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Workshop attendees break open stereotypes

Professor Alina Cervantes spoke to ARC students about stereotypes viewed in society on April 14.  (Photo by Nicole Kesler)

Claire Bathory

April 20, 2016

Update, April 21, 2016 2:46 p.m. : An earlier version of this story incorrectly featured an image from the April 19 brave space taken by Mack Ervin III. The correct image was taken by Nicole Kesler. The Student Diversity Center held a workshop on stereotypes on April 14 to help American River Colle...

Artists breathe life into condemned Hotel Marshall

A row of paintings on display in one of the many rooms of the Art Hotel in Downtown Sacramento on Feb.12, 2016. The art was created by local Sacramento and surrounding area artists and was on display until Feb.13, 2016 before the building was torn down for the new stadium construction. (Photo by Matthew Nobert)

Matthew Peirson and Claire Bathory

February 22, 2016

By Trevor Haynes Throughout January, artists from all over the world slipped into an abandoned hotel to tear up its floors, write all over its walls, splash paint over every surface they could find, and fill the rooms with strange things. From Feb. 5 to 13, the hotel opened tours to the public,...

ARC celebrates staff excellence

EOP and CARE coordinator Diane Delgado (right) talks about award recipient Faryal A. Said (left). Deserving teachers were presented with an award Thursday that was voted on by students at American River College. (Photo by Kyle Elsasser)

Claire Bathory

February 2, 2016

A gathering of American River College staff filled the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) conference room Thursday, for an award ceremony celebrating excellence on campus. Among those present were Faryal Said, recipient of the Classified Senate Employee of the Year Award, and Heidi Fuller Ben...

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