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Back in the saddle

Back in the saddle

Taskin, a rare buttermilk buckskin stallion of the Gypsy Vanner breed, made an appearance in Rancho Murieta California. This famous stallion was made into a Breyer model in 2012 as a limited edition with only 750 made. Taskin is meeting all of his west coast fans by appearing in shows with Starfire Gypsy Horses. Grand more »

49ers line up for a kick at home against Gavilan

Top caliber 49ers

The Yuba College Football 49ers are coming off a fine 2014 season, having posted a 6-5 record, making the playoffs against West Hills Coalinga. Although the 49ers lost that game on the road in Southern California, the score was close and the 49ers dominated the second half in a 14-7 game. What makes this so more »

Get Condemned in Marysville

Get Condemned in Marysville

  Opened on August 1st, Condemned is unlike any other attraction around. Condemned is a unique and thrilling horror-themed experience. Despite its horror-themed nature, it isn’t a haunted house, as one might think, but an interactive real-life escape experience. Locked in a room, with 60 minutes on the clock, up to 12 people have only more »

Picture of Desiray drinking Starbucks.

The cult of Starbucks

The other day, on the short walk from my car to my class, I counted six students with Starbucks cups. And, once I got to class, I counted two more students with Starbucks drinks. Starbucks is very popular with students, but there are drawbacks that should make it not so popular with students. For one, more »

The art of writing and publication: tips and advice

The art of writing and publication: tips and advice

If you’ve ever had the impulse to write a book but aren’t necessarily sure on how to begin or find it hard to keep going, here are a few tips from author and Yuba College adjunct professor, Michael Golding. Set a time to write. It doesn’t matter how long or how much you get written, more »

Michael Golding publicity photo

A Poet of the Invisible World

In Michael Golding’s A Poet of the Invisible World, we embark on the spiritual journey of Nouri Ahmad Mohammad ibn Mahsoud al-Morad. Born in 13th century Persia and with four ears, Nouri lands in the hands of a Sufi order after his mother flees with him as an infant, fearing that her son would meet 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 »

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