As the fall semester begins at Cosumnes River College, various new facilities dot the campus as part of ongoing construction projects that have been in progress for years. One of CRC's latest projects is the continued construction of the Blue Line light rail extension.
According to CRC’s Green Scene Vol. 4 Issue 2, “the Blue Line to CRC is one... Read More »
College is one of the most expensive endeavors in a person’s life, and while getting an education will pay off one day, purchasing textbooks at full price might not be an option for all students.
Between tuition, transportation, food and often living expenses, paying hundreds of dollars per semester for books is just another drain on a student’s... Read More »
Edward Snowden has been framed as many things in the media in the last year since releasing classified government documents, but public opinion has begun to shift as the media begins to fully realize the extent of the government’s unwarranted surveillance.
He has been labeled a traitor and a coward by his opposition and a whistleblower and a hero... Read More »
If there is anywhere that the term old boy’s club fits pretty accurately it would be the world of professional sports.
In the male dominated area of sports, it should not be surprising that male athletes might have some very backwards ideas about women’s participation.
Latvian tennis player... Read More »