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There are many celebratory events in March where all students are encouraged to join for Women’s History Month. There will be events hosted virtually by CRC and events in Sacramento. (Photo via the ARC website)

CRC hosts events for all LRCCD students for Women’s History Month

Madison Duong, Staff Writer March 17, 2021

The month of March is dedicated to all women past, present and future. In honor of the history women went through, this month is about highlighting the achievements women have made and continue to make.  Although...

American River College's Community of Voices, founded in  2017, is designed to bring students together with music and singing, giving anyone the chance to sing and receive constructive feedback from students as well as a professor. (Photo via Pixabay)

Community of Voices brings students together through music

Collin Andrews, Staff Writer March 15, 2021

Now that American River College has entered the third semester of online learning, classes and clubs alike have been forced to find creative ways to continue working and staying together. Community of...

October 31st marks another year of spooky costumes and candy.(Photo courtesy of Unsplash Photos).

Despite the ongoing pandemic, students and faculty are still celebrating Halloween

Mojané Tolvert, Staff Writer October 30, 2020

The pandemic has stopped many events and celebrations for people around the world. Despite new restrictions, that hasn’t stopped the students and faculty members of American River College from wanting...

As American River College makes the announcement of another online semester, students and professors will need to prepare themselves for the hardships of working from home this current semester has already brought. (Photo Illustration by Brandon Zamora)

Students struggle and faculty scrambles with the announcement of the online spring 2021 semester

Oden Taylor and Brandon Zamora October 15, 2020

On Sept. 16, the American River College communications office announced in an email to students and faculty that the spring 2021 semester will be almost completely online, with exceptions made for a limited...

As the global Covid-19 pandemic continues to be a threat into the fall semester, students are still expressing concern about contracting and spreading the virus to others. (photo courtesy of pixabay.com)

Students protect themselves as Covid-19 continues to be a concern

Mojané Tolvert, Staff Writer September 21, 2020

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, many conflicts have arisen in this country, trying to contain it as much as possible. There are those who believe the virus is a “never-seen-before” sickness,...

American River College students speak out about the challenges of working at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo courtesy of unsplash.com)

Distracted and bored: ARC students share why working from home is such a challenge

Oden Taylor, News Editor May 17, 2020

The transition to online classes and the “stay-at-home order” enacted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic has come with its challenges for the students at American River College.  With the virus...

On March 18, the Los Rios Community College District closed campuses and transitioned all classes online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Scheduled events were postponed or canceled while some services have been moved to virtual appointments. (photo courtesy of counton2.com)

ARC cancels on-campus events until at least April

Clifton Bullock March 25, 2020

On March 17, the American River College communications office sent an email to inform the college’s population of the latest status concerning COVID-19 regarding ARC and all Los Rios facilities. As of...

One anonymous teacher shares the struggle of not getting to see her students in person now that the campus remains closed.

Finding direction with personality types

Katia Esguerra April 11, 2019

Being lost and undecided is a common feeling amongst students when it comes to what direction to pursue. Having to decide and declare a major can be stressful and sometimes it’s difficult to pinpoint...

Historically young people have had the lowest voter turnout, but creating the habit early and getting involved politically can leave long-term effects. (Photo illustration by Ashley Hayes-Stone)

Editorial: Democracy needs youth participation

March 18, 2019

At almost every college campus, American River College included, political activism and activities are a part of campus life. Although politics can influence almost every aspect of our society, there are...

Math major Celine Castonguay browses the American River College library in-between classes and softball practice. The campus library offers services to students like research assistance for essays, and offers study rooms that they can use during library hours. (Photo illustration by Ashley Hayes-Stone)

What ARC’s library has to offer

Makenna Roy February 26, 2019

There are many places on the American River College campus for students to study and the most commonly known one is the library. There’s a reason for that: the ARC library isn't a place where students...

President Donald Trump plans to challenge the 14th Amendment by signing an executive order to take away birthright citizenship. (Graphic illustration by Patrick Hyun Wilson)

Trump does not own your citizenship

Itzin Alpizar November 14, 2018

On Oct. 30, President Donald Trump created another wave of fear over the shoulders of the immigrant community when he said would sign an executive order to take away the birthright citizenship of people...

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