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Look out for each other

According to “The American Freshman: National Norms Fall 2014 Survey,” 9.5 percent of incoming college students frequently felt depressed during the past year. This figure…


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Good enough is not good enough

Fifteen California community colleges were initially approved Jan. 20 to begin offering bachelor’s degrees by the Community College Board of Governors.

None of the Los Rios colleges were accepted into the pilot programs.

That’s because the Los Rios Community College District did not apply for a pilot program.

Some of the programs that have been initially approved are in fields in which Los Rios colleges have certificates or degrees available.

For example, American River College offers an associate’s degree in funeral services. Cypress College received approval for an expanded mortuary science program. The programs are identical in core curriculum. If Los Rios had applied, perhaps ARC could be offering a bachelor’s degree in that discipline.



The Community College Board of Governors selected 15 colleges for four-year pilot programs. Los Rios was not among the districts considered. // Photo by Gabby Smith // Gabbysmith.express@gmail.com

Los Rios district passes on four-year degrees

Fifteen California community colleges have obtained initial approval to begin four-year programs offering bachelor’s degrees in fields ranging from airframe manufacturing technology to mortuary science. The…


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Defending freedom of speech

In Copenhagen on Valentine’s Day, a man was shot and killed at a free speech event. This came just over a month after “Charlie Hebdo,”…


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Be considerate — register responsibly

At the beginning of every semester students stand in the back of a classroom or sit on the fl oor waiting. After attempting to register…


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Healthcare is a right not a privilege

Before each holiday season begins, the flu season arrives. Depending on how active the season is and how virulent the strain is, in influenza or…


A food and clothing drive is underway inside City College’s library benefiting the Sacramento Food Bank. Next to the Sacramento Food Bank drive, the Los Rios Police Department displays a tree with four remaining tags in hopes for the children to get sponsored by City College students, staff and faculty. The tags describe the childrens ages, shoe and clothes sizes as well as a desired toy. Elizabeth Ramirez | Staff Photographer | elizabethramirezexpress@gmail.com

Giving back the Season of Giving

As the season progresses from fall and moves into winter, skeletons and witches hung to spook trick-or-treaters have been replaced with decorative ceramic turkeys and…


Football helmets and shoulder pads located in a storeroom.

Kris’s Korner: Monday night miracles

Sometimes the worst things in fantasy football are also the best. That’s a fairly vague statement, I know. Stick with me though. I’m getting to…