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Without fear, without hate: On the path of the Sikh

The initial wave of Sikh immigrants from Jullundur and Hoshiarpur within the Punjab region of India arrived in North America around 1897, roughly ten years after the first Japanese immigrants. Similar to the Japanese and other Asiatic people, Sikhs found themselves as labourers on railroads. Like other Asians, the Sikhs were located in the Northwestern more »

The other Arboga

Caressed by sun-drenched archipelagos, storybook woodlands, and verdurous islands lush with greenery, Eastern Sweden is the heart of Summertime Scandinavia.  Blue skies and fair weather grace the festive season now that most of the ice and snow has melted away, revealing mushrooms and lavender stalks. Wooden lodges painted in warm colours hang close to the more »

Tapping Toes of Ballet Folklórico

The Calidanza Dance Company, a rising troupe of Mexican folk dancers, has been working to put themselves on the map of the arts for just over a year now. Yes, this dance company was only founded in 2013! Based in Sacramento, Calidanza has high hopes to be recognized as Sacramento’s first professional Mexican folk dance, more »

Tradition’s drum beat

At the second of the Yuba College public events series on February 15, I went in expecting to see enthusiastic performers and a wonderful show. I did not leave the theater disappointed whatsoever. The show opened with musicians Michiyo Koga and Alan Johnson playing an almost mesmerizing song with the koto and bamboo flute. Relaxing more »

Dressing the part: In the world of cosplay

I was on my way to the Sacramento Convention Center. I turned the corner and almost ran full on into a Spartan from Halo, posed for a picture with a Predator from the predator movies. Just a normal day at SacAnime. The convention’s halls were chalk full of people and, as it turned out, SacAnime more »

Summertime Yum

Summertime Yum

Summer is coming. The days are getting warmer and lasting longer which makes it the perfect time for some tasty treats to tantalize your taste buds. I have compiled a few of my favorite refreshing beverages and yummy frozen snacks for your enjoyment. All of them are super easy to make and fun for all more »

Here to keep us safe

Here to keep us safe

When it comes to ensuring the safety and security of the students and staff here at Yuba College the Yuba Community College District Police Department is fully committed to the task. The college police department uses a variety of patrolling methods to keep us safe. On any given day you will see uniformed officers patrolling more »

Through the Eye of the Master

Through the Eye of the Master

As Yuba College photography professor Eric Baral makes the trek from Sacramento up to the Marysville campus for his daily teachings, he can’t help but take his eyes off the road for a moment, and focus them on the beauty at hand within in the world. The pictures received through his black spectacles and transmitted more »

The History of the 1700 Building, and Its Impact Overseas

The History of the 1700 Building, and Its Impact Overseas

As Yuba College stands tall, nearing its 53rd year since the Marysville campus first opened it’s doors in 1962, many are the stories these walls and windows could tell. From the football field, to the darkrooms, to the cafeteria hall, these lairs play host to many of the life-altering moments that shape the people we more »

Willie Mays and "the catch," during the 1954 World Series.

Notes from center field

Willie Mays of the New York Giants, in the 1954 World Series, caught a deep drive to center field off the bat of Vic Wertz of the Cleveland Indians at the Polo Grounds in New York. Mays caught the ball directly over his head with his back turned to home plate, running full out towards more »

Yuba College president G.H. Javaheripour.

A New President Arrives

Yuba College has a new president. G.H. Javaheripour arrives at Yuba College with over 38 years of experience in higher education. He spent the last six and a half years at Victor Valley College before coming here. Javaheripour has experience with classified work study programs and middle management direction. He is faced with the challenge more »

Solar Power Soars to New Heights

Solar Power Soars to New Heights

Swiss psychiatrist and pilot Bertrand Piccard embarked on a mission in March to fly around the world in a completely solar-powered aircraft, the Solar Impulse 2. This is the first manned zero-fuel aircraft to attempt a flight of this magnitude. The trip was forecasted to take several months, and, currently, the aircraft is in China, more »

Mortal Kombat: Newest fighter is fatally addicting

Mortal Kombat: Newest fighter is fatally addicting

  Mortal Kombat fans and fighting game fans rejoice! The tenth major edition of Mortal Kombat is here with a slew of new characters and new features that are a blast for veteran players and beginners alike. NetherRealm Studios released Mortal Kombat X (MKX) on April 14 for PC, Playstation 4, and Xbox One. For more »

Jurrell Davis warming up on the Yuba College track.

Encouragement through Positivity

The Yuba College Track and Field is in their 2nd year under Coach Eric Fremd. Our team has shown continual progress under his direction. Fremd has brought excellent recruiting practices to this improving team of integrity. The relaxed, yet professional demeanor of his athletes is shown by the way they practice and go about their more »

Decades comes to Yuba College

Decades comes to Yuba College

On March 28, Yuba College welcomed the band Decades. This show was their first and hopefully not their last at Yuba College. Decades is a cover band from Chico, California. They play covers of songs from the 1940s to present day music and their own original songs, which are stylized like those of the 1950s. more »

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