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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...

Let us love our neighbors

Andrew Maestas, Staff

November 14, 2016

Filed under Current Affairs, Opinion

Almost everyone has a holiday memory that they hold dear, whether it’s the first time unwrapping a present from Santa Claus, or the time shared in the warmth surrounded by good food and family. Those are memories we treasure in our heart if we are fortunate enough to have them. But many people are not so lucky. Instead, they...

Re; “Scholarship opportunites available on campus”

Cameron Crouch, Reader

April 13, 2016

Filed under Letters To the Editor, Opinion

Dear Editor, Many students neglect to take advantage of this great opportunity to help raise funds for their continued education. I am personally a success story of applying and receiving one of CRC’s student scholarships. The entire process took less than an hour and was well worth it! Not only do you receive the monetary...

Re; “Students still need free college tuition”

Jenna Pulanco, Reader

April 13, 2016

Filed under Letters To the Editor, Opinion

Dear Editor, Hey. Thank you for putting out an opinion piece regarding free college tuition. I think that tuition should be free and that education should be free. Hopefully Obama's plan, America’s College Promise proposal, even though it fell through during his administration will be revived during whoever wins the next...

Gender-neutral bathrooms a step forward for gender equality

LeShea Munoz

March 17, 2016

Filed under Current Affairs, Opinion

Gender-neutral restrooms are the hot topic right now. Should anyone, regardless of gender, be allowed to use the restroom of their choice, no matter what anatomical figure is welded on the outside of the door? Beginning in January 2016, some universities such as University of California, Davis have begun to phase out single...

Pharmacy technology program unique for CRC

Sean Pastrana, Staff

November 13, 2015

Filed under Features, Profiles

Within the Los Rios Community College District, each school has certain programs that are specific to that campus. At Cosumnes River College, students have an opportunity to participate in a pharmacy technology program. The Associate of Science of Pharmacy Technology is a two-year program offered to those who are interested i...

Students ‘SpeedForce’ podcast serves fans of ‘The Flash’

Students ‘SpeedForce’ podcast serves fans of ‘The Flash’

October 28, 2015

For some fans, watching the latest episode of the CW’s “The Flash” isn’t enough. Luckily for the...

LRCCD to allow students to retake placement tests

Nichelle Heu, Staff

October 27, 2015

Filed under Campus, News

The Los Rios Community College District will allow students to retake their placement tests 30 days after the first time taking it, regardless of any college(s) they attended prior to Cosumnes River College and regardless of whichever assessment tests they plan to take, according to an email sent by the LRCCD. Students tak...

Health officials urge flu vaccine

Sean Pastrana, Staff

October 26, 2015

Filed under Health, News

Cosumnes River College health officials have urged the student body and faculty to get their flu shots as winter approaches. Flu season is at its peak during the winter months and tapers off until late spring. The vaccine prevents the flu in 50 to 60 percent individuals who get vaccinated, according to a Sacbee article. ...

Female analyst of MLB playoff game gets heat

Matt Johnson, Editor

October 15, 2015

Filed under Sports, The Cheap Seats

ESPN was a part of broadcasting history on Oct. 6 as Jessica Mendoza became the first woman television analyst during a major league baseball playoff game. This was a monumental moment for sports television and women who seek equality in the sports world. Mendoza took that first major step for women when she was on ESPN’s broa...

Women’s soccer remains positive after physical loss to Delta

Tyler Santana, Editor

October 13, 2015

Filed under Sports, Top Stories, Women's Soccer

The women’s soccer team lost to San Joaquin Delta College on Friday at Gardemeyer Field in Stockton. Delta holds the number one spot in the Big 8 Conference, so this proved to be a challenging game for the Cosumnes River Hawks who lost the game 3-0. Delta started with the ball first and quickly made it downfield to get a shot on go...

‘Maze Runner’ sequel breaks norms

‘Maze Runner’ sequel breaks norms

Quincie Pruitt, Staff

October 13, 2015

Filed under Features, Reviews, Top Stories

The thrilling sequel “Maze Runner: Scorch Trials” that features Thomas, portrayed by Dylan O’Brien, a...

Building skills and networking are just a few perks of student internships

Building skills and networking are just a few perks of student internships

May 18, 2015

As a college student, acquiring a job in your chosen field can be a daunting task that can seem impossible...

Saving dough: eating pizza on a budget

Saving dough: eating pizza on a budget

May 6, 2015

Searching for cheap foods to satisfy a late-night craving or for fuel before an intense study session is ...

Theatre arts department tackles a never before performed show and California water issues

Theatre arts department tackles a never before performed show and California water issues

May 6, 2015

For their newest production “The Chisera,” the Cosumnes River College theatre arts department was...

Eye strain linked to the overuse of technology

Eye strain linked to the overuse of technology

May 5, 2015

As technology continues to grow at a rapid pace, it is obvious that digital technology isn't going away...

Dean uses diversity of life experiences to guide his leadership

Dean uses diversity of life experiences to guide his leadership

Stephanie Lopez, Staff Writer

April 30, 2015

Filed under Features, Most Recent, Profiles, Top Stories

Cosumnes River College prides itself on diversity in its students, classes and faculty which is why making...

Interim president attributes his success to luck

Interim president attributes his success to luck

Nick Valenzuela, Staff Writer

April 16, 2015

Filed under Campus Life, Features, Most Recent, Profiles, Top Stories

Following ex-Cosumnes River College President Deborah Travis’s announcement of her intent to retire...

Women’s History Month continues with event focused on healthy living

Francisco Rodriguez, Staff Writer

March 17, 2015

Filed under Campus, Most Recent, News

As part of Cosumnes River College’s continued celebration of Women’s History Month, nutrition Professor Timaree Hagenburger hosted an event focused on family and food alongside several students on March 13. The event, titled “Gatekeepers and Family Health Leaders,” was a sharing session that focused on “how several...

Encouraging and supporting women in the sciences is club’s goal

Jasmine Teng, Staff Writer

March 17, 2015

Filed under Campus Life, Clubs, Features, Most Recent, Profiles

Founded to encourage and support women who are interested in science, technology, engineering and math majors and careers, the Women in STEM club entered their second year of existence this semester. The club originally came together in the spring of 2014 thanks to a few generous sponsors who donated money for the club to...

The world of comics comes to campus in newest art gallery show

The world of comics comes to campus in newest art gallery show

March 8, 2015

While the first two shows of the Cosumnes River College Art Gallery played host to different exhibitions...

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