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Dance classes foster sense of community for dancers

Michaela Graves, Staff Writer

December 24, 2019

The dance classes on campus aren’t just comprised of students taking them just to receive credit, they are actually a community of dancers sharing their passion and talent for dance. While there is no designated dance department, some of the students enrolled in the school’s dance classes said they feel like there’s...

Campus institutionalizes the formation of academic communities

Summer Lomendehe, Staff Writer

December 24, 2019

Through the Guided Pathways Program, a California-based project that aims to help community colleges increase college completion, the campus has implemented several institutional changes since its introduction in 2017. This semester, the program established academic-based communities, where students are grouped together according ...

The 50,000-year-old Neanderthal stands in the Anthropology lab ready to be studied. Named

‘Neander-Paul’ gives students a glimpse into history of humans

December 23, 2019

The Anthropology Department acquired a full-size, nearly complete Neanderthal over the summer. The departm...

The beginning figure drawing class surrounds two models to sketch portraits of them from all angles. The class emphasizes the use of physical anatomy to draw.

Sketch class incorporates lessons on human anatomy

December 16, 2019

The figure drawing course on campus are classes that focus on anatomy, proportion and the relationship...

Due to a lack of students enrolling in the program that oversees the greenhouse, the Horticulture department and the Nutrition and Food department have teamed up and develop a Certificate of Proficiency in Plant-Based Nutrition and Sustainable Agriculture. This would also try to revive the greenhouse.

Greenhouse shifts to incorporate food production

December 15, 2019

The campus’ greenhouse, formerly home to a full nursery program,  is in the process of being reva...

Sophomore guard Arionna Butts gets ready to throw a free throw from the goal line during their game with Yuba College 49ers. The game, which took place on Tuesday, resulted in a 3-6 loss for the Hawks.

Women’s basketball loses 3-6 to Yuba College 49ers

December 9, 2019

The women’s basketball team fell to a 3-6 overall record after an 82-61 loss at home against the Yuba C...

Main speaker Keisha Ray explains to the audience that black women in America are three times more likely to die during or soon after childbirth than white women. The event was part of the two-day Fall Ethics Symposium, the second day held at Cosumnes River College on Nov. 19.

Symposium focus on the morals behind having children

December 3, 2019

The 14th Annual Fall Ethics Symposium, which was a two-day event held at Sacramento State and Cosumne...

Transfer Center Clerk Channing Corbin helps a student by making sure he has all the required documents for his UC application. The Transfer Center is located in L-217 and is open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Student service helps student through transfer process

November 25, 2019

The Transfer Center provides students with information about different colleges as well as the correct...

The Hawks tied with Folsom Lake College's Falcons. The game was held on Friday and was the last game of the season.

Women’s soccer team end season with tie against Folsom Lake College

November 21, 2019

The women’s soccer team closed conference play on Friday against third-place Conference 8 Champion Folsom La...

Suspect scams individuals by using their phone

Allesandra Sarantopulos, Staff Writer

November 16, 2019

Los Rios Police Chief Larry Savidge said that a crime where a scammer approached individuals and asked to borrow their cell phones to steal money is currently being investigated. A crime bulletin sent to students stated that once an individual hands over their phone, the suspect takes money from a Venmo or related account b...

Free candy was offered inside some Halloween baskets. Hawk-O-Ween, which was held in the quad on Oct. 31, featured Halloween-inspired tables that were set up in the quad.

Costumes, candy and clubs, oh my!

November 10, 2019

The Associated Students of Cosumnes River College brought the festivities of Halloween to the quad on Oct...

Photographs, candles, food and personal belongings are some of the objects placed on the ofrenda during Dia de Los Muertos. The Puente Club organized their own Dia De Los Muertos Community Celebration on Thursday.

Club hosts and celebrates Dia de Los Muertos

November 4, 2019

The Puente Club held their Dia De Los Muertos Community Celebration on Thursday.  Puente student s...

Students like to play fighting games such as “Guilty Gear Xrd” on a computer monitor in the cafeteria. The games played at the table range from new releases to more retro titles.

Students connect through video games

November 4, 2019

The cafeteria offers a lot for students, be it an early morning cup of coffee or a quick lunch in betw...

Sophomore right forward Obioma Onejeme number three steals the ball from the Sierra College defender. Onejeme, who started in eleven games, has scored five goals, one being a game-winning goal.

College athletes balance physical demands with life and academics

October 29, 2019

Being a college student can be stressful, and adding in hours of sports training can make it that much ...

The Hawks get ready to counter a serve from the Diablo Valley Vikings. The Hawks won the game 21-25 against the Vikings on Oct. 15.

Volleyball team takes first win of season during conference game

October 22, 2019

 The Hawks’ volleyball team served the Diablo Valley Vikings a loss on Oct. 15, consecutively takin...

Gregory Beyrer discusses his role as Long Distance Coordinator. He was awarded Educator of the Year from Instructure over the summer.

Distance Education Coordinator receives national award

October 21, 2019

The Distance Education Coordinator on campus was one of the six national winners to receive the Educator...

The Veteran Resource Center, located in L-103, gives student veterans a space to acquire various types of resources. To qualify for services provided by the VRC, students must bring a DD-214 form to prove their years of service.

Center aids student veterans on campus

October 21, 2019

The Veterans Resource Center provides student veterans with the resources they need for transitioning to ...

Theater and digital media major Lenora Callins plays young Arlie, acting as a shadow and flashback of Arlene today, trying to figure out which direction to take her life next.

“Getting Out” reflects modern-day problems that ex-convicts still face

October 14, 2019

Friends and families fill the Black Box Theatre at the opening night of the play “Getting Out” o...

WEAVE Confidential Advocate Emily Zavala-Aguilar said worksheeets titled “My #1 Thing” were offered to students where they could fill in one thing they would do to stop domestic violence from occuring in their community. The event, which took place on Thursday, was held in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Event educates and provides resources for domestic violence

October 9, 2019

A WEAVE Purple Ribbon Event for Domestic Violence Awareness Month took place on Thursday in the quad f...

District allows students to use preferred names on college records

Summer Lomendehe, Staff Writer

October 8, 2019

Los Rios students can use their preferred names in addition to their legal ones this semester. The change, which Public Information Officer Kristie West said was adopted by the district in the spring, will allow students to use their preferred names on documents and records such as class rosters, eServices, Canvas and the...

Primera Generacion perform in the quad on Sept. 26. During the performance, the group used dance to visually represent discrimination and the border crisis.

Dance group makes statement about Mexican culture through performance

October 7, 2019

All-Mexican dance group Primera Generacion began their performance on the quad with an interactive pe...

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