The American River Current

CAEB to compete in writing contest

Clubs and Events Board President Justin Nicholson (right) with student senate president Valencai Scott (left) listen to the board discuss the theme for next semesters Murder Mystery Dinner at the October 11, 2016 meeting.  (Photo by Robert Hansen)

Mychael Jones

November 2, 2016

At their Tuesday meeting CAEB discussed “National Novel Writing Month” (NaNoWriMo) which it has has competed for the last four years. CAEB also talked about the upcoming Club Day for Nov. 17th. The NaNoWriMo is an annual internet-based creative writing project that requires a person to write 50 thousand ...

Editorial: The leaders we deserve

Comments trivializing the deaths of minority groups are not new to American River College's student government (Graphic by Barbara Harvey).

September 29, 2015

How many derogatory things must our student government representatives say before we can say that they’re part of a hate group? In light of Los Rios Student Trustee Cameron Weaver’s comments speculating on whether the Holocaust actually took place, that’s a pretty good question to ask. The So...

New ASB members get to work

New ASB members get to work

Melissa Hurtado and Melissa Hurtado

November 26, 2013

American River College’s Associated Student Body Student Senate has a new president, vice president and four new senators after the Nov. 12 and 13 special elections. Most positions – including Student Senate president – ran unopposed. However, it came down to 36 more votes in Tamara Trecek-Dunning’s...

Challenges and success have been par for the course in ASB

Mark Ahling and Mark Ahling

May 8, 2013

The actions of the Associated Student Body Student Senate are only as effective as the resolutions they’ve passed. Until then, they are only ideas in the think tank. Student Advisor Tanika Byrd said that passed resolutions are only “step 1, so how can we move further on these items?” But time and...

ARC students vote-in Associated Student Body elections

Mark Ahling and Mark Ahling

April 24, 2013

Voter turnout increased due to free food offer The 2013 ASB elections could have repeated the same course as last year, which had lowest voter turnout in the history of the school. From a population of students roughly the size of Fair Oaks, only 296 voted. It was a very small percentage of voter...

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