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It’s been a little over two weeks since President Donald Trump announced he would challenge the 14th Amendment, which grants citizenship to "all persons born or naturalized in the United States.” Read our writer Itzin Alpizar’s opinion piece here:
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ARCurrent.com Nov 15
Need new music to listen to? released his newest album, "FM!" on Nov. 2, and it's "Fun!" Read our writer's take on the project here:
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ARCurrent.com Nov 15
Racist graffiti along with signs reading: “It’s okay to be white” were found at a select few campuses in the Los Rios district. Read how Los Rios has responded to the incidents that have occurred within the last two months.
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ARCurrent.com Nov 14
Los Rios issued a district-wide closure through the rest of the week, after the air quality index reached hazardous levels on Wednesday.
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ARCurrent.com Nov 14
American River College's Club and Events Board seeks members as its only facilitator is Student Senate President, Rebeca Rico-Chavez. Read more about CAEB's lack of representation here:
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ARCurrent.com Nov 14
On Nov. 3 the American River College football team dominated Shasta College in the second half, finishing the game with a score of 44-17.
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ARCurrent.com Nov 14
The Camp Fire in Butte County is affecting our air quality tremendously. Here’s our Photo of the Day of Shania Villafan as she sits and waits for class with a mask on at American River College.
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ARCurrent.com Nov 13
Happy Tuesday! It’s a FLUTIFUL day for Rebeca Stroup as she practices playing the flute in our Photo of the Day!
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ARCurrent.com Nov 8
On Oct. 23 the American River College men’s soccer team battled against San Joaquin Delta College. Read here to see how ARC players felt after finishing the 90 minute game in a tie:
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ARCurrent.com Nov 8
Thank you!
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Dr of EJ Nov 8
Well done! Congrats to all for your continued journalistic excellence!
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ARCurrent.com Nov 7
On Nov. 3, the Current staff attended the Journalism Association of Community College NorCal Conference at San Joaquin Delta College and walked away with a total of 13 awards! Be sure to check our website to see which categories our student journalists succeeded in.
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ARCurrent.com Nov 6
Today is important!! It’s Election Day! Check out our Photo of the Day featuring American River College student Michele Gobern, Drug and Alcohol Social Work major, wearing a “Vote” shirt. 🗳 🗳 🗳
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Rachel Leibrock 🌊 Nov 3
Me: Awards aren’t everything! Also me: Hell, yeah! brought home a ton of awards, including General Excellence! Super proud of my students and all their hard work.
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Itzin Nov 3
So proud of the American River College for the multiple awards at Norcal 2018.
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Phillip Kim 🌹🌎 #MedicareForAll Oct 30
In case you missed it: front page profile article in the latest edition of ! Pick up a copy at American River College. Volume 70 Edition 2 e-edition of the Current on now! -
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Phillip Kim 🌹🌎 #MedicareForAll Nov 1
"Kim’s work paid off in the primary midterm election when he won over 42,000 votes, making him the top winning Democratic Socialists of America vote getter since 1996." -American River Current Learn more about DSA:
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ARCurrent.com Nov 1
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ARCurrent.com Nov 1
The email refered to the racist graffiti that was found at multiple different locations on the Sacramento City College campus last month. It did not label the flyers found at ARC today as racist graffiti, only that they were unauthorized. We apologize for the confusing wording.
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ARCurrent.com Nov 1
According to ARC's Public Information Officer Scott Crow, is looking into the incident. ARC President Thomas Greene has also sent out a school-wide email addressing the situation and the other incidents of racist graffiti on campuses.
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