The American River Current

John Vesely of Secondhand Serenade discusses his experience performing in Sacramento

March 12, 2013

After Secondhand Serenade’s show at the Boardwalk in Orangevalle on Feb. 28, The Current got to sit down with vocalist/multi-instrumentalist John Vesely for a quick interview about the show. Current:...

Take This Class: MUSM 342

Professor Eric Chun on Mar. 7, 2013 giving a lecture that covers microphones and microphone use.
March 12, 2013

Recording is a very intricate thing to do. When recording any music, vocals or sounds, it’s very important that you understand what types of microphones, amps and instruments you're using. You also need...

Secondhand Serenade soothes a rambunctious crowd at the Boardwalk

March 2, 2013

Secondhand Serenade vocalist/multi-instrumentalist John Vesely has a way of connecting with a crowd, and the intimate setting of the Boardwalk in Orangevale seemed like a second home to him. The crowd...

Free money on campus

February 27, 2013

By Jeff Gonzales and Cintia Lopez American River College’s Career Center hosts many workshops and seminars to aid students throughout the semester. All the different types of seminars are held at...

Counseling at ARC struggles towards end of semester

Counseling at ARC struggles towards end of semester
December 5, 2012

Students unsatisfied with long waiting times while office looks to alternative methods When you walk into the counseling office at the end of the year, you see chairs filled with students just waiting...

In Our Heads – Cintia Lopez

December 5, 2012

TV: “Bones” –  “Bones” is filled with murders, love, humor and drama. It follows Dr. Temperance Brennan and FBI agent Seeley Booth as they solve murders and bring back identities to the bones...

Behind the ‘Domestic Crusaders’

November 21, 2012

Six-person cast of ARC’s dramatic-comedy give insight to their characters A family of six Pakistani-American Muslims will take the stage at American River College for the school’s second theater...

Make Believe Time

Make Believe Time
November 8, 2012

ARC student preps his horrific feature film debut Millions of people dream about making a movie. The tragic part is that most let it sit there and don’t do anything with their ideas. American River...

Q and A with director Sam Williams on Domestic Crusader’s

November 7, 2012

After Sept. 11, 2001 many Americans became overly cautious around certain types of people. ARC Theatre’s production of “The Domestic Crusaders,” by Wajahat Ali, shows the audience the life of a Pakistani-American...

The Joy of X fails to inspire joy

The Joy of X fails to inspire joy
October 29, 2012

The Joy of X: A Guided Tour Of Math, from One to Infinity by Steven Strogatz can be a useful tool for confusing a person more on the subject of math. It’s basically a math teacher in the form of a book....

‘The Time Keeper’ is uninteresting, clichéd time-waster

September 19, 2012

A suicidal teenage girl and a wealthy man in his mid-80s have one thing in common: they wish to end their lives in ways they’re not meant to end. Father Time, the first man to ever count the hours, has...

Cafeteria worker checks out

Cafeteria worker checks out
May 3, 2012

After 33 years of working at American River College, Doris Rodriguez will be retiring from working in food services. Rodriguez has seen many changes throughout the years, “When I first came in 1978...

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