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American River College's Melanated Music Mondays is a space to come through and get counseling information, do homework and listen to popular music by artists with melanin in their skin. (Photo via American River College)

Melanated Music Mondays gives students a place to chill and listen to music

Cynsere Kelly, Staff Writer April 29, 2021

As the famous musician, Ray Charles said, “Music is powerful. As people listen to it, they can be affected. They respond.”   Music is something the average college student loves and gravitates...

Anthony Maki Gill describes his digital ceramic hybrid prints to audience members at the

Kaneko Gallery holds reception to close “Explicit Material” exhibition

Hannah Darden April 15, 2016

The James Kaneko Gallery at American River College held a closing reception for their current exhibition, “Explicit Material” by Anthony Maki Gill, on Thursday. The exhibition featured a multimedia...

Dean of Athletics Greg Warzecka is retiring after a nearly forty year career in the field. He has been at ARC since 2012. (Photo courtesy of American River College)

ARC athletics dean and athletic director retires

Kameron Schmid and Kameron Schmid July 29, 2015

After three years at the helm, American River College Dean of Athletics and Athletic Director Greg Warzecka officially resigned on July 31, leaving ARC and college athletics after a nearly 40-year career...

Veterans Advocacy Day is here at ARC

Matthew Wilke and Mychael Jones April 17, 2015

During the Veterans Advocacy Day events at American River College on Friday, there were games and competitions for students and faculty to attend. Here we have two students racing through the obstacle...

How do students feel about smoking on campus?

Noor Abasi April 7, 2015

  Video Credit: Noor Abasi Listen to what the students have to say about smoking on their campus.

A look Inside Kaneko Art Gallery

Noor Abasi April 7, 2015

Video Credit: Noor Abasi A look inside at all work currently in the American River College Kaneko Art Gallery.

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