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ARC women’s basketball falls to Sierra

ARC guard Demontra Harrison dribbles the ball up the court during their loss at Sierra.

Kevin Sheridan and Nicholas Corey

January 26, 2015

By Kevin Sheridan, Co-Sports Editor and Nicholas Corey, Staff Writer American River College’s women’s basketball team lost to rival Sierra College on Friday by a score of 76-49. ARC started the game slowly, with Sierra getting off to a 10 point lead early in the first period, and ARC struggled...

ARC prepares for Wednesday storm

ARC prepares for Wednesday storm

Kevin Sheridan and Kevin Sheridan

December 9, 2014

American River College is due to be in the crosshairs of what has been called the biggest storm to hit the Sacramento region in the last six years on Wednesday. Meteorologists expect heavy rains and winds of up to sixty miles per hour. Due this potential for damage, the administration is preparing...

ARC to offer new Humanities class

ARC to offer new Humanities class

Kevin Sheridan and Kevin Sheridan

December 5, 2014

American River College will be introducing a new course entitled Humanities 355: Introduction to World Religion during the spring 2014 semester. According to the course description, the class will focus on the focus on the origins and development of major world religions including Christianity, Islam,...

Los Rios police advise students on nature trail safety

Los Rios police advise students on nature trail safety

Kevin Sheridan and Kevin Sheridan

December 2, 2014

In the wake of the violent crimes that have occurred on the Arcade Creek nature trail, which borders ARC, the Los Rios Police Department are attempting to promote safety tips to students who travel the trail. The LRPD has already posted signs on the trail warning students about the crimes that have...

Veteran’s Resource Center honored with award

Veteran’s Resource Center honored with award

Kevin Sheridan and Kevin Sheridan

November 26, 2014

The Veteran’s Resource Center at American River College was one of three community colleges awarded the Chancellor’s Student Success award by State Chancellor Brice Harris. The award was given for “fostering student success and equity,” according to a press release sent out by the Chancellor’s...

Third club day will donate to injured veterans

John Ferrannini and Kevin Sheridan

November 18, 2014

By Kevin Sheridan and John Ferrannini The Associated Student Body Clubs and Events Board will be hosting its third Club Day of the semester on Nov. 20. The event will be hosted from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the liberal arts breezeway if it is raining that day and in the student center quad if it is...

ARC vets assemble for kickball game

ARC vets assemble for kickball game

Kevin Sheridan and Kevin Sheridan

November 10, 2014

A group of American River College students who are also military veterans organized a amicable game of kickball on the field outside of the administration building. The game was held on Friday, Nov. 7 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and was organized both for the upcoming Veterans Day holiday on Nov. 11 and as...

ARC assistant professor’s book to be featured at upcoming college hour

ARC assistant professor’s book to be featured at upcoming college hour

Kevin Sheridan and Kevin Sheridan

November 5, 2014

Armageddon has been a fascination of Kel Munger's since she was a child, and on Thursday, she's the speaker at a College Hour all about the end of the world. Munger is an American River College professor who is currently writing a book, “The United States of Armageddon,” and has been a Sacramento...

ARC shows Halloween spirit with display

ARC shows Halloween spirit with display

Kevin Sheridan and Kevin Sheridan

October 31, 2014

A group of classified staff and faculty set up a Halloween display in the atrium of the administration building. The display features scarecrows, pumpkins, and gourds. The display, spearheaded by Ann Stepper, is set up annually. American River College staff members donated the items included...

ARC hosts Club Day to promote anti-bullying message

ARC hosts Club Day to promote anti-bullying message

Kevin Sheridan and Kevin Sheridan

October 31, 2014

Thursday's “Geeks and Goths” themed Club Day featured giveaways, games and a booty shaking competition, as clubs represented at the event handed out candy to students and advertised their clubs. The event was hosted by American River College’s Clubs and Events Board, and promoted an anti-bullying...

College Hour highlights coming out as gay

College Hour highlights coming out as gay

Kevin Sheridan and Joseph Daniels

October 28, 2014

By Joseph Daniels and Kevin Sheridan Imagine being disowned by your parents because you are gay. Some students at “The Tragedy of Coming Out,” a college hour at American River College presented by Fierce President Brett Spencer, don’t have to imagine. They’ve lived through it. Spencer...

Scary movie night showcases horror movies

Scary movie night showcases horror movies

Kevin Sheridan and Kevin Sheridan

October 28, 2014

Every Wednesday throughout October, the Center for Leadership and Development’s Sages program will host a scary movie night in community room two from 12-7 p.m. This event has been held every Wednesday since Oct. 1 and screens horror movies to interested American River College students. Last...

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