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Ditch the razor for Movember

Sean Pastrana, Staff

November 4, 2015

Filed under Current Affairs, Opinion

November, also known to many as Movember or No-Shave November, is right around the corner, and so is the opportunity to temporarily retire the razor, all for a good cause. The Movember Foundation started this men’s health movement during the early 2000s in Australia, where they call a moustache a “mo.” It was so suc...

‘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, 2015

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

Athletes look to more than love of the game for motivation

Taylor Gomez, Staff Writer

February 22, 2015

Filed under Most Recent, Sports

While all athletes have to find motivation, whether love of the game or money in many cases, college athletes have the added pressure of juggling not only their athletics but a full load of classes as well. Add in jobs, studying and an outside life and the balancing act each student athlete must endure gets a bit more complicated....

Art gallery’s second showing displays new work from faculty

Art gallery’s second showing displays new work from faculty

December 4, 2014

Art is a universal expression and at Cosumnes River College’s second showing in the art gallery, it...

Students gather in celebration of Native American Day

Ryan Mullins, Guest Writer

November 20, 2014

Filed under Campus Life, Features, Most Recent

Feathers flashed and twirled about in the Cosumnes River College cafeteria Thursday as the California Miwok Dancers performed their ceremonial dances. Outside, the smell of fry bread tacos rose up from the quad and a line formed stretching around the fountain as students waited to try the free Miwok version of this Native...

Campus does not participate in Diabetes Awareness Month, students disagree

Campus does not participate in Diabetes Awareness Month,  students disagree

Brittany Harden, Staff Writer

November 17, 2014

Filed under Most Recent, News

November is Diabetes Awareness Month and students on campus are looking for a new way to raise awareness...

Nutrition professors hope to inspire students to lead a healthier lifestyle

Nutrition professors hope to inspire students to lead a healthier lifestyle

November 12, 2014

The average college student’s life tends to revolve around lots of reading, studying, preparing for...

Online office hours allow counselors to help more students

Marcus Ellis, Staff Writer

November 6, 2014

Filed under Most Recent, News

Cosumnes River College’s counseling department is now offering students the opportunity to interact with them more frequently through their new online live chat services. Spearheaded by CRC counselor Monica Cranston, with the help of Christina Ocrant, an educational media and web design specialist, the CRC live chat service...

Student fees do not necessarily impact the campus

Emanuel Espinoza, Staff Writer

November 4, 2014

Filed under Most Recent, News

Originally, education at community colleges in California was free, students only paid fees for parking and other amenities based upon the tuition-free goals of the California Master Plan for Higher Education, but over the years tuition has increased. From 1984 to 1998 the tuition rose from $5 a unit to $13 a unit before...

Does bro code create sexist behavior in men?

Emanuel Espinoza, Staff Writer

October 31, 2014

Filed under Campus Life, Features

Sexism, misogyny and masculinity, these are some key elements that define what some people refer to as “The Bro Code.” “The Bro Code” was a film shown at Cosumnes River College on Oct. 21, and was presented by CRC music professor Steven Coughran, who is also the campus sustainability chair of the Social Responsibility...

Students have many ideas about how to save money

Students have many ideas about how to save money

October 24, 2014

Since 2009 the use of debit cards among students has increased while their use of credit cards has dec...

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 han...

Campus mentoring program focuses on the success of women

Brittany Harden, Staff Writer

October 11, 2014

Filed under Campus Life, Features

The Sister-2-Sister mentoring program started its semester meeting on Sept. 25. The Sister-2-Sister program was created by Dr. Collette Harris-Mathews when she realized that there was a need for students to be mentored at Cosumnes River College. "I had students coming up to me asking me to help them and to have me mentor...

Student Senate spending sparks more questions than answers

Brittany Harden, Staff Writer

October 1, 2014

Filed under Most Recent, News

When students at Cosumnes River College, and various other colleges across the state, pay their tuition every semester, $1 is placed into a special fund accessible by the Associated Students of Cosumnes River College in order to pay for events and scholarships throughout the year. Student Senate President Katelynn Rodriguez...

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...

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...

ASCRC hopes to fill open seats with special fall election

ASCRC hopes to fill open seats with special fall election

September 14, 2014

On Sept. 23, the Cosumnes River College Student Senate and Clubs and Events Board will be looking for...

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,...

Animals find homes at CRC’s annual pet adoption event

Animals find homes at CRC’s annual pet adoption event

April 30, 2014

On Sunday, Cosumnes River College went to the dogs. Every year, the veterinary technician program...

Allergy season on the rise

Kaley Andrews, Staff Writer

April 12, 2014

Filed under Features, Issues

Recent rains and heavy winds have set Sacramento blooming and allergy sufferers sneezing, coughing and cursing Mother Nature as stirred-up allergens saturate the air. The dreaded allergy season has begun. For a life-long allergy sufferer, spring is the worst season of the year. Severe allergies can prove to be socially and...

Safe Spaces program offers support to students

Safe Spaces program offers support to students

April 1, 2014

While students roam around the Cosumnes River College campus, they are bound to see the “Safe Space”...

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