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On Aug. 29, multiple cars caught on fire in the parking garage at American River College. There are no reported injuries and the parking garage was temporarily closed for cleanup, according to Scott Crow, ARC’s public information officer. (Photo courtesy of Brenda Baker)

Multiple cars catch fire in American River College parking garage

Heather Amberson , Editor-in-Chief August 30, 2022

On Aug. 29, multiple cars caught on fire in the parking garage at American River College.  The campus RAVE system sent out an emergency alert notifying students, faculty and staff of a car fire on...

My 1967 Chevy Nova is essentially my first child, and I have loved every minute working on, writing about and taking pictures of this car. (Photo by Collin Andrews)

Finding my path, from baseball to photography

Collin Andrews, Staff Writer May 20, 2021

We all have challenges finding a passion. The path to finding passion may lead to discomfort, maybe even pain, especially in this weird phase in life that college brings us where we have to decide what...

Matt Paiva smokes a cigarette in front of Davies Hall beneath a sign alerting students to the change in American River College policy that will ban tobacco use effective Jan. 1. (Photo by John Ferrannini)

Smoking to still be allowed in cars, on sidewalk

John Ferrannini November 9, 2015

Implementing American River College President Thomas Greene’s decision to ban tobacco on campus beginning Jan. 1 is up to a committee of administration, faculty, staff and students that meets on the...

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