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If you could have dinner with one black person, alive or dead, for Black History Month who would it be? Let us know! Click the link below to read what a few ARC students responded to our Campus Pulse.
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Calling all aspiring models! Students from the Fashion Promotions class are asking models ages 16 and up, of all genders and sizes to come out to a model call Feb. 22 from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. in Room 105 in the Arts and Science building.
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Are you aware of the Beaver Food Pantry arranged to give American River College students easy access to free, fresh food? Click the link below to see how Jessica Beaver, a small business major, has benefited from ARC’s food pantry.
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American River College lost 57-53 against Santa Rosa on Feb. 14. Their conference record remains 3-12 going into their last game against Sierra College on Feb. 22. (Photo by Emily Mello)
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Get your copy of The Current out now in various kiosks around campus! This edition features stories on the resource’s ARC provides to help students struggling with housing, a proposed bill that would allow students to sleep in their cars on campus overnight and more!
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Our first edition of the semester is now available digitally on our website, ready for your eyes to read! Click the link below for access and be sure to grab a physical copy tomorrow on campus.
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In today’s Photo of the Day, the Current’s photo editor Ashley Hayes-Stone takes a photo for an article on hair texture that will be featured in this upcoming print edition that comes out Feb. 13. Make sure to get a copy! (Photo by Irene Jacobs)
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Rachel Harvell says her calendar helped her the most while juggling two different sports at American River College. Click the link below to read how Harvell enjoys the challenge both sports brings to her life.
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Community college students no longer need to take placement tests to determine which math and English classes they are placed in, as of Feb. 1. Click the link below to read more about the bill signed by Governor Jerry Brown in October 2017.
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On Feb. 2 the American River College Associated Student Body Senate held its first meeting of the semester. The topics discussed include possibly bringing a feminist center to ARC along with an approved bill that allows ASB to donate $500 of healthy foods during finals week.
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Tomorrow, Feb. 7, American River College will be hosting their Spring 2019 Welcome Day. There will be 20 clubs in 20 different departments such as Amateur Radio Club, STEM, Life is Worth a Walk and more. The event will run for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Photo description: American River College catcher Casey DeMello steps into the batters box against Yuba College. DeMello went 0-3 with one walk and one strikeout.
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On Jan. 29, the American River College baseball team lost their first game of the season against Yuba College. Read more about the 5-3 loss on our website under the ‘Sports’ tab or by clicking the link below. Photo by Gabe Carlos.
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Welcome to the start of the school week! In today’s Photo of the Day studio art major and president of the art club, Brad Carps, hangs a nameplate next to a piece titled “Epilepsy” located in the American River College library stairway. Photo by Patrick Hyun Wilson.
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The first month of the year is just about to end and the Current staff wants to know: What was your New Year’s resolution and have you stuck with it? Visit our website to read answers provided from a few American River College students for our Campus Pulse.
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Joe Davidson Jan 15
JC coaches deal with constant roster turnover, but the great ones find a way...
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Los Rios Colleges Dec 12
A special thank you to outgoing Los Rios Board President Pam Haynes, who tonight handed her gavel to incoming president John Knight. We thank President Haynes for her service to the students of our district and congratulate President Knight on being elected Board President.
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A deadly shooting in a parking lot shared by the American River College's Natomas Center and the North Natomas Public Library prompted a district wide RAVE alert and a lockdown at the Natomas campus last night.
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Update: The incident occured at the library near the Natomas Center, according to a correction sent through a Los Rios RAVE alert.
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Update: The police activity at Natomas center has been resolved, according to a Los Rios RAVE alert sent out at 7:20 p.m. "Normal operations have resumed," the alert said.
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