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“Breaking the Code” presents the story of Alan Turing

The play “Breaking the Code” presents the true story about the man who helps break the complex German “Enigma Code” during World War II. (Photo credit Brian Williams/ theater department)

Lidiya Grib

March 17, 2017

The American River Theater department will present the show “Breaking The Code” March 16 through 19. The play is about a man who helped break the complex German code during World War II and played a major role in the defeat of the Nazi Regime. It is a biographical drama about Alan Turing and his...

Opinion: Forming meaningful relationships can be difficult in college

Losing friends is an inevitable part of life, but when you suffer from anxiety or possess trust issues even forming friendships can be tough. (Photo illustration by Jordan Schauberger)

Shiavon Chatman

October 18, 2016

Losing friends is somewhat inevitable. People grow up and eventually grow apart. But forming relationships with people can be very difficult when you suffer from anxiety or you possess trust issues. Being a college student, our schedules are often filled with study sessions, friends, work and ...

Opinion: Community college doesn’t mean losing your social life

There's a multitude of social experiences available to community college students - including a good conversation on the lawn. (File photo)

Justina Sharp

October 6, 2016

You can make new friends anywhere - a grocery store, the library, a party. There’s no real reason “school” can’t be on that list, just because “school” is a community college. It’s a bigger pond, to be sure, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t other fish, or that they aren’t a...

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