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American River College’s football team loses 24-14 against San Mateo Junior College on Sept. 24 at ARC. (Photo by Carla Montaruli)

American River College loses 24-14 against San Mateo Junior College

Carla Montaruli, Staff Writer September 29, 2022

On Sept. 24, the American River College football team lost its game 24-14 against San Mateo Junior College at the Beavers stadium. “Certainly, I don’t feel great, I think this is an entire football...

Wanda Ali, ASB vice president, discusses Bill F22-05 during the ASB Zoom meeting on Sept. 23. (Screenshot via ASB)

ASB approves up to $10,000 in funding to support the collaboration between ASB and the ARC athletic department

Carla Montaruli, Staff Writer September 29, 2022

During its meeting on Sept. 23, the American River College Associated Student Body unanimously approved Bill F22-05. With this bill, ASB allocated up to $10,000 in funding to support the collaboration...

Students are back in class in the new Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics building at American River College - just one of the many campus changes. (Photo by Jaqueline Ruvalcaba & Carla Montaruli)

ARC students see changes in the facility and education services on campus

Since March 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic started, many aspects related to the facility and education services have changed at American River College.  Returning students who have not been able...

The American River College Associated Student Body held their second meeting of the year on Sept. 9 to vote on a new $7,000 bill and broke down how that bill would affect the campus. (Photo via ARC website)

ASB unanimously votes to approve $7,000 bill for Constitution and National Voter Registration Days

Jonathan Plazola, Staff Writer September 20, 2022

On Sept. 9, the American River College Associated Student Body voted to unanimously approve Bill F22-04. The bill will provide up to $7,000 to support programming, and supplies and bring awareness to...

Free student parking continues at American River College during the fall 2022 semester. Parking regulations will still be enforced. (Photo by Heather Amberson)

Free parking for students continues for the fall 2022 semester

Gina Gangursky, Staff Writer September 19, 2022

American River College will continue to provide free parking for students during the fall 2022 semester. Fee-based parking has been suspended since March 2020, when COVID-19 forced the Los Rios Community...

American River College’s football team won the first game of the season 13-15 against Sacramento City College on Sept. 3 at ARC. (Photo by Carla Montaruli)

American River College football is back with a win against Sacramento City College

Carla Montaruli, Staff Writer September 15, 2022

American River College’s football team is back on the field. The team played its first game of the season at home against Sacramento City College on Sept. 3. The ARC football team brought home the...

Fans watch the volleyball game against Fresno City Junior College on Sept. 2 at American River College. (Photo by Carla Montaruli)

Fans are once again allowed to watch indoor and outdoor sports at American River College

Carla Montaruli, Staff Writer September 13, 2022

This semester, everyone can support the Beavers athletes, both indoor and outdoor at American River College.  Due to COVID-19, fans weren't allowed to watch indoor sports for almost two years, but...

On Aug. 29, multiple cars caught on fire in the parking garage at American River College. There are no reported injuries and the parking garage was temporarily closed for cleanup, according to Scott Crow, ARC’s public information officer. (Photo courtesy of Brenda Baker)

Multiple cars catch fire in American River College parking garage

Heather Amberson , Editor-in-Chief August 30, 2022

On Aug. 29, multiple cars caught on fire in the parking garage at American River College.  The campus RAVE system sent out an emergency alert notifying students, faculty and staff of a car fire on...

Students and faculty have been on Zoom for over two years, and there are things that can be done to jumpstart a return to campus in the fall semester of 2022. Hosting events and making more classes hybrid would help to make a successful return to campus. (Photo by Jahson Nahal)

ARC should host more events on campus to connect students

The Editorial Staff May 26, 2022

With the restrictions from the COVID-19 pandemic starting to loosen and be lifted, colleges are starting to make a return to campuses. But with many classes still being fully online, there are things that...

erry Haflich has dedicated his last 23 years to American River college taking on many different positions to benefit all student needs. (Photo Courtesy of Jerry Haflich)

Assistant athletic director Jerry Haflich set to retire after 23 years at ARC

Maya Barber, Feature Editor May 18, 2022

Over the last 23 years, Jerry Haflich, assistant athletic director and professor at American River College, has helped athletes reach their potential, but he considers his biggest win to be his long marriage...

Discussion boards have been a big part of online learning at American River College. They provide students the opportunity to interact with their classmates about several different topics. Some people find these discussion boards helpful while some find them a hassle. (Photo Illustration by Jahson Nahal)

Discussion boards provide interaction for online ARC students

Jahson Nahal, Sports Editor May 16, 2022

For some students at American River College, the most interaction they’ve had with their classmates has been via messages sent to them on discussion boards. ARC shifted online in March 2020 due to the...

Voting allows all people from the United States to cast their vote to help make a change in society (Photo via freepik)

Vote to be heard

Maya Barber, Feature Editor May 16, 2022

Voting is an important standard in our community. It allows many to have a voice and make changes that are needed to uphold the standards. In history, numerous laws have prevented many from being heard,...

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