The American River Current

Opinion: College students will find benefits in tabletop gaming

American River College student Casey Reynolds plays the card game 'Magic: The Gathering' with friends in the Student Center. Tabletop games can be a good way to teach skills and knowledge to students. (Photo by Ashlynn Johnson)

Joseph Daniels

November 12, 2015

Despite the recent increase in the popularity of tabletop gaming, people may find it to be nothing more than a distraction, the time for which could be better used for activities such as studying. Nonetheless, college students could find benefits from participating in this hobby. Tabletop gami...

ARC theater students build the world of “Music Man”

American River College students Alice Morgan, left, and Kori Einsel build the sets for the upcoming theater production of

Kevin Sheridan

October 6, 2015

While many students at American River College started work at the beginning of the semester, the members of the theater department had been already working for months. Former stagework student and theater tech work major Kathy Smith said that the sets used in a play are beneficial because they rel...

Heated rivalry leads to hard-hitting game between ARC and CCSF

American River College’s quarterback Jihad Vercher getting tackled by Community College of San Francisco players Rod Jones and Austin Larkin during a game at CCSF on Sept. 26, 2015. (Photo by Ashlynn Johnson)

Jordan Schauberger

September 29, 2015

Hard-hitting, rough and dirty play are what define many good rivalries in football. When American River College’s football team faced off against City College of San Francisco on Saturday, the closeness of the game showed how serious this matchup was to each team. The game had 26 penalties be...

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