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‘Gears of War’ prequel campaign stumbles and falters, but multiplayer saves game in the end

‘Gears of War’ prequel campaign stumbles and falters, but multiplayer saves game in the end

April 27, 2013

“Gears of War: Judgment,” which launched on March 19 is the first game in the series developed by...

Women’s tennis heads to state

Women’s tennis heads to state

April 22, 2013

For the second time, Cosumnes River College has women from the tennis team headed to state competition....

History professor appointed as Ambassador of Rwanda

History professor appointed as Ambassador of Rwanda

April 19, 2013

-UPDATE: A correction was made to this story on 4/23/2013- In January, history professor Mathilde Mu...

Hawks lose two games to Santa Rosa in error-laden doubleheader

Hawks lose two games to Santa Rosa in error-laden doubleheader

March 23, 2013

The Cosumnes River College softball team suffered from several fielding errors and dropped both games...

Winn center provides new home and opportunities for students

Winn center provides new home and opportunities for students

March 13, 2013

Tucked away in the corner of the Business and Social Science Building at Cosumnes River College, the...

Hawks’ hope for a comeback late in game against Yuba College

Hawks’ hope for a comeback late in game against Yuba College

March 13, 2013

The Cosumnes River College Hawks’ softball game against Yuba College on March 9 was different from...

Hawks walk off a winner in the 10th

Hawks walk off a winner in the 10th

March 3, 2013

The Hawks’ baseball game against the Ohlone College Renegades became an all-out pitching duel that...

Hawks start softball mini tournament with two wins

Hawks start softball mini tournament with two wins

March 1, 2013

The Hawks kicked off the month of March with a bang, winning their first two games of a four-team tournament. Cosumnes...

There’s no ‘I’ in team but there’s always a leader

There’s no ‘I’ in team but there’s always a leader

March 1, 2013

In the first game of Cosumnes River College’s softball three-way contest with San Mateo College and...

Academic Integrity is more than not cheating

Academic Integrity is more than not cheating

February 26, 2013

The Academic Integrity Committee is a group of faculty and administrators at Cosumnes River College committed...

Lassen College Cougars riddled with errors, give up a ‘W’ to CRC Hawks

Lassen College Cougars riddled with errors, give up a ‘W’ to CRC Hawks

February 23, 2013

The Cosumnes River Hawks capitalized on a number of errors by Lassen College and played good defense...

The courts shouldn’t have to be the ones to ban sex offenders

Stephan Starnes, Connection Staff

February 19, 2013

Filed under Current Affairs, Opinion

A federal appeals court’s decision to call the sex offender ban on Facebook unconstitutional is a bit of an awkward situation. It’s unclear how social media fits into the 225-year-old document, but constitutionalism shouldn’t even be a factor. Mark Zuckerberg and every other brain behind Facebook should have instituted...

Hawks’ pitching dominates in doubleheader against Lassen

Hawks’ pitching dominates in doubleheader against Lassen

Kevin Frodahl, Copy Editor

February 9, 2013

Filed under Softball, Sports

The Hawks’ softball team squared off against the Lassen Community College Cougars twice at the new...

Will the flu catch you?

Elizabeth Witt, Connection Staff

February 8, 2013

Filed under Features

It’s that time of year again, when winter break is over and school is back in session.  It’s also flu season, and this year it’s hitting North America harder than ever. Influenza is a highly contagious respiratory illness caused by what most people know as the flu virus. Annually, it affects 5 to 20 percent of U.S....

Enactus: More than just a campus club

Emily Collins, Connection Staff

February 8, 2013

Filed under Features, Profiles

Business 354 seemed just like any other class at Cosumnes River College as conversations hummed, punctuated by occasional laughter until computer information science Professor Markus Geissler indicated that class was ready to begin and the room fell quiet. “I tell them at the beginning of the semester that this course is...

San Diego Chancellor on Proposition 30: ‘California has finally come to its senses’

San Diego Chancellor on Proposition 30: ‘California has finally come to its senses’

November 11, 2012

With Proposition 30 being passed by voters in the election, California community colleges will be able...

California Proposition 30 looks to increase taxes to fund education

Stephan Starnes, Connection Staff

October 6, 2012

Filed under News

If Proposition 30 fails to pass, community colleges in California stand to lose approximately $550 million, California Community Colleges Vice Chancellor for College Finance & Facilities Planning Dan Troy said during a conference call for college newspapers. Proposition 30 proposes a tax increase for those who earn over...

CRC’s 2012 Health Resource Fair successfully raises awareness

Jonathan Rich, Connection Staff

September 24, 2012

Filed under Features

Over a year in planning, the cooperation of over 40 different agencies came together with one woman’s idea to spread awareness and education to students on health and welfare. Carmella Henderson, Cosumnes River College peer health educator, is that woman and the host of the CRC Fall 2012 Health Resource Fair held at the...

Elk Grove’s Multicultural Festival unites the diverse city

Ashley Boucher, Connection Staff

August 30, 2012

Filed under Features

Weaving in and out of the colorful crowd Elk Grove has grown to have, Azteca dancers moved making the bells strapped to their ankles rattle with each step. They chanted along with the beating drums, sharing their one dance, one music style and one culture for their neighbors of Elk Grove. One unique culture after another...

Financial aid changes set to impact students

Stephan Starnes, Connection Staff

May 4, 2012

Filed under News

More students are applying for financial aid, while less students are being awarded monetary help. In this time of budgetary crisis, financial aid eligibility is being revised. The Board of Governors Fee Waiver C is awarded to students who show financial need through the Free Application for Federal Aid. Currently, stud...

Students gear up for their upcoming summer vacations

Students gear up for their upcoming summer vacations

May 2, 2012

With a week left before finals begin, students are getting ready to start their summer breaks. Some are...

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