The American River Current

Punishment, not treatment, for Manning in Prison

September 17, 2013

Chelsea Elizabeth Manning is a former U.S. soldier who was convicted in July 2013 of violating the Espionage Act; Manning also happens to be transgendered. Manning, formerly taking the first name Bradley,...

Low cost flu shots available on campus

Low cost flu shots available on campus
September 10, 2013

Low cost flu shots were made available to all students and faculty Tuesday, September 10 with sponsorship from the Sutter Visiting Nurse Association and the American River College Health Center. “It...

Producer uses ARC recording program to further his musical talent

March 12, 2013

Through diversity and challenges Otis "Dogg" Johnson achieved his dreams Despite having a hard time growing up, it’s always important to keep your dreams alive. Otis “Dogg” Johnson was able to...

ARC Professors are honored as “Authors on the Move”

March 12, 2013

Sacramento Public Library honors local authors Two ARC professors, along with 38 other northern Calif. authors, are being honored by the Sacramento Public Library Foundation in an event called “Authors...

Women’s history marches on

Art courtesy of Brian Lopez-Santos
February 27, 2013

ARC's professors look at impact of Title IX in College Hour Due to advancements in women’s rights, women have been given the opportunity to show that they can be just as independent, intelligent,...

News Briefs 2-13-13

February 13, 2013

  New Science/Fine Arts Building   The spring 2013 semester brings a new addition to the ARC campus: the Life Science/Fine Arts Building. The 8,074 square foot building has the latest...

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