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Athletes and fans have been away from school sports for a while. With COVID-19 cases rising across the country, it seems sports themselves may have to wait even longer before returning to action. (Photo courtesy of Unsplash.com)

ARC sports without fans is better than nothing

Dylan Lillie, Arts&Culture/Sports Co-Editor December 10, 2020

Collegiate sports have many different elements, whether it be pre-game preparation or plays and schemes that haven’t ever been run to attempt and confuse the opposing side. But due to the COVID-19 pandemic,...

Trump’s recent loss in the 2020 election has caused him to spiral and attack the very foundation of our country by claiming widespread voter fraud. However, multiple studies have shown little to no voter fraud, and any that was reported didn’t provide the quantity needed to change the election. (Photo courtesy of Unsplash.com)

Trump’s unwarranted victory declaration proves his oblivious mindset

Dylan Lillie, Arts & Culture/Sports Co-Editor November 25, 2020

What we saw the night of Nov. 3 was nothing short of an embarrassment for President Donald Trump, but nobody can say they were surprised. The Trump campaign’s issue over the last four years has been...

Students at ARC are preparing for another year online, but welding students will have to wait another semester to see if classes will be offered for them. Only first responder training courses will be offered on campus during the Spring 2021 semester. (Photo courtesy of Unsplash.com)

ARC’s spring schedule leaves welding students stranded once again

Dylan Lillie, Sports and Arts & Culture Co-Editor November 23, 2020

American River College verified that the 2021 spring semester will be online—just as the fall 2020 semester has been. This will affect every student differently, but some will be left with very few options....

Zoom is challenging professors at ARC to keep continuity within their classes due to many different connectivity problems. (Photo by Dylan Lillie)

Professors stay positive while facing Zoom challenges

Dylan Lillie, Arts & Culture/ Sports Co-Editor November 10, 2020

American River College is officially going through its second semester online due to the COVID-19 outbreak, which has caused the campus to find different ways for students to communicate from their homes.  This...

President Trump has been heavily targeted for constantly adding his personal opinions into the first 2020 Presidential debate. Cutting the candidates microphones could be the only way for us to understand what the different sides are going to do differently for the people. (Photo by Dylan Lillie)

Hold President Trump accountable for the actual questions asked, not his interruptions

Dylan Lillie, Arts & Culture/ Sports Co-Editor October 19, 2020

The first of two presidential debates between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden is already in the books, but the only issue is that Trump didn’t come to have a debate, instead,...

Los Rios Community College Spring 2020 athletes have been granted extended eligibility for their semester of school, and fall students will hear shortly whether the LRCCD will grant eligibility for their semester as well. (Photo by Dylan Lillie)

State college association to allow spring 2020 students to annul season and gain eligibility back

Dylan Lillie and Will Minke October 19, 2020

It’s been over six months since the California Community College Athletic Association canceled the seasons for spring 2020 sports. Now, nearly halfway through the fall 2020 semester, this previous cancelation...

Students at American River College have been given the option to change any Spring 2020 semester class failing grade to an excused withdrawl or EW on their transcript due to challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo illustration by Dylan Lillie)

ARC allows excused withdrawals for spring 2020 students amid COVID-19

Dylan Lillie, Arts & Culture/ Sports Co-Editor September 24, 2020

By: Dylan Lillie  [email protected]   The Los Rios Community College District’s decision to transition to online courses due to the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the American River College...

According to the Los Rios Community College District, if air quality index (AQI) readings exceed 200, they may again temporarily suspend the few on-campus operations going on this semester. According to the CDC, any AQI readings exceeding 300 are considered hazardous. (Photo courtesy of Rachel Leibrock)

District plans to monitor AQI levels as wildfires ravage the state

Dylan Lillie, Sports Editor September 21, 2020

Since August, wildfires around California caused the air quality in Sacramento to increase to unsafe levels. On the morning of Sept. 8, Sacramento’s air quality index (AQI) reached 484, according to...

The American River College fashion department has begun to make masks for local hospitals and other groups (Photo courtesy of pixbay.com)

ARC fashion department designs masks to help the community combat COVID-19.

Dylan Lillie, Staff writer May 18, 2020

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, protective face masks have become an important resource for people. However, due to shortages across the world, they haven’t been the easiest thing to find.  This...

  Due to the worldwide pandemic, Dmv pushes their license expiration date to July 1st. (Photo courtesy of pexels.com)

COVID-19 pushes DMV to extend license expiration dates

Dylan Lillie, Staff Writer May 18, 2020

Since the mass outbreak of the COVID-19 in March and resulting lockdowns around the country, government offices everywhere have been closed. Due to these closures, people are not currently able to do renewals...

Governor Gavin Newsom plans to gradually reopen the state of California, which is a gradual way for the state to open up in attempts of the COVID-19 outbreak under control according to Newsom. (Photo by Emily Mello)

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s plan to reopen the state

Dylan Lillie, Staff Writer May 18, 2020

California's Gov. Gavin Newsom has laid out a three-stage plan to open the state back up in response to the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States.  This three-stage plan, developed in late April, ...

Recently, the NBA has been discussing starting up their new season as early as June 2020, which has come with serious backlash from medical professionals. (Photo courtesy of wikipedia.org)

NBA rushing back to get on the court may come with consequences

Dylan Lillie, Staff Writer May 13, 2020

The National Basketball Association was the first of the mainstream sports leagues to suspend its season due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The season ended abruptly on the night of March 11 when it was announced...

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