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CAEB discusses Rock Out to Knock Out Stigma success

CAEB president Mariana Topich discusses how well the Rock Out to Knockout Stigma event went in April. (photo by Alondra Botello)

Alondra Botello

May 8, 2018

The American River College Clubs and Events Board met April 24 to discuss how the Rock Out to Knockout Stigma event went, how the renovation of the Center for Leadership and Development affects the board, and the cleaning of the club closet in the club room. CAEB president Mariana Topich shared a chair...

CAEB Welcomes new Vice President

Club and Events Board President Mariana Topich and Comissioner of Finance Jacob Kohl discuss the agenda of a meeting on March 6th at ARC. (Photo by Alondra Botello)

Alondra Botello

March 9, 2018

American River College’s Clubs and Events Board met on March 6 to swear in a new vice president, finalize details on Club Day and Beaver Week, as well as help fund the Model United Nations Club and its trip to the Model United Nations’ conference later this year. The first things discussed at the meeting we...

Editorial: How the incoming ASB can be more effective

ASB election candidates Julian Lopez, Mary Stedman, Justin Nicholson, and Kevin Phan sit during the Candidate Forum at American River College on April 5. Unofficial election results show that they were all elected to the offices they ran for. (Photo by Sharriyona Platt)

April 28, 2016

[email protected] American River College’s most recent memories of student government are nothing but misrepresentation, disappointment and failure. However, the Associated Student Body is on the cusp of a new generation of student leadership and has the opportunity to restructure itsel...

CAEB passes new grant, discusses end-of-year celebration

CAEB president Justin Nicholson discusses the agenda for the CAEB meeting on April 19. 2016 at American River College. CAEB discussed plans for the upcoming end of the year celebration, which is scheduled to take place on May 6 2016. (Photo by Kyle Elsasser)

Mack Ervin III

April 19, 2016

The American River College Club and Events Board passed a bill to provide a $100 grant to a new club and discussed an end of the year celebration at its meeting Tuesday. The newly established Ethical Hacking Society Club will receive a $100 new club grant towards the organization after a unanimous vot...

CAEB hosts “Kaleidoscope Games” Club Day

American River College student Angelica DeGuzman went low during the limbo competition at Club day near the book store on April 14, 2016. Club day rules allows the person to touch the ground as long as their hands don't touch the ground. (Photo by Joe Padilla)

Sharriyona Platt

April 18, 2016

American River College’s Club and Events Board (CAEB) hosted the “Kaleidoscope Games” Club Day Thursday. “This was the most game-filled Club Day of the semester,” CAEB President Justin Nicholson said Games included freeze dance, musical chairs, limbo and cup stacking. There were several clubs invol...

Editorial: ARC student leaders lack leadership

Student Senate President David Hylton II speaks at a Club and Events board meeting with Director of Finance Jeremy Diefenbacher at his side.  The two have shown poor leadership skills during their time with the ARC Associated Student Body. (Photo by Kyle Elsasser)

April 11, 2016

When will our student leaders start acting like actual leaders? As long as Student Senate President David Hylton and Director of Finance Jeremy Diefenbacher remain in office, American River College may never receive an answer to that question. Within the last week Hylton has openly expressed a desire to bri...

Under Wonderland-themed Club Day features human chess game

Clubs and Events Board President Justin Nicholson, left is seen falling down after his team the red team was defeated by the white team during a live chess game on Club Day. The game consisted of live human chess pieces played out on a created chess board outside the student center. (Photo by Mychael Jones)

Mychael Jones

November 20, 2015

A Under Wonderland-themed Club Day event showcased a live game of human chess, in which various clubs played the roles of chess pieces on Thursday outside the Student Center. The Associated Student Body Clubs and Events Board (CAEB) decided upon the theme for Club Day, which was inspired by “Ali...

Opinion: ARC students should interact with people of different cultures

American River College provides wonderful opportunities for learning about cultures from all over the world, such as the Latino Heritage Day celebrated on Oct. 8. (Photo by Barbara Harvey)

Mychael Jones

October 19, 2015

Asking questions that sometimes make people feel politically incorrect or apprehensive can help us to learn about different cultures on campus. The classes we study in together are introducing us to each other, helping to create a bond that will allow everyone a better view of different lifestyles....

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