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The Hawks played against Modesto Junior College's Pirates on Tuesday. The game ended with a 5-0 score.

Women’s soccer remain undefeated in Big 8 conference

September 30, 2019

The women’s soccer team won their second straight game of the Big 8 with a 5-0 win against the Mode...

Professor Maxwell Kiesner prepares his Introduction to Music class for presentations on Sept. 18 in Music 306. Kiesner and other music faculty have introduced a new certificate this semester to train music teachers.

Certificate presents new teaching opportunities for music students

September 30, 2019

A brand new Independent Music Instructor Certificate is now being offered by the Music Department.  D...

Jonathan Leong sorts through clothes for

Student government president hopes to serve other people on campus

September 29, 2019

Being a student and holding an important leadership role can be very challenging, but Jonathan Leong...

'Transfer Day' provides information about 4-year universities for students

‘Transfer Day’ provides information about 4-year universities for students

September 28, 2019

Transfer Day, which took place in the quad on Monday, was an opportunity for students to explore differe...

Every Thursday, The Hawk Spot offers fresh produce. The addition of the produce is one of the many other things the food pantry has planned to offer this semester.

Campus food pantry offers fresh produce

September 28, 2019

The Hawk Spot food pantry has started offering fresh produce this semester, said Oscar Mendoza Plascencia, ...

Oswaldo Vargas talks about his college career as well as his works as a poet. The event, which was on Tuesday, was the first event for Mes de Latinx, also known as Hispanic Heritage Month.

Former student talks about academic career and his own written works

September 23, 2019

A Cosumnes River College alumnus spoke about his college experiences to kick-off Mes de Latinx in Wi...

Students gathered in the Library Conference Room for the Pride Tea Hour.

Meeting brings pride, tea and students into one place

September 16, 2019

The first Pride Tea Hour was held in the Library Conference Room on Tuesday. English Professor Jose Alfaro, who coordinat...

Newsom visits campus to talk to students

Gov. Newsom talks to a group of students and faculty near Financial Aid office.

Kellie Bevins, Staff Writer

September 6, 2019

California Gov. Gavin Newsom visited campus on Aug. 27 following the newly-enacted Assembly Bill 2, ...

ASCRC Senate President Jonathan Leong talks to a student.

‘Hawk Week’ kicks off the beginning of semester

September 5, 2019

The Associated Students of Cosumnes River College hosted Hawk Week from Aug. 27 to Aug. 29. Hawk Wee...

The women’s soccer team lost 4-1 against Las Positas College. The game was the first out of seven before the team enters the Big 8 conference.

Women’s soccer struggles with communicating in game against Las Positas College

September 2, 2019

The women’s soccer team is still ironing out the kinks following a 4-1 loss in their home opener agains...

Person standing in front of a booth writes in a notebook.

School welcomes incoming students before the start of new semester

August 26, 2019

The campus hosted Welcome Day on Tuesday for new students attending this fall. Every semester, the ev...

Dance students performed at showcase as their final exam

Michaela Graves, Staff Writer

May 19, 2019

Students from various dance classes showcased their elaborate and creative dance skills at their spring recital on May 11 and 12.   Dance Professor Michelle Green-Clark said she is grateful for the opportunity to offer the courses at the Elk Grove Center and hope the presence of dance will continue to grow. “In additi...

Suspect injures student in physical altercation

Summer Lomendehe, Staff Writer

May 15, 2019

An unidentified suspect injured a male student on the light rail platform on Tuesday at 3:03 p.m. The student, who was approached by the male suspect, got into an argument with the suspect before he was punched in the face and fell to the ground bleeding, according to a Cosumnes River College crime bulletin. “If possib...

Organization plans to address issue of homelessness on campus

Blynn Beltran, Staff Writer

May 15, 2019

Homes for Hawks is a student-led project that aims to help homeless students on campus. The project was originally founded in the fall of 2018 by Cosumnes River College’s Peer Mentoring Program. “The main objective of this project is to become the housing resource hub to current and future students at CRC,” acc...

Extended testing is needed, students with disabilities say

Michaela Graves, Staff Writer

April 17, 2019

Disability Support Programs and Services offers services for students with disabilities. Keith Ellis, the student personal assistant for DSPS, said the program provides reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities. “The eligibility for DSPS is for students to provide a verified disability documentation,” Ellis sa...

To support survivors of sexual assault, wear denim on National Denim Day, which is on April 24.

Victim shaming plays a role in rape culture on college campuses

April 15, 2019

Because April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, conversations about sexual assault are taking place...

API student panelists spoke about the

Event tackles model minority stereotype

April 11, 2019

Asian Pacific American Heritage Week started off with a panel discussion workshop on “The Model- Minor...

‘Unity Day’ gives prominence to idea of community

Tairiq Marshall, Staff Writer

April 10, 2019

Sponsored by Campus Cultural Competence and Equity Committee, the peer mentors on campus facilitated Unity Day on Friday in WIN-150. The event emphasized self-empowerment and community strength. “Unity Day is a campus event designed to enhance cultural identity, unity, tolerance, with a focus on acceptance and self-a...

Student panelists urge audience to see the ‘abilities’ in disabilities

Lilianna Ordaz, Staff Writer

April 10, 2019

The Delta Alpha Pi Honor Society held a student panel on April 3 about seeing the ability in every disability. The event was held in the WINN Center and was lead by five students from DAPHS. The honor society club is for high-achieving college students who have disabilities to come together to support one another. Stu...

New major will focus on race and ethnicity as well as women and gender

Mason White, Staff Writer

April 3, 2019

Two new majors related to social justice are coming to campus soon, and they have many new academic opportunities to offer students. These new majors will give students at Cosumnes River College the opportunity to study historically marginalized groups. Students who take these courses will cover topics such as race, gender...

Gender-neutral bathrooms are still inaccessible to students on campus

Gender-neutral bathrooms are still inaccessible to students on campus

March 29, 2019

Since the implementation of the California's Equal Restroom Access Act in 2017, many places of busines...

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