin is a fourth year student at American River College. She is working on her degrees in journalism and psychology, and plans to transfer in the fall of 2019 to the University of California, Los Angeles to work on her film and TV bachelor degree. This is her second semester as a staff writer for the Current.
Felix Oliveros is in his first semester as a staff writer for the Current. He is currently majoring in communications with a concentration in mass media. He plans to transfer to a California State University in the spring of 2019 with the hopes of reporting and covering his passions such as sports, fashion, culture and, especially, music.
Imani Smith is a third year student at American River College. This is her first semester writing for the Current. Imani is a journalism major looking to transfer to a California State University this upcoming year in the fall. Outside of school she can be found procrastinating on school assignments or aimlessly scrolling through twitter for hours.
Christian Sutton is a first semester staff writer on the Current. His major is in communications with a focus on public relations. He has hands-on, volunteer and public relations experience as the chair of communications, webmaster and vice president of Psi Beta Honor Society at American River College. Christian is passionate about organ donation and in an active volunteer in community outreach as a Donate Life Ambassador with Sierra Donor Services. He plans to transfer in Spring 2019 to a California State University to pursue his Bachelor’s Degree in public relations.
Patrick Hyun Wilson
Patrick Hyun Wilson is a first semester staff writer with the Current studying photojournalism. He has a history studying classical photojournalists, Garry Winogrand, Henri Cartier-Bresson, and Robert Capa. His intention is to fuse art photography with journalistic integrity to reignite photography’s importance in journalism. He plans to transfer to Sacramento State in Fall 2019.