RCC Athletics celebrate and remember great feats both of past and present...
Free textbooks available for students but teachers still require students to pay hundreds for them Oct. 16. 2014 Students are continually burdened by outrageous costs for textbooks and course materials, even though high-quality low-cost alternatives exist. “Riverside City College provides a high-quality affordable education … ,” reads the first few words of the RCC mission statement. If […]
Alexis Naucler | Staff Writer Oct. 20, 2014 Riverside City College women’s volleyball team (5-8, 2-2) were shutout by the Cypress College Chargers, 25-19, 25-21, 25-17, in the Orange Empire Conference play Oct. 15. Cypress, who are currently top 10 in the state, according to the CCCAA State Rankings, this game was a bit of […]
Oct. 16, 2014 Article by Lawrence Manns | Assistant News Editor Riverside Transit Agency has billed itself as a premier way to travel anywhere in Riverside County since its founding in 1977 by investing in buses, trolleys and community services. Riverside City College has benefited from these services with three bus routes to and from the […]
Edith Noriega | Sports Editor August 22, 2014 Women’s Volleyball set into formation as they look to battle toward a new season. Tryouts lasted two days and recently on Aug. 17 the team had their first practice as a team. “We are very young in the setting area and are looking to change our […]
RCC Athletics celebrate and remember great feats both of past and present during their ceremony to induct new members into the RCC Athletics hall of fame at the Mission Inn’s Music Room on Oct. 16, 2014.
Daniel Pena | Staff Writer Oct. 16, 2014 The Riverside City College Tigers Football team will face the LA Harbor Seahawks, at Harbor this week Oct. 18. The Seahawks (1-5) (NCC 0-2) currently unranked got their first win against No. 5 Santa Monica (2-3) (SCC 2-0) with a score of 33-27. The Tigers have a […]
Daniel Pena | Staff Writer Oct. 16, 2014 The Riverside City College women’s volleyball team recently had a three game stretch in one week facing Santa Ana Irvine Valley and Saddleback. Currently RCC’s record stands (5-7) and (2-1) in the Orange Empire Conference. The Tigers took the first win against Santa Ana Oct. 3 winning […]
Alexis Naucler | Staff Writer Oct. 16, 2014 The RCC men’s water polo team endured the stamina of a marathon, the contact of hockey and the strategy of chess in their two day Riverside Tournament. RCC suffered a 16-10 loss to Diablo Valley College Oct. 10, followed by a 17-13 loss to the Palomar College […]
Edith Noriega | Sports Editor Oct. 16, 2014 Bouncing back from a feet-aching mid-week work out the Riverside City College women’s cross-country squad posted a second-place finish (54) points at the Howard Brubaker Invitational at the Irvine Regional Park Oct. 10. “I think our training is really starting to show out on the field,” Rebecca […]
Alexandra Ortiz | Asst. Sports Editor Oct. 16, 2014 “Revenge, revenge, revenge!” was the RCC chant heard throughout the stadium at the redemption game against Fullerton College on Oct. 11. Fullerton College and Riverside have a long history of being each others worst enemies. The rivalry intensified last season when the Tigers’ two losses came […]