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ARC men’s team captures cross-country state title

American River College's men's cross-country team captured the second state title in school history on Saturday, Nov. 19 in Woodward Park in Fresno. (Photo courtesy of Rick Anderson)

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

November 21, 2011

The American River College men’s cross-country team won the California Community College Athletic Association Championship title on Saturday, Nov. 19 at Woodward Park in Fresno. It marks the second state title for the Beavers since 2005, and only the third for a Northern California team to win the...

Beavers complete first 11-0 season in school history

Beavers complete first 11-0 season in school history

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

November 19, 2011

It wasn’t a perfect performance by record-breaking freshman quarterback Andy McAlindon and the American River College offense. But it was damn near perfection for the Beavers defense and special teams. And that is good enough to for the coaching staff and players to scream out perfection. “We’re...

Bowl preview: Defense, special teams key to Saturday’s game

Bowl preview: Defense, special teams key to Saturday's game

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

November 17, 2011

American River College’s football team is on the verge of perfection. However, the biggest opponent of the season stands in the Beavers’ way. ARC hosts Chabot College on Saturday Nov. 19 at Beaver Stadium in the Capitol City Bowl at 2 p.m. The Beavers finished the regular season with a 10-0...

Still perfect, ARC complete first 10-0 regular season since 2005

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

November 12, 2011

Instead of one finger left, it is now ten in the air. American River College football team defeated Sacramento City College 47-28 in the final regular season home game on Saturday, Nov. 12 at Beaver Stadium. The win gave the Beavers the first undefeated regular season since 2005 and the chance...

Beavers looking to finish perfect

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

November 11, 2011

Just one more finger in the air. American River College head football coach Jerry Haflich has been holding up his fingers after each win over the last month to indicate to his players how many games left until the team reaches their “dream” of an undefeated regular season. If all goes as planned...

Operation Education: Veterans return to ARC

By year's end, nearly 40,000 troops will be home from Iraq. Many will be going back to school. Is American River College ready for a potential surge in student veterans? (Photo illustration by Andrew Vasquez)

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

November 9, 2011

For many military members, it was an announcement that would forever change their lives. Standing at the podium in the White House pressroom on Oct. 20, President Barack Obama said that after nine years of war, all U.S. troops in Iraq would be removed by the end of the year. While a percentage...

Beavers’ defense leads the team to a path of victory

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

November 9, 2011

Offense sells tickets. Defense wins championships. Luckily for American River College, this season, the team has both in spades. Flying very much under the radar, thanks to the second-ranked offense in the state, the Beavers’ defense has been just as dominant in 2011. Yielding just 15.0 points per...

Rain can’t stop these Beavers

Rain can't stop these Beavers

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

November 7, 2011

Behind a record-tying day by freshman quarterback Andy McAlindon and a stellar run game, American River College finished off Mendocino College 39-19 on Saturday Nov. 5 in Ukiah, Calif. McAlindon needed just nine games to tie the all-time ARC record of 32 career touchdown passes as he tossed a 12-yard...

ARC dominate at home with 702-yard offensive performance

ARC dominate at home with 702-yard offensive performance

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

October 30, 2011

Despite a four-turnovers in the first half, the American River College football team dismantled Father River College 73-21 at Beaver Stadium Saturday Oct. 29. “I never thought we would get to 73,” Haflich said. “Without the four turnovers in the first half, it could have been a whole lot more.” The...

Q and A with ‘Chappelle’s Show’ co-creator Neal Brennan

Q and A with ‘Chappelle's Show’ co-creator Neal Brennan

Phillip Frields and Trevor Horn

October 26, 2011

Six years after the abrupt and highly-controversial ending to "Chappelle's Show," co-creator Neal Brennan headlined a stand-up comedy show at the Punchline in Sacramento on Wednesday, Nov. 2. Star Dave Chappelle walked away from the sketch-comedy show after only two years on-air and a new $50 million...

Dusty Baker Golf Tournament raises money and awareness

ARC football coach Jerry Haflich, left, and Dusty Baker, right, talking at the second annual Dusty Baker Golf Tournament at Turkey Creek Golf Course in Lincoln, Calif. (Photo by Bryce Fraser)

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

October 26, 2011

Despite never playing a round of golf in his life, Dusty Baker has hit a hole-in-one with the American River College’s athletic department. On Friday, Oct. 21, ARC held the second annual Dusty Baker Golf Tournament at Turkey Creek Golf Course in Lincoln to raise money for the American River College...

With the launch of Google+, Facebook may finally have some competition

Trevor Horn and Trevor Horn

October 26, 2011

Still in its infancy stage, Google Plus, a social media site created by the search engine giant, is the new kid on the block. Since the site was launched on June 28, Google Plus has amassed over 40 million members after lifting the “invite-only” exclusivity to join the site. This may be the...

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