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Life is Worth the Walk club provides resources

Psychology professor Peg Scott (left) and her assistant Melanie Martinez (right)  inform LWW club members how the year will unfold.

Cheyenne Drury and Cheyenne Drury

February 6, 2015

Life is Worth the Walk is a club at American River College that offers suicide prevention information and resources as well as help for students dealing with depression or substance use. LWW had their first meeting of the semester on Feb. 5. The meeting was held in Davies Hall room 111 from 12:15p.m.-1:15p.m. Pegg...

USA national road biker aspiring to be Olympian

USA national road biker aspiring to be Olympian

Cheyenne Drury and Cheyenne Drury

February 3, 2015

An average high schooler’s email might be composed of an unread message from their homeroom teacher, drafts for latest school project, final submission to be sent to turnitin.com and possibly an email from grandma, but Neilson Powless was no average high school student. Powless received an email...

ARC coaches have olympic backgrounds

ARC coaches have olympic backgrounds

Cheyenne Drury and Cheyenne Drury

February 3, 2015

Jeanette Powless and Jim Howard have both taken compelling paths to American River College. Powless competed in the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, while Howard twice won Western States, a one hundred mile race from Squaw Valley to Auburn. Powless grew up surrounded by a family of runners. By the age...

Flower sales return to ARC

Flower sales return to ARC

Cheyenne Drury and Cheyenne Drury

January 30, 2015

American River College's floral department made its first appearance of the spring semester with arrangements made by the floral department for sale on Jan. 29th. All of the proceeds made from sales are put into the horticulture funds, relieving floral students of their lab fees. The floral arrangements...

Kaneko brings art from downtown Sacramento’s E Street Gallery

Kaneko brings art from downtown Sacramento's E Street Gallery

Cheyenne Drury and Lindsey Martin

January 29, 2015

By Lindsey Martin and Cheyenne Drury The James Kaneko Gallery kicked off the spring semester on Jan. 20 with the new show “The Other E Streeters,” a collection of pieces taken from the E Street Gallery in downtown Sacramento. Cherie Hacker, Sam Tubiolo, Roy Tackmen, Dan Hodapp, Caraina Brown,...

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