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New theatre professor settles into academic setting

New theatre professor settles into academic setting

April 5, 2018

Technical Theater Professor Martin Flynn is in his second semester at Cosumnes River College, and had...

Hawks get dramatic win against Wolverines

Hawks get dramatic win against Wolverines

April 4, 2018

The men’s baseball team hosted a Big 8 conference matchup against the Wolverines of Sierra College,...

Daylight savings tied to health issues

Daylight savings tied to health issues

March 19, 2018

Losing an hour in the spring is more difficult to adjust to than gaining an hour back in the fall, so...

How collectibles can ease GameStop’s headache

Blynn Beltran, Staff Writer

March 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Digital distribution has taken the world by storm. Every piece of media from music to movies can be purchased directly from online stores. Digital distribution grew so quickly that even a company like Blockbuster couldn’t adapt fast enough to compete. In the video game industry, the story is the same. Small video games...

The ‘Black Panther’ pounces on screen

The ‘Black Panther’ pounces on screen

February 28, 2018

“Black Panther” was a wild movie to watch from start to finish. It is an action-packed superhero...

Net Zero Energy home demonstration set to be built on campus

Net Zero Energy home demonstration set to be built on campus

February 28, 2018

Architecture, architectural design technology and construction students have initiated plans for a net...

’50 Shades Freed’ of interest

’50 Shades Freed’ of interest

John Cabales, Writer

February 26, 2018

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

“Fifty Shades Freed,” the third installment to the “Fifty Shades” installment, wasn’t terrible...

Scandals are too much for NFL fans to stomach

Scandals are too much for NFL fans to stomach

February 6, 2018

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

Hawks fall short of a comeback in a tough loss to ARC

Hawks fall short of a comeback in a tough loss to ARC

January 24, 2018

The men’s basketball team hosted another conference game against the American River College on Jan....

We must exercise vote to make change

We must exercise vote to make change

September 14, 2016

The 2016 presidential election has left many voters discour- aged by the two primary candidates fo...

Program celebrates success after a decade on campus

Program celebrates success after a decade on campus

March 6, 2015

There are various programs local and statewide that aim to successfully help students transfer to four-year...

New California laws protect users of social media

New California laws protect users of social media

February 5, 2013

A pair of bills signed by Gov. Jerry Brown in Sept. 2012 went into effect on Jan. 1, prohibiting colleges...

Boy Scout’s progress is not so progressive

Zach Hannigan, Editor-In-Chief

February 4, 2013

Filed under Current Affairs, Opinion

Progression is a word usually reserved for politics, but in the case of the Boy Scouts of America organization, it could be the very word that saves them. The BSA national board is considering lifting the ban on gay scouts and leaders and allowing local organizations to decide on the issue for themselves. The organization’s...

Hawks’ coach sets example of dedication for team

Hawks’ coach sets example of dedication for team

Sean Thomas, Connection Staff

February 4, 2013

Filed under Sports, Women's Basketball

If you've attended a Hawks’ basketball game, then you’re bound to notice the often animated coach...

Companies hiring big for holiday season

Latisha Gibson, Connection Staff

November 15, 2012

Filed under News

If a holiday job is on your wish list this season, then you have a reason to smile. The stress of not having extra spending money or employment is eliminated by the opportunity to be hired on by different companies that are looking to build their staff with extra help this holiday season. According to a 2012 article presented...

Florida brings segregation into the 21st century

Latisha Gibson, Connection Staff

November 14, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Learning the same material as the person that sits next to you in math class is ideal. Everyone learning all the same thing no matter the challenges that one may encounter. Everything is equal. Well in Florida that isn't the case anymore. Students are being judged on their race instead of their grades when it comes to...

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