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The Oak Cafe at American River College is back in business for the spring semester of 2022 with continued COVID-19 safety protocols. (Photo by Alyssa Branum)

The Oak Cafe returns for the spring semester

Rayan Ali, Staff Writer March 17, 2022

American River College’s student-run restaurant and bakery, the Oak Cafe, has opened its doors once again for guests in search of a sweet treat during the spring semester. The Oak Cafe had been inoperative...

The transition to online culinary classes was only novel at first, but will likely force students pursuing a degree in hospitality management to take at least one semester off until in-person lab classes resume. (Photo illustration by Nick Subia)

Online culinary classes prove to be problematic during pandemic

Nick Subia, Staff Writer October 1, 2020

Through all the confusion that comes with the transition to virtual learning, the fine and applied arts department at American River College is currently active, but not without a considerable number of...

San Diego based band, Neu Jazz Trio was invited to a Jazz Clinic at ARC to share with students about the music world, Monday Nov. 7. 
(photo by Lidiya Grib)

Jazz clinic presents San Diego band, Neu Jazz Trio

Lidiya Grib November 8, 2016

American River College music department held a jazz clinic presenting bandleader Matt Smith and the Neu Jazz Trio to educate jazz students on the realities of pursuing a career in music on Monday. Instrumental...

Wong’s Canton on Watt Ave. serves deliciously inexpensive food, such as Broccoli Beef, Wonton Soup, and Orange Chicken. (Photo by Robert Aguilar)

You can’t go wrong with Wong’s Canton

Jonathan H. Ellyson and Jonathan Ellyson February 27, 2013

Local Chinese restaurant will make your wallet and appetite happy. Good Chinese food can often be hard to find on a student budget. Most of the time you have to settle for Panda Express, eat cuisine...

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