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‘Triangle’ tells story of labor rights in a new way

‘Triangle’ tells story of labor rights in a new way

March 10

The campus theatre department is in its final stages of preparation for their new production of “Tria...

Professor offers unique London experience

Professor offers unique London experience

March 10

Applications for the summer study abroad program are due on March 11. The program gives students a ch...

Black History Month ends with recognition and celebration

Kayleen Carter, Staff

March 3

Filed under Campus, Campus Life, Community, Features, News, Top Stories

Cosumnes River College’s annual Black History Month Awards Night was filled with dancing, singing, laughing and celebration as the final event for the month. The awards were hosted by the Black History Month Committee at CRC in the Recital Hall. There were about 60 honorees in attendance along with their family and frien...

CRC Art Gallery gets abstract with new exhibit

Courtney Fong, Staff

March 3

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Campus Life, Features, Top Stories

The Cosumnes River College Art Gallery reopens for its new art show “Chromatic Distortion” on March 5. The art show will feature abstract paintings from California artists Susan Aulik, Cherie Hacker and Kathleen Thompson. As the art gallery curator, art professor Yoshio Taylor chose the theme of the show, as well as the art...

Counseling office relaunches live chat option

Brennan Smith, Staff

March 1

Filed under Campus Life, Features, Most Recent

Students at Cosumnes River College now have an opportunity to chat with counselors via an online chat room on the CRC Website. Counselor Monica Cranston and human services professor Hoyt Fong said that the counseling department has been testing an online service that would help quickly answer students’ counseling question...

Student artist shows true self in new album

Student artist shows true self in new album

February 29

“My deepest fear is being average,” is just one lyric that embodies the ideals and lifestyle of up-...

‘Deadpool’ brings hope for better comic-to-film adaptions

‘Deadpool’ brings hope for better comic-to-film adaptions

February 29

Full of action-packed fun with a side of violence, “Deadpool” kicks off this year’s superhero mov...

Game designer captures natural beauty in ‘Firewatch’

Game designer captures natural beauty in ‘Firewatch’

February 29

A simply stunning environment and a story that will drive the player to finish the game in one sitti...

‘Revenant’ photographer shares career tips with students

Erica Trujillo, Staff

February 17

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Campus Life, Features, Most Recent

“The Revenant” still photographer Skyped with the Cosumnes River College photography department on Feb. 3. Kimberley French is a well-known and respected still photographer in the film industry. She has worked on countless films such as “Brokeback Mountain,” “Red Riding Hood” and “The Twilight Saga: New Moon....

Bias-free program gets highlighted at first Safe Spaces Day

Courtney Fong, Staff

February 17

Filed under Campus Life, Features, Most Recent

The Cosumnes River College community observed its first Safe Spaces Day on Feb. 3. The event raised awareness about the campus-wide effort to create a safe and bias-free environment. The Social Responsibility Committee organized the event with support from student and faculty volunteers who handed out flyers and encouraged...

‘The Boy’ lacks in talent but excels in suspense

‘The Boy’ lacks in talent but excels in suspense

Quincie Pruitt, Staff

February 17

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Most Recent, Reviews, Top Stories

While it’s debatable whether “The Boy” is an Oscar winning film, it’s fair to say that it is ...

Gallery gives students chance to explore photography

Coy Granderson, Staff

December 8

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Stories

Are you a burgeoning student photographer with dreams of displaying your artwork in a Sacramento theatre where photography enthusiasts frequently mingle? Or do you desire to hone your photographic eye through lectures, workshops, educational programs and field-trips? You may want to consider a student membership at the V...

Novel writing month offers new challenges to writers

Nicole Goodie, Staff

November 27

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

For some, November means turkey and sweaters or that the holiday season has begun, but for many writers it’s time to pull out their trusty laptop and punch out a work of art. National Novel Writing Month is an annual international writing marathon in November that challenges writers of all skill levels to write a 50,000-...

Big K.R.I.T. showcases same talents in new mixtape

Alec Gonsalves, Staff Wroter

November 16

Filed under Features, Reviews

Big K.R.I.T. has been rapping about sitting in his throne atop the summit of Mt. Olympus in a multi-candy-painted ‘84 Cadillac Coupe De Ville since his release of one of the most prevalent mixtapes of his career called “It’s Better This Way.” Toe-to-toe, this mixtape has as many notable tracks that are worth listening to si...

Pharmacy technology program unique for CRC

Sean Pastrana, Staff

November 13

Filed under Features, Profiles

Within the Los Rios Community College District, each school has certain programs that are specific to that campus. At Cosumnes River College, students have an opportunity to participate in a pharmacy technology program. The Associate of Science of Pharmacy Technology is a two-year program offered to those who are interested i...

Annual Club Activities Fair gives students a chance to get more involved

Cole McCarthy, staff

October 29

Filed under Campus, Campus Life, Clubs, News, Slideshow

The Club Activities Fair was held on Oct. 14 and 15 from 10 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Each club was allowed to set up tables and speak with passing students.   Each club set up their tables differently but 22-year-old computer science major Sirazle Ali said the Diversity Student Association were mainly trying to recruit member...

Study: Freshmen 15 shown to not be as prevalent as thought

Tyler Santana, Editor

October 29

Filed under Features, Food

Going off to college comes with many new stresses and pressure for the incoming students, one of them being the notorious freshman 15, which is where college freshman are likely to gain 15 pounds during their first year. The freshman 15  today is more like the freshman five as fewer students are experiencing a large amou...

Decades of Darkness takes on new life in the dark

Decades of Darkness takes on new life in the dark

Quincie Pruitt, Staff

October 28

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

During the day, the West Sacramento Vierra Farms offers a family friendly environment where kids can ride...

Students ‘SpeedForce’ podcast serves fans of ‘The Flash’

Students ‘SpeedForce’ podcast serves fans of ‘The Flash’

October 28

For some fans, watching the latest episode of the CW’s “The Flash” isn’t enough. Luckily for the...

Studying in Italy made possible by study abroad program

Quincie Pruitt, Staff

October 25

Filed under Campus Life, Features, Top Stories

Imagine sitting outside of an Italian pastry shop while doing your English assignment surrounded by the beautiful scenery of Italy. This can become a reality for community college students wanting to study abroad. The American Institute for Foreign Studies is a study abroad program where students in the Northern California re...

‘Dead Man’s Cell Phone’ shows people’s reliance on technology in a comedic way

‘Dead Man’s Cell Phone’ shows people’s reliance on technology in a comedic way

October 21

The theatre department presented the first showing of their fall production “Dead Man’s Cell Phone” o...

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