The American River Current

Cocktail Guide: Booze on a Budget

A Cinnamon Old Fashioned, a sweet drink to warm your belly on a cold winter night. (Photo by Patrick Hyun Wilson)

Patrick Hyun Wilson

December 12, 2018

This holiday season, bring home the gift of shared inebriation with these simple tasty cocktails. You can flex your growing palette even with bottom shelf booze and get your friends to ask the age old question, “There’s alcohol in this?” Save on a night out, bring the bar home and try these drin...

Take This Class: Hospitality Management 120

Professor Brian Knirk discussing the wines they are tasting in his Hospitality Management class at American River College Nov. 5, 2018. (Photo by Hannah Yates)

Breawna Maynard

December 12, 2018

Located in the Fine Arts department there is an all-white classroom filled with students dressed in their culinary uniforms and others casual — all with their full attention ready to learn. Hospitality Management 120 is the study of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages that are used in the fo...

Opinion: The thirst for something more at ARC

Sacramento State serves beer under regulation, ARC should follow. Beer tap in a Round Table Pizza at Sac State, March 14. (Photo by Joel Whited)

Joel Whited

March 21, 2017

Imagine having a cold beer in such a stressful environment like college. It is more than possible if done correctly. American River College should consider serving beer on campus in a responsible manner. This campus could use a restaurant or two that are capable of serving alcoholic beverages. Currentl...

Editorial: ARC student leaders lack leadership

Student Senate President David Hylton II speaks at a Club and Events board meeting with Director of Finance Jeremy Diefenbacher at his side.  The two have shown poor leadership skills during their time with the ARC Associated Student Body. (Photo by Kyle Elsasser)

April 11, 2016

When will our student leaders start acting like actual leaders? As long as Student Senate President David Hylton and Director of Finance Jeremy Diefenbacher remain in office, American River College may never receive an answer to that question. Within the last week Hylton has openly expressed a desire to bri...

Opinion: Use your brain, not alcohol or drugs

Following a lifestyle of abstaining from drugs and alcohol, like adherents of the straight edge movement, ensures a college student maximum success in their academic pursuits.

Mychael Jones and Mychael Jones

April 17, 2015

American River College students are adults who can make the conscious choice to attend classes on campus, but making the choice to abstain from drinking alcohol or using illicit drugs to supposedly de-stress is a better and smarter decision to increase test scores and actually learn useful material from...

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