The American River Current

Journalists are the victims of political leaders’ games

Journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered by Saudi high officials while criticizing the current government on Oct. 2, 2018. Journalists bring the truth to the people while becoming the victims of political leaders’ games. (Photo by Hameed Zargry)

Hameed Zargry

March 21, 2019

On Nov. 20, President Donald Trump shared his views on the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi by releasing a statement; but his integrity and beliefs on the freedom of press remain in question after he confirmed that he will continue to work with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman (MBS), instead of co...

Uber driving is a flexible option for students

Zabihullah Hashimi poses in front of his car he drives for Uber in a parking lot at American River College on Feb. 20, 2019. Hashimi is a computer science major who is a full-time student at ARC. (Photo By Hameed Zargry)

Hameed Zargry

February 26, 2019

Many students must take odd jobs to support themselves, and for two American River College students, that means driving 100 miles to San Francisco three days a week to reach their educational goals by driving Uber. Zabihullah Hashimi is full-time student majoring in computer science at ARC. When he is n...

How can students help to save the climate?

Students commute by bus to arrive at American River College while some leave campus on Dec. 11, 2018. Using public transportation is one of the many ways to help reduce emissions. (Photo by Hameed Zargry)

Hameed Zargry

December 13, 2018

Climate change is one of the biggest controversial debates among experts and politicians these days. The debate has become a hotter topic among college students after experts recently shared concerns, warning that the climate is changing very fast. Those concerns were expressed in a recent New York Times article...

Former Interpreters for U.S. Army are graduating from ARC

Mohammad Ewaz Wafai, political science major and former interpreter for the U.S. Army reads in the library at American River College on Oct. 3, 2018. (Photo by Hameed Zargry)

Hameed Zargry

October 11, 2018

Three former interpreters who once put their lives in danger in Afghanistan working with the United States military have, in recent years, moved to Sacramento because they received threats from the Taliban. Now, two of those men have graduated from American River College and the third is set to gradua...

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