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With demands for STEM majors being the rallying cry for our nation’s young adults in the twenty-first century, colleges are more apt to stuff curriculums full of coding and calculus rather than the arts of reading, writing and critical thinking.
“Tutor and student teach as much as possible before you actually start teaching on your own. You pick up many great habits and tips that way,” advises Denise Engler.
It’s rare to sit down and talk with someone who can’t say a word.
Custodial supervisor Preston Harris says the holes are made through the walls of bathroom stalls and it’s been an off and on issue for at least the last decade.
American River College Professor John Bell advises students on the academic path to “consider participating in society as much as you can by taking leadership positions.”
He grew up the child of “brain drain” emigrants from Egypt. Now a noted expert on Middle East affairs, Tamir Sukkary not only achieved acclaim working for the state Legislature, but he carries on the tradition of brilliance of his family.
A beloved teacher and counselor at American River College has been missing since last week.
Devin Johnson did some detective work of his own. he tracked his phone to a nearby home through the Find my iPhone app. He and some fellow MMA fighters then paid the home a visit.
This week, someone stole the iPad right out of the wheelchair-bound student’s lap as he was waiting for class. The man grabbed it and ran. But this story has a happy ending.
Tanishq Abraham and his sister Tiara, 7, are both members of Mensa and go to college, to the surprise of their classmates.
This fall, local colleges and universities will be presenting live productions of award-winning theater throughout the area.
Casey Elston knew the “No Parking” sign in front of his house wasn’t there when he left for work October 18.