The American River Current

Senate approves $12,000 for March in March funding

Associated Student Body Senate President David Hylton II, urges more community involvement from the board next semester during the Senate meeting on Thursday, Dec. 3. 
(Photo by Jordan Schauberger)

Jordan Schauberger

December 10, 2015

The Associated Student Body Student Senate passed three bills at its meeting on Dec. 3, including $12,000 to fund the upcoming March in March. The March in March is a yearly demonstration traditionally held in downtown Sacramento in which students seek to make lawmakers aware of their opinions about co...

Faculty now able to contact campus police via desktop icon

A screenshot of a faculty member's computer shows the emergency response notification icon, or ERNI, near the top, right corner. The ERNI was installed on computers of faculty and staff as part of the American River College administration's Safe Campus Initiative. (Screenshot of ARC faculty computer)

Lena DoBynes

November 20, 2015

In an effort to increase campus safety, many faculty members’ computers across campus were installed with a program that allows the user a new avenue to contact campus police. The Emergency Response Notification Icon, or ERNI, appears as a bright pink triangle with an exclamation point in the center...

ARC expected to remain accredited after visit

Marvin Martinez, the chair of the 12-member accreditation visiting team, presents the team's findings in the American River College Theater on Thursday. Martinez told ARC administration, faculty, staff and students what they were doing well on and what needed to improve at the college. (Photo by John Ferrannini)

John Ferrannini

October 8, 2015

It is expected that American River College will remain an accredited institution, according to accreditation liaison Adam Karp after Thursday’s presentation by the 12-member team responsible for an external report on the college. Accreditation determines whether units students earn at the school...

ARC WiFi overhaul to begin next month

American River College student Brian Wong, left, works on homework in the Student Center with his friend Israel Solomon, a UC Riverside alum who visited Wong on campus. Wong said that he only uses the WiFi in certain areas of the campus. (Photo by John Ferrannini)

John Ferrannini

September 23, 2015

The American River College WiFi network is undergoing a major overhaul this year. The project to increase the capacity of the school’s wireless connectivity will begin in Davies Hall and is expected to be completed by the end of the Spring 2016 semester. Faculty wanted to include more technol...

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