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The final presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden leading to the Nov. 3 election took place on Oct. 22 and was held by the Commission of Presidential Debates at Belmont University in Nashville Tennessee. (Photo from freepix.com)

Trump and Biden face off in the last debate preceding the 2020 presidential election

Oden Taylor, Feature Editor November 2, 2020

For the first time in presidential debate history, the mics of the candidates were muted during the initial first two minutes following a question from the moderator allowing each candidate to answer without...

While everyone may have their differences politically with each other, we should never let politics come between us and our friends, and how we look at other people around us. (Photo from of pixabay.com)

Don’t turn political arguments into political hate

Brandon Zamora, Opinion Editor November 1, 2020

2020 has been a difficult year for a lot of people in the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic—from protesting and rioting in different cities across the nation, to tension with this year’s election...

 Only 46% of people between the ages of 18-29 voted in the 2016 presidential election. No matter who you want to vote for this year, you shouldn’t let fear stop you from voting this election year because your vote matters. (Photo courtesy of Fotomay)

Current Editorial: Don’t let fear stop you from voting in 2020

October 26, 2020

With the 2020 U.S. election approaching soon, there are many people who are still unsure if they’ll vote, or have just outright decided to not vote at all this year. However, with everything going on...

Psychology major Fatimah Ahmadi is an Afghan student at American River College. Ahmadi says she wants the role of Afghan women in Afghanistan to be in the public sphere. (Photo by Hameed Zargry)

Women’s roles in Afghanistan peace talk are minimal

Hameed Zargry May 9, 2019

On Sept. 21, Secretary of State Michael Richard Pompeo appointed United States diplomat Zalmay Khalilzad as the Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation. Since then, Khalilzad met the Taliban...

The sign for the Heald College campus in Roseville has been torn down, but their slogan Get In Get Out is still displayed. Since its closure, which forced approximately 16,000 students across California out of its institutions, the Roseville campus has been turned into an extension of the John Adams Academy for grades 7 -12. (Photo by Lena DoBynes)

Letter to the editor: For-profit colleges bad for students

October 12, 2015

To The Editor: It's too bad for the former Heald College students who have to start over with their education ("Former Heald students come to ARC," 9/30/15), but the closure of the private, for-profit...

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