Possibility of financial aid based on student competency being explored by colleges throughout the country

Possibility of financial aid based on student competency being explored by colleges throughout the country

October 31, 2014

Soon, students will be able to pay for college with a new program for financial aid that will measure how well a student is doing in their studies compared to the... Read more »

Reduced hours leave students hungry for options

Reduced hours leave students hungry for options

October 22, 2014

The dining area at any campus tends to be a gathering place as students not only come to study and hang out with friends, but also try to sneak in ... Read more »

Campus art gallery has grand opening after more than twenty years of waiting

Campus art gallery has grand opening after more than twenty years of waiting

October 20, 2014

Cosumnes River College held a Grand Opening for the new art gallery on campus on Oct. 10. The exhibition, curated by CRC’s art professor Yoshio Taylor, is titled Renaissance... Read more »

Northern California four-year colleges considered affordable in comparison to the rest of the state

Northern California four-year colleges considered affordable in comparison to the rest of the state

October 14, 2014

In the recent Congressional debate between incumbent Ami Bera and candidate Doug Ose, both candidates agreed that the cost of four-year colleges need to remain affordable.... Read more »

Campus president announces plan to retire at the end of the semester

Campus president announces plan to retire at the end of the semester

Heather Kemp, Staff Writer

September 30, 2014

Filed under Most Recent, News, Top Stories

After serving the campus for more than five years, Cosumnes River College President Deborah Travis announced her plans to retire this December in an email to the campus faculty... Read more »

Cosumnes River College rated top 10 in diversity among two-year colleges

Cosumnes River College rated top 10 in diversity among two-year colleges

September 30, 2014

When walking around the campus, there are many obvious things that one will notice, from the old brick buildings to the many trees and patches of green grass, but the important... Read more »

Hawks look to team chemistry as they shoot for the playoffs this season

Hawks look to team chemistry as they shoot for the playoffs this season

September 14, 2014

After delivering a sol- id performance last season, the Cosumnes River College men’s soccer team is looking towards the season ahead. With two wins, two losses and one tie... Read more »

California seeks to define consent for college students’ sexual encounters

California seeks to define consent for college students’ sexual encounters

September 11, 2014

What classifies as consent to a sexual encounter has always been a puzzling question for the legal system, but a new law aimed at college campuses is seeking to finally answer... Read more »

Rise in cost of parking fees benefits campus in big picture

Rise in cost of parking fees benefits campus in big picture

September 3, 2014

Long lines, scrambling for classes and purchasing textbooks are all things students expect at the beginning of the semester.This semester however has brought something new that... Read more »

EXCELerate Program promises to keep CRC students community college stay at two years

Heather Kemp, Staff Writer

August 23, 2014

Filed under Briefs, Campus, News, Top Stories

      A unique program has launched this semester aimed at speeding up the time selected students spend at the community college... Read more »

CRC uses solar power to go green

CRC uses solar power to go green

May 7, 2014

Cosumnes River College has recently had new and exciting projects, and with new technological developments, CRC now has the ability to harness solar energy. Rick Stewart, 57,... Read more »

The Fantastic 5 brings sustainable food to campus

The Fantastic 5 brings sustainable food to campus

May 2, 2014

Five students attending Cosumnes River College had no idea that they would be put into a group that involves growing a community garden right here on campus. The group, known... Read more »

OneBook author’s visit begins campus Earth Day celebration

OneBook author’s visit begins campus Earth Day celebration

April 28, 2014

Seated in a leather arm chair with an area rug and potted plants adding to the atmosphere on the Recital Hall stage, award-winning author Michael Pollan answered questions from... Read more »

Students compete in CRC’s 10th annual Integration Bee

Students compete in CRC’s 10th annual Integration Bee

April 9, 2014

Cosumnes River College students who enrolled in Calculus I or higher competed in the 10th annual Integration Bee to test their math skills with one another in LRC 105 on April... Read more »

Students speak out with ‘Day of Silence’

Students speak out with ‘Day of Silence’

April 9, 2014

Cosumnes River College took a stand against bullying and discrimination during a Day of... Read more »

Men’s basketball falls in playoffs but stays hopeful for next season

Men’s basketball falls in playoffs but stays hopeful for next season

April 1, 2014

A season of many ups and few downs culminated in a final playoff game for Cosumnes River College’s men’s basketball team. That last playoff game,... Read more »

Professor teaches abroad, expands student learning

Professor teaches abroad, expands student learning

April 1, 2014

It’s not everyday that a college professor has the opportunity to not only teach on more than one continent,... Read more »

Vehicular theft decreases as bike theft increases

Vehicular theft decreases as bike theft increases

March 16, 2014

Thefts on college campuses are nothing new, from backpacks to cars, but there is a growing target for thieves on the various campuses: bicycles. According to crime statistics... Read more »

Wizard World Comic Convention comes to Sacramento

Wizard World Comic Convention comes to Sacramento

March 16, 2014

At first glance, one would probably not place the label of geek or nerd upon 23-year-old Katherine Zeman, as she doesn’t fit the stereotype that society holds about... Read more »

Sacramento’s new pro soccer team holds training camp at CRC

Sacramento’s new pro soccer team holds training camp at CRC

Zach Hannigan, Staff Writer

February 28, 2014

Filed under Special Features, Sports, Top Stories

While Sacramento’s new professional soccer team waits to see if a new sports facility at Cal Expo will... Read more »

Does size matter?

Does size matter?

February 28, 2014

She Said It’s no secret that women like big things. Big diamonds, big heels, big bank accounts, and... Read more »