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‘Divergent’ sequel is full of dark twists and turns

‘Divergent’ sequel is full of dark twists and turns

March 26

“Insurgent” is truly what a sequel in any trilogy should be. The sequel to the popular film “Diver...

Cash strapped students look for ways to spend thier spring break

Francisco Rodriguez, Staff Writer

March 26

Filed under Campus Life, Features, Most Recent

Spring Break is around the corner and for college students across the nation it is time for students to travel to places like Cancun or Florida for beaches, drinking and relaxation. For most students though the reality of Spring Break is finding ways to enjoy the time off closer to home. College itself is expensive, sapping...

Unofficial club uses board games to build community and heal the mind

Unofficial club uses board games to build community and heal the mind

March 25

The word gamer typically brings to mind the image of people sitting at their computer or television, f...

Will Smith shines in ‘Focus’ but co-star steals the show

Will Smith shines in ‘Focus’ but co-star steals the show

March 21

After the flop of 2013’s “After Earth,” Will Smith has redeemed himself with his portrayal of the...

Remake brings new life to a classic game

Remake brings new life to a classic game

March 18

A scary faced moon, a creepy mask salesman, the land of Termina and the song of time should bring back...

Culinary students get hands on experience through catering

Nicole Goodie, Staff Writer

March 18

Filed under Campus Life, Features, Most Recent, Profiles

While the main goal in college is to take classes for practical knowledge that will help students obtain their degrees, there is more to the college experience. The Cosumnes River College culinary arts department embraced this as their students prepared lunch for the Future Farmers of America central regional meeting on Feb....

Encouraging and supporting women in the sciences is club’s goal

Jasmine Teng, Staff Writer

March 17

Filed under Campus Life, Clubs, Features, Most Recent, Profiles

Founded to encourage and support women who are interested in science, technology, engineering and math majors and careers, the Women in STEM club entered their second year of existence this semester. The club originally came together in the spring of 2014 thanks to a few generous sponsors who donated money for the club to...

Women’s History Month panel offers real talk about careers

Women’s History Month panel offers real talk about careers

March 14

Cosumnes River College continued their month-long celebration of Women’s History Month with “Real...

There’s nothing odd at all about CBS’s new comedy

There’s nothing odd at all about CBS’s new comedy

March 10

While I’m quite knowledgeable about pop culture past and present, I’ve never seen any episodes of...

AMC delivers a new hit with ‘Better Call Saul’

AMC delivers a new hit with ‘Better Call Saul’

March 8

Vince Gilligan, the brilliant director behind the critically acclaimed phenomenon “Breaking Bad,”...

The world of comics comes to campus in newest art gallery show

The world of comics comes to campus in newest art gallery show

March 8

While the first two shows of the Cosumnes River College Art Gallery played host to different exhibitions...

Unexpected and controversial mixtape fits Drake perfectly

Unexpected and controversial mixtape fits Drake perfectly

Taylor Gomez, Staff Writer

March 7

Filed under Features, Most Recent, Reviews

Hip-hop and rap artist Drake surprised fans by releasing his new mixtape “If You’re Reading This...

Program celebrates success after a decade on campus

Program celebrates success after a decade on campus

March 6

There are various programs local and statewide that aim to successfully help students transfer to four-year...

Club seeks to break stereotypes by bringing global event to campus

Club seeks to break stereotypes by bringing global event to campus

February 28

Cosumnes River College students were presented with a unique opportunity when members of the campus group...

Professor’s project celebrates campus diversity

Professor’s project celebrates campus diversity

February 25

A simple glance around campus makes it clear why Cosumnes River College was ranked the ninth most di...

Library seeks to reward students for learning

Nicole Goodie, Staff Writer

February 25

Filed under Campus Life, Features, Most Recent

Walking into a library can be overwhelming when attempting to find a book among the hundreds to thousands that line the various shelves and racks. Even with helpful staff and the computer catalog, it can be quite a task to find what is needed. The Cosumnes River College librarians created the Golden Ticket program to encour...

Black History Month lecture tackles inequality

Tierra Palumbo, Staff Writer

February 25

Filed under Campus Life, Features, Most Recent

The Sacramento region is well-known for its high levels of diversity. TIME magazine declared it the most diverse city in America in 2002 and Cosumnes River College was ranked the ninth most diverse public two-year college in the nation last year, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac. While the city and college are quite ...

‘Fresh Off the Boat’ offers audience more than cliches and stereotypes

‘Fresh Off the Boat’ offers audience more than cliches and stereotypes

February 20

The newest sitcom to come from ABC, “Fresh Off the Boat,” is a welcome addition to the network’s...

While lacking compared to the book, ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ still delivers

While lacking compared to the book, ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ still delivers

Taylor Gomez, Staff Writer

February 17

Filed under Features, Most Recent, Reviews

The much anticipated film-adaptation of the New York Times bestselling “Fifty Shades of Grey,” arrived...

Anthropology department holds annual celebration for Darwin

Omar Chan, Staff Writer

February 14

Filed under Campus Life, Features, Most Recent

Faculty and students alike came together as the anthropology department held their annual birthday celebration on Feb. 11 for the man that fathered the idea of evolution through natural selection, Charles Darwin. Darwin is known for formulating his ideas based on his findings in the Galapagos Islands, off the western coast...

Lack of sleep high among college students, poses health risks

Lack of sleep high among college students, poses health risks

February 12

Sitting at a desk with books and perhaps coffee, cramming for an exam or trying to finish up that couple...

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