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Bobak Jabery-Madison, American River Colleges men’s head tennis coach, meets with doubles partners, Ravi Nelson and Spencer Hill, after they defeated Bakersfield College in the final at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association tournament at ARC. (Photo by Gina Gangursky)

The Intercollegiate Tennis Association tournament at ARC sets off a year of tennis

Gina Gangursky, Staff Writer October 17, 2022

The Intercollegiate Tennis Association held its annual community college men’s and women’s Northern California regional championship tournament at American River College from Sept. 30 – Oct. 2, which...

The men’s tennis team at American River College is currently ranked as the number one junior college in Northern California, in the spring semester of 2022, thanks to the performance of Micah Irwin. (Photo courtesy of Bo Jabery-Madison)

ARC’s men’s tennis team sets eyes on state championship

Samuel Berg, News Editor March 25, 2022

American River College’s men’s tennis team is off to a hot start. The team has won all but one of their matches this season and has played against high levels of competition. Bo Jabery-Madison,...

Eric Black, alongside his wife Bethani Black who also teaches yoga at American River College, record YouTube videos for their students instead of holding live Zoom classes. (Photo courtesy of Eric Black)

Athletic instructors redesign yoga classes for virtual learning

Nick Subia, Staff Writer September 23, 2020

This fall, nearly all classes at American River College are being held in an online environment due to the coronavirus pandemic. For most subjects, this transition has been straight forward and manageable,...

Students should consider more affordable fitness options aside from costly gyms. (Photo by Ashley Hayes-Stone)

Cheaper fitness options for college students

Imani Smith November 8, 2018

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle with a consistent workout plan in college can be challenging; gym costs don’t make this any easier. Most gym memberships cost anywhere from $30 to $360 a month and...

Some college students might feel like they dont have time for the gym, but they might perform better in the classroom if they took some time to regularly exercise. (Illustration by Allante Morris)

Opinion: Strengthening your body strengthens your brain

Matthew Nobert April 11, 2016

Exercise is one of the most beneficial things that you can do to stimulate and strengthen your brain. For college students, these benefits can carry over to the classroom, but the number of college students...

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