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Dylan Lillie

Dylan Lillie, Arts/ Culture and Sports Co-Editor

Dylan Lillie is a third-semester Communications major at American River College. This is his second semester on the Current and Dylan aspires to continue his education at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and become a sports broadcaster or sports journalist.


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Athletes and fans have been away from school sports for a while. With COVID-19 cases rising across the country, it seems sports themselves may have to wait even longer before returning to action. (Photo courtesy of

ARC sports without fans is better than nothing

Dylan Lillie, Arts&Culture/Sports Co-Editor
December 10, 2020
Students at ARC are preparing for another year online, but welding students will have to wait another semester to see if classes will be offered for them. Only first responder training courses will be offered on campus during the Spring 2021 semester. (Photo courtesy of

ARC’s spring schedule leaves welding students stranded once again

Dylan Lillie, Sports and Arts & Culture Co-Editor
November 23, 2020
Zoom is challenging professors at ARC to keep continuity within their classes due to many different connectivity problems. (Photo by Dylan Lillie)

Professors stay positive while facing Zoom challenges

Dylan Lillie, Arts & Culture/ Sports Co-Editor
November 10, 2020
ARC Welding professor Jose Bueno has been teaching students by uploading demonstration videos in attempts to give students the most accurate in-class experience. (Photo by Emily Mello)

ARC welding classes hurt by pandemic, but are still essential

Dylan Lillie, Arts & Culture/Sports Co-Editor
October 31, 2020
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