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Administration opens Pride Center on campus

Joshua Moon Johnson and Emilie Mitchell cheer cupcakes to celebrate the opening of the Pride Center on April 5, 2018. (Photo by Tracy Holmes)

Tracy Holmes

April 18, 2018

American River College’s LGBTQ+ Pride Center launched on April 5, with an opening ceremony that hosted speeches by many who played a major role in its creation. ARC is now one of only three community colleges to acquire its own pride center, the others are Sierra College and Mt. San Antonio Co...

ARC LGBTQ+ Pride Center soft launch

The American River Pride Center will open at 12 p.m. on April 5, 2018. (Photo by Jennah Booth)

Tracy Holmes

April 2, 2018

American River College’s LGBTQ+ Pride Center is set for a soft launch on April 5. The purpose of the Pride Center is to aid in LGBTQ+ awareness and campus climate and in general assist students with navigating everyday campus life. Dr. Emilie Mitchell, a psychology professor at ARC and co-adv...

CAEB reflects on Club Day and plans for future events

CAEB President Justin Nicholson, Vice President Mary Stedman and Director of Communication Bruce Rand applaud the success of last week’s Club Day during CAEB’s Tuesday meeting at ARC.
(Photo by Jordan Schauberger)

Jordan Schauberger

September 30, 2015

The Clubs and Events Board (CAEB) discussed the success and failures of last week’s Club Day and planned next month’s Club day for most of its meeting Tuesday. CAEB President Justin Nicholson commended all of the clubs for their participation and noted that this year they seemed more involved. ...

Fierce students hold event to promote inclusion

Photo by Daniel Romandia

Sam Urrea and Sam Urrea

April 16, 2013

Members of LGBTQA student club have 8 minutes of silence American River College club fierce held a celebration on campus to support love and the freedom to love. Supporters and interested bystanders promoted the cause for a view on equal rights from candidates a day before f the new ARC elections. Fierce, the LGBT...

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