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Art corner info

  -Student Art Show: When: December 1 Where: Yuba Sutter Regional Arts Building (630 E Street Marysville) -Semesterly Ceramic Sale When: November 31 Where: 1000 quad (Yuba College Campus)

Opening more than your mind to art

Have you ever thought of opening your house to a whole community? Well, that is exactly what our very own Ceramics teacher Glenn Husted did, for two straight weekends in a row. (October 8,9,15,16). Over sixty artists opened forty plus studios and homes to the residents of Nevada County for these four days.  It was more »

B’s book review:The Woman In Black

The Woman In Black, by Susan Hill is an 1983 novel that is soon to be a major movie. The story itself is a classic tale of a mysterious haunting in an old England town. Arthur Kipps, the main character is sent on business as his firm’s solicitor to manage a client’s papers after her more »

Are you the 99 percent?

For over a month now protesters have taken over Wall Street in New York, apparently to voice their outrage over the financial sector’s part in the current economic crisis. There has been a lot of police action, governmental attempts at intercession, and criticism that the protesters have no real agenda and are more upset they more »

To Be Or…

The mood of room 724 could literally be described as suicidal on October 19 at noon.

Yuba College runs over Shasta College

The Niners hold Shasta to -4 yards rushing as they run to their first conference victory 

Make a difference October 22nd

Clean up North Beale Road on October 22nd – Make a difference day. Sign ups West parking lot of the college at 9am

Last Chance for area Farmers Markets

 In only a few short weeks the Farmers Markets in Yuba City will end until next Spring. Both outdoor markets will end the last weekend in October, normally restarting again in April.  The Saturday Farmers Market located at the town square on Plumas street, will end on the October 29, 2011. Sunday’s Farmers Market located more »

Yuba College Conference Preview

Yuba College looks to turn shaky non-conference play around as Bay Valley Conference games begin

Haiti is still in Need

Death, poverty, disease,starvation and hope.

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