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Anthropology department hosts celebration of Darwin and Valentine’s Day

Anthropology department hosts celebration of Darwin and Valentine’s Day

February 20, 2018

The Anthropology department hosted an “Anthro Day of Love” event to celebrate World Anthropology...

Campus views State of the Union speech

Campus views State of the Union speech

February 7, 2018

President Donald Trump spoke to a joint session of the United States Congress on Jan. 30 to discuss major...

The undertone of the NFL

The undertone of the NFL

February 6, 2018

As a die-hard San Francisco 49er fan, I grew up watching the dynasty built by Bill Walsh, Joe Montana,...

Actresses wear black to stand up and protest

Actresses wear black to stand up and protest

January 17, 2018

The Golden Globes show that aired on Jan. 7 was quite different from prior years. If you were following...

Panel offers tips for success to incoming students

Panel offers tips for success to incoming students

January 10, 2018

Just days before the spring semester began, students and staff came together for Welcome Day on Tuesday. Welcome...

Hawks take solid win over Siskiyous to start James Clark Classic

Hawks take solid win over Siskiyous to start James Clark Classic

December 7, 2017

Cosumnes River College provided its gym to host the 39th Annual James Clark Classic tournament, and t...

Organizations impart advice on job opportunities and related services on campus

Austin Ramirez, Staff

December 6, 2017

Filed under Campus, Community, News, Top Stories

The Sacramento Employment and Training Agency as well as CalWORKS brought their knowledge, wisdom and their drive to help people at Cosumnes River College on Friday. CalWORKS was founded in 1896 and is a program that offers cash aid for men and women with children under the age of 18. SETA has been around since 1978 and...

Increased enrollment bodes well for whole district

Artemus Steele, Staff

December 6, 2017

Filed under Campus, Community, News, Top Stories

Over the past few semesters, Cosumnes River College has had a relatively low enrollment rate and it has negatively impacted our campus. However, this semester enrollment is up. Enrollment has improved, but not as much as one may believe “from fall of 2016 to fall of this year we are only up 35 students,” said Kristie ...

‘Wolfenstein’ sequel boasts striking characters

‘Wolfenstein’ sequel boasts striking characters

December 4, 2017

When “Wolfenstein”, a franchise that has been with us since 1992, blew people away with its graph...

University application workshop highlights tips to make applications stand out from the rest

Tyler Twist, Staff

December 4, 2017

Filed under Campus, News, Top Stories

The UC Admissions Application workshop for Cosumnes River College students was held on Nov. 16 at 1:30 p.m., and its purpose was to make sure students know some important factors when applying to a University of California. The workshop was led by Transfer Center Student Personnel Assistant Emily Barkley and UC Davis represen...

New bill removes remedial classes by 2018

New bill removes remedial classes by 2018

December 4, 2017

By fall 2018, California community colleges will no longer offer remedial education classes due to the pa...

College Center extends to new facility

Artemus Steele, Staff

December 4, 2017

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A new college center is scheduled to be constructed, and finished by Oct. 29 at Cosumnes River College and will bring services across campus into one building to better aid new students and make things easier for returning students. “So you’re going to have Admissions and Records, the Student Access Center, Counseling ...

Winter clothes and supply drives bring donations to those in need

Victoria Blanco, Staff

November 29, 2017

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The nonprofit organization Women Escape A Violent Environment and the Enriched Scholars Program have set up donation drives at Cosumnes River College for the holiday season which will benefit women, men and children affected by violence and foster youth students by providing them with toys and clothing. WEAVE gives an opp...

‘Thor: Ragnarok’ mixes comedy and superhero action in a successful addition to the franchise

‘Thor: Ragnarok’ mixes comedy and superhero action in a successful addition to the franchise

November 26, 2017

“Thor: Ragnarok” came out Nov. 3 and lived up to the hype by being the best movie in the Thor seri...

Actress visits film class to give students a glimpse into the world of horror movies

Actress visits film class to give students a glimpse into the world of horror movies

November 26, 2017

Film Professor Mark Steensland invited special guest actress Barbara Crampton to his Film Genre clas...

This Thanksgiving, it’s important to remember what this holiday is all about

This Thanksgiving, it’s important to remember what this holiday is all about

November 22, 2017

For many people, Thanksgiving is a time for families to come together and celebrate a special and imp...

Theater department production of ‘Chicago’ is sexy, scandalous and full of talent

Theater department production of ‘Chicago’ is sexy, scandalous and full of talent

November 22, 2017

The theater department presented the first showing of their fall production of Broadway classic, John Kande...

Native Night Concert showcases Native American heritage through music and dance

Native Night Concert showcases Native American heritage through music and dance

November 22, 2017

Four Native American acts performed live on Friday night at the Native Night Concert on Friday, as par...

Political science students volunteer with non-profit organization to provide free legal clinics to those in need

Lola Chase, Staff

November 20, 2017

Filed under Campus, Community, Issues, News, Top Stories

Several students in the political science department volunteered with a program that assists immigrants in obtaining official legal status in the United States called The Justice Bus. These students primarily act as Spanish-to-English translators for the attorneys and law students working on these pro-bono cases (meaning at...

The Native American Heritage Resource and Education fair showcases culture through ethnic performances

The Native American Heritage Resource and Education fair showcases culture through ethnic performances

November 20, 2017

The Resource Education Fair was the second event held during the annual Native American Heritage Week o...

Ethics symposium to bring discussion on the ethics of freedom of speech to CRC

Elizabeth Rodriguez, Staff

November 20, 2017

Filed under Campus, Community, Issues, National, News, Top Stories

The 12th annual Ethics Symposium will be held on Nov. 20 and 21, where students and professors will discuss possible limitations on freedom of speech on college campuses and the ethics of stating your opinion. An annual collaboration between Cosumnes River College and Sacramento State University, the symposium promotes a diff...

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