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The award-winning news site of Cosumnes River College

The Connection

The Los Rios District announces that the vaccine requirement has been lifted, which began on Nov. 14. Students and staff will no longer have to be vaccinated when coming to campus.
Faculty share their opinions over vaccine mandate being lifted on campus
Gabriella Groves, Staff Writer • November 20, 2022

Los Rios District announced the vaccine requirement had been lifted for students and staff beginning on Nov. 14, according to the Cosumnes River...

A book reading was held by Cosumnes River College English Professor José Alfaro in the library forum on Thursday. Alfaro speaks about his book called “Something More Splendid Than Two, which is a personal memoir about events and struggles he has gone through.
English professor shares memoir about his struggles
Emanuel Espinoza, Staff Writer • November 20, 2022

Students and staff gathered for a book reading held by a Cosumnes River College English professor on Thursday. English Professor José Alfaro...

CRC held a land recognition ceremony on Wednesday to acknowledge the Native American tribes that have lived on the land CRC is on. A plaque was hung in the Library to represent recognition and remembrance of the tribes.
CRC recognizes land of Native American tribes
Joe Forrestdavis, Editor in Chief • November 19, 2022

Cosumnes River College held a land recognition ceremony for the Miwok and Nisenan people in the main quad on Wednesday. The event featured a...

The Cosumnes River College campus was put on lockdown for two hours on Monday due to a threat of violence made by an individual against the campus. The campus is now clear and classes and campus services will be offered remotely for the rest of the day.
A threat of violence puts campus on lockdown
Ryan Lorenz, Staff Writer • November 21, 2022
There are many misconceptions about attending community college. Community college can be beneficial because of the hands-on experiences in the classroom, spending as much time as you need to get your general education and networking with faculty and colleagues.
Real college or no?
Zari Kumalo, Staff Writer • May 13, 2022
Students walking around the resource fair, interacting with the information booths.
Campus hosts mental health resource fair
Joe Forrestdavis, Editor in Chief • September 12, 2022
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