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‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ sequel loses some traction, still delivers fun installment

‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ sequel loses some traction, still delivers fun installment

May 10, 2017

Adding yet another installment to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Director James Gunn produces a fun, albe...

Hawks softball gets back-to-back wins in dominant doubleheader against Folsom Lake

Andrew Maestas, Staff Writer

April 14, 2017

Filed under Softball, Sports

The Cosumnes River Hawks softball team took on the Folsom Lake Falcons in  a doubleheader on April 12 at Folsom Lake College. The first game started at 1 p.m. with the Hawks defeating the Falcons 5-1. The second game at 3 p.m. also ended in a Hawks victory, with the Hawks coming back to win 16-3. In the second game, the Hawks elevated their...

Softball wins against Modesto due to eventful fifth inning

Softball wins against Modesto due to eventful fifth inning

April 12, 2017

The Cosumnes River Hawks softball team took care of Modesto College at home on April 11, defeating the...

Students share their appreciation of campus resources

Steven Bryla, Staff

April 5, 2017

Filed under Campus Life, Features

Cosumnes River College offers a wide variety of clubs and events going on its campus. Student opinions on the different opportunities that the campus is able to offer compares to what the student body looks for in attending the right college environment for them. For example, the campaign for the student election began ...

Parents need to get out of the spotlight of their kids

Parents need to get out of the spotlight of their kids

March 30, 2017

Parents supporting their children in sports is great, but recently parents have overstepped their boundari...

Campus crimes are a reminder to be cautious

Missy Amaya and Justin Cordero

March 21, 2017

Filed under Campus Life, Features, Most Recent

As emailed bulletins about crimes committed at Cosumnes River College circulate, students have begun to realize that they should be more cautious when alone on campus. Many college students, especially freshmen, like to believe that the campus is a completely safe place where nothing bad can happen to them. Most of them are shoc...

Media blurs the line between empowerment and sexualization

Media blurs the line between empowerment and sexualization

March 21, 2017

One of my favorite childhood memories included sitting in my brother’s room and getting completely des...

Theatre production of ‘Arcadia’ is filled with chemistry

Jannah Khalil, Staff

March 21, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Campus Life, Features, Most Recent, Reviews

In their first production of the semester, the Cosumnes River College theatre department presents a successful performance of Tom Sheppard’s “Arcadia.” “Arcadia” takes place in Sidley Park, an English country estate, and fluctuates between the past and present to tell the story of what occurred at the estate year...

The Shins experiment with sound in new album

The Shins experiment with sound in new album

Ashley Navarro, Editor

March 21, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Most Recent, Reviews, Top Stories

It’s been a long five years and series of lineup changes since the beloved indie-rock band The Shi...

Mustangs put an end to baseball’s win streak

Mustangs put an end to baseball’s win streak

March 16, 2017

In a heartbreaking loss, the Cosumnes River College men’s baseball team came up short against the ...

Los Campesinos! release another successful album after four years

Los Campesinos! release another successful album after four years

Ashley Navarro, Editor

March 8, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Most Recent, Reviews

It had been a little over three years since the seven-piece Welsh indie rock band, Los Campesinos!, gra...

Enrollment continues to decline

Kristi Doan, Staff

March 8, 2017

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

Over the last few years, student enrollment has continued to decrease each semester. Compared to this time last year, there has been about a 3 percent drop in students enrolled at Cosumnes River College, said Communications and Public Information Officer Kristie West. “When the economy is poor and people begin to lose ...

Women’s tennis not discouraged by small roster

Women’s tennis not discouraged by small roster

March 2, 2017

Cosumnes River College’s women’s tennis team is just beginning their season with a small team of...

Gavilan walks lead to solid win at home for Hawks baseball

Shannon Rusche, Staff

March 2, 2017

Filed under Baseball, Breaking News, Most Recent, Sports, Top Stories

The Cosumnes River College Hawks men’s baseball team won its game against the Gavilan College Rams 7-1 on Friday. The Hawks scored consistently and only allowed the Rams to score once throughout the game. Despite the team’s win streak continuing, head coach Tony Bloomfield said he is disappointed with the team’s current...

MLB Commissioner Manfred needs to stop ruining America’s pastime

MLB Commissioner Manfred needs to stop ruining America’s pastime

March 1, 2017

Spring training just started for the 2017 MLB season, and new faces get roster invites in the hopes of ...

Unequal opportunity for black students discussed at Black History Month event

Unequal opportunity for black students discussed at Black History Month event

February 22, 2017

An interactive talk kicked off Black History Month at Cosumnes River College. Raquel Simental, direc...

Team played with heart in men’s basketball team’s season-ending game, head coach says

Jared Lee, Copy Editor

February 20, 2017

Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

The men’s basketball team saw its season end in a spectacularly close game. The Cosumnes River College Hawks pushed their final game of the season into overtime, but fell 92-89 to the San Joaquin Delta Mustangs. Head coach Jonathan James said going into the game he felt good about his team. “My sophomores, they want t...

Women’s basketball team fights hard but loses in season’s emotional final game

Kristi Doan, Staff Writer

February 20, 2017

Filed under Sports, Women's Basketball

The Lady Hawks’ last basketball game of the season was intense and emotional. The Hawks were defeated 96-53 by the San Joaquin Delta Mustangs. In the beginning of the first quarter, the Hawks started off strong. The team was in sync with plenty of fluid assists, shots and second chance points were made. “We started of...

Event on campus celebrates it’s love of anthropology and Darwin

Event on campus celebrates it’s love of anthropology and Darwin

February 18, 2017

“Anthro Day of Love” was a celebration combining Charles Darwin’s birthday, Anthropology Day and ...

New athletic dean hopes to make a big difference

Justin Cordero, Staff

February 16, 2017

Filed under Breaking News, Most Recent, Special Features, Sports, Top Stories

The task of becoming a dean for an entire college’s kinesiology, health and athletics division may seem like a daunting task to some people, but to Collin Pregliasco it is an endeavor he is motivated to tackle. Pregliasco, who previously worked as the associate athletic director at University of California, Santa Cruz,...

District resolution protects undocumented students

Missy Amaya, Staff

February 9, 2017

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

The Los Rios Community College District has reaffirmed its commitment to diversity by signing a new resolution in support of undocumented students and employees. On Jan. 11 the LRCCD Board of Trustees unanimously passed Resolution  2017-02, which takes a stance in support of students and employees covered by the Deferred ...

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