For six months, Americans have heard about The Affordable Care Act almost constantly, and as the cut-off date for enrollment in the program came at midnight on March 31, they heard about it even more.
The program, dubbed "Obamacare" by the media and opponents of the program, was aimed to give as many people health insurance as possible and started... Read More »
From the first minute of the first track, the hip-hop group Ratking lets the listener know their debut album “So It Goes” is a unique piece of work.
The opening track, “*,” sets a tone for the entire album when Ratking distances themselves from hip-hop that’s come before them and their contemporaries. The group says, “Like the average... Read More »
Do you remember that time when 100 college presidents signed a petition saying that the legal drinking age being 21 is not working?
This sounds like a plot to a teen comedy that would rake in big bucks at the box office.
If it ever was made... Read More »
Sophomore outfielder Jessica Venturelli, in her pink uniform for the days breast cancer awareness drive, dives for home base in an attempt to tie the score against the American River College Beavers sophomore catcher Jordyn Bradley on April 19. Venturelli was called out, and the Hawks lost the second game of their double header against ARC, 5-4.
The Susan G. Koman foundation estimated that in 2014 over 40,000 women and 430 men will die from breast cancer related deaths. Jeanne Calamar, assistant athletic director at Cosumnes River College, is a three time survivor of breast cancer and is also one of the inspirations for the third annual breast... Read More »