The American River Current

Former student arrested for possession of child pornography

Former student arrested for possession of child pornography

Adnan Ramic and Adnan Ramic

December 11, 2014

A former American River College student and elementary school employee was arrested and booked Tuesday night for possession of child pornography. Marcus Rubio, 21, worked at Coyle Avenue Elementary School in Carmichael as a recreational aide and attended the most recent spring semester at ARC, with...

Los Rios Police Department gives back to the community

“We have placed a tree up with these tags on so that our students, and staff can choose a tag and help a child this holiday season,” said Los Rios Police Officer Ben Ernest.

Adnan Ramic and Adnan Ramic

December 5, 2014

The Los Rios Police Department is working with the Salvation Army to give kids presents in time for the holiday season, and are setting a record of sponsoring 500 children. The Angel Tree program, which is set up by the Salvation Army, has decorated trees with tags around various areas. Each tag on...

Photo gallery: ride-along

Adnan Ramic and Adnan Ramic

November 10, 2014

The Current rode along with Cpl. Noah Winchester of the Los Rios Police Department. Take a look at some of the photos below. For the full story, click here. Photos by Adnan Ramic   [slideshow_deploy id='14814']...

Riding shotgun with campus police

Former officer Noah Winchester on a ride-along in November of 2014. Former LRPD officer Noah Winchester on a ride-along in November of 2014. Winchester currently awaits trial for five counts of rape and remains in custody on $3.1 million bail, according to prosecutors. (File photo)

Adnan Ramic and Adnan Ramic

November 10, 2014

Experiences with police vary from warnings or tickets to assistance or protection. In my most recent experience with police, I rode shotgun and witnessed a drug bust. Last month, I participated in the Ride-Along program with the Los Rios Police Department. At 10:35 a.m. on a crisp Monday morning,...

An award winning literary magazine, made by ARC students

An award winning literary magazine, made by ARC students

Adnan Ramic and Adnan Ramic

October 15, 2014

Art can be found all over the campus at American River College. From sculptures and artwork in and around the fine arts department to the Kaneko Art Gallery and poetry recitals. But not many students on campus realize that there is an award-winning literary magazine published from ARC’s campus,...

New students provide perspective of different community colleges

New students provide perspective of different community colleges

Adi Ramic, Quincy Clavelle, Adnan Ramic, and Quincy Clavelle

September 18, 2014

By Adnan Ramic and Quincy Clavelle Students at American River College can take their campus for granted. Whether it is the lines at the financial aid office or the poor conditions of bathrooms, students can sometimes lose sight of or overlook the quality of higher education that is offered to them...

Cafe Europa delight will treat you right

Cafe Europa delight will treat you right

Adnan Ramic and Adnan Ramic

May 2, 2014

Nestled in the parking lot of Century Plaza on Howe Avenue by Nordstrom Rack is a restaurant that brings the palate of Greek and American cuisines to customers. From the moment you walk into Cafe Europa, the scenery conveys a simple and at-home look that makes you feel welcome. The cafe recently relocate...

Who’s a friend and who’s a foe in new Captain America film?

Adnan Ramic and Adnan Ramic

April 7, 2014

You can take the captain out of America, but you can’t take the America out of the captain. “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” the new Captain America film from Marvel, relies heavily on the plot of “Captain America: The First Avenger,” the first Captain America film, and moviegoers s...

Christian play making a return after 16 years

Christian play making a return after 16 years

Adnan Ramic and Adnan Ramic

April 2, 2014

For hundreds of decades, the story of Jesus Christ has been told in several media, including live performance. This year a drama that was once considered “the largest theatrical production in Northern California” returns to the stage for Easter. “For What Purpose”, a play written and produce...

Dining on a dime while on a budget

Dining on a dime while on a budget

Adnan Ramic and Adnan Ramic

March 26, 2014

Most people would rather go out to eat rather than to stay at home and cook a homemade meal. As a result, students find themselves spending more than they should on fast-food. For the same price as a full meal at a fast-food place, students can make food that is larger in quantity, tastes better, an...

Kicking brass and taking names

The City of Trees Brass Band performed both original pieces and popilar compositions, such as Daft Punk's

Adnan Ramic and Adnan Ramic

February 19, 2014

Four members of the City of Trees Brass Band treated students to a spontaneous performance at the Rose Marks Pavilion on Feb. 11, but the complete band also performed in midtown with all of their members Saturday at Shine, a cafe located at 1400 E Street. The 10-member band played a total of three...

Opinion: Fierce competition of motorsport should be brought to the college level

Opinion: Fierce competition of motorsport should be brought to the college level

Adnan Ramic and Adnan Ramic

February 9, 2014

The website for the NCAA boasts a variety of sports featured as a part of the organization. One sport not found, is motorsport. Ironically, the NCAA headquarters is based in Indianapolis, a city well known for its motorsport events. Many people will immediately argue that racing is not a sport. Allow...

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