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Due to the closure of Davies Hall on Sept. 8, there is now fencing around the building which adds to the many issues impacting the American River College community. (Photo by Shy Bell)

Davies Hall is the latest issue to impact students and staff on the ARC campus

September 16, 2023

On Sept. 7, Lisa Cardoza, American River College president, announced in an email to faculty and staff that Davies Hall needed to be closed the morning of Sept. 8, due to the possibility of it being a...

Davies Hall will close on Sept. 8, and classes normally held there will be moved online until new spaces are found, according to a statement sent to students, staff and faculty. Faculty and staff packing up offices in Davies Hall on Sept. 7. (Photo by Shy Bell)

American River College’s Davies Hall set to close on Sept. 8

Heather Amberson, Editor-in-Chief September 7, 2023

American River College’s Davies Hall is set to close by 8 a.m. on Sept. 8, according to a statement sent to students, faculty and staff.  “We have been informed by the state’s school and college...

Andy Thompson is set to take over as the Hornets’ new coach and look to build off of its success from the 2022 season. (Photo courtesy of Sacramento State Athletics)

Sacramento State football prepares for 2023 season after an offseason of moving parts

Joseph Bianchini, Staff Writer September 7, 2023

Sacramento State football is coming off a historic undefeated season in 2022, but now must attempt to continue the success with a new head coach and some roster turnover in 2023. In 2022, the Sacramento...

The Los Rios Community College District is back to charging for parking since the pandemic. If the daily parking machines aren’t working students won’t be required to pay for parking. (Photo by Joseph Bianchini)

Parking requirements are changing for the fall 2023 semester

Lorraine Barron, Managing Editor September 5, 2023

When the fall 2023 semester started at American River College in late August, students faced the enforcement of paid parking for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the ARC website,...

Lisa Cardoza will take leadership of American River College on July 15.. (Photo Courtesy of Sacramento State/Andrea Price)

Lisa Cardoza appointed the new president of American River College

Lorraine Barron, Managing Editor May 17, 2023

Lisa Cardoza was announced as the new president of American River College on April 28 in an email from Brian King, chancellor of the Los Rios Community College District.  Cardoza's previous position...

The Sacramento area offers many different opportunities to make lasting memories this summer. (Photo illustration by Kaitlyn Riley)

10 fun activities to do this summer

Kaitlyn Riley, Staff Writer May 17, 2023

During the summer students have about three months off and after a while they may run out of ideas of fun things to do. If you’re looking for some ideas of summer activities, look no further.   Go...

American River College’s Associated Student Body voted for each of its members to receive $600 payment. (Photo by Shy Bell)

ASB passes bill allowing members to receive payment

Shy Bell, Staff Writer May 15, 2023

During its meeting on May 5, American River College’s Associated Student Body passed Bill 23-06. This bill allows members of the ASB to receive a $600 stipend. Brett Sawyer, student life supervisor,...

Full time employees in the Los Rios district have benefited the most from the new contract proposals while part-time employees don’t receive those benefits. The campaign for Family Workplace Justice previously attended a March 8 Board of Trustees meeting to advocate for better staff benefits at the Los Rios District Office. (Photo courtesy of Sara Smith)

LRCCD full-time faculty receive workplace benefits at the cost of part-time faculty

Kaitlyn Riley, Staff Writer May 15, 2023

The campaign for Family Workplace Justice spent time advocating for better benefits for all Los Rios staff this year. The contract agreement was settled on April 28 and wasn’t as beneficial as staff...

The LRCCD will be going back to charging for parking permits in the fall 2023 semester. If they truly want to limit barriers for students they should continue to offer free parking. (Photo illustration by Jeralynn Querubin)

The LRCCD should keep student parking free

The Current Staff May 11, 2023

During the spring 2020 semester, the COVID-19 pandemic forced everything to shut down, which meant that students, staff and faculty had to work remotely. Because of this, the Los Rios Community College...

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