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The spoils of addiction: a cappuccino quest

Josa Lamont | Features Editor August 28, 2014 As an adult college student, I somehow acquired a coffee habit that grew to shameful regularity when I wasn’t looking.  And as an old college student, I had plenty of time to tire of the tangy flavor by altogether too much repetition.  I tried varying my flavors, […]

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Prospect House’s last ‘Back to the Summer’ show burns up Downtown

Valerie Osier | Interim Features Editor Aug. 25, 2014 A crowd of social misfits presses into the sweaty, dark basement of Back to the Grind in downtown Riverside on a muggy Wednesday night. Like most small time shows, the first band set up late, but Tijuana natives The End didn’t fail to get the 30 […]

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Repairs are being made to fix problems caused by this week’s thunderstorm

James H. Williams | Managing Editor Aug. 22, 2014 Campus data and communication systems were affected by the thunderstorm that took place on Aug. 20. The storm disabled fire alarms on the campus of Riverside City College, the Rubidoux education annex and other Riverside Community College District offices located off the campus of RCC. An […]

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Tigers water polo programs set goals for 2014

Edith Noriega | Interim Sports Editor August 22, 2014 Men’s water polo With the season opener just a goal away, Riverside City College men’s water polo team looks toward a fresh start. “We just finished hell week with all new leaders,” head coach Jason Northcott said. “Our main focus was building connections and conditioning.” The […]

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August 21st News Briefs

Subsidy increase sits on the Board table Riverside City College could receive a $60,000 increase in food subsidies to improve cafeteria salaries and benefits, pay bankcard fees and purchase additional food supplies if a proposed resolution is approved by the Board of Trustees. The proposal of a district wide subsidy increase of $180,000 was presented […]

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Committee names new building after district founder

The Facilities Recognition and Naming Committee voted unanimously to name the proposed Student Services and Administration Building after former superintendent Charles A. Kane. “Kane’s vision of having a three campus district has been one of the most significant events in the history of the college,” student services said in a statement supporting Kane’s nomination. “We […]

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Giuliano’s Italian food finds Riverside

Travis West | Editor-In-Chief August 22, 2014 Creamy alfredo sauce, spicy sausage with penne pasta, hearty lasagna and rich and chocolaty truffles. It is always difficult to find a local Italian restaurant that serves fresh and authentic food, but just down the street from RCC on Magnolia Avenue sits Giuliano’s Trattoria. When this establishment first opened […]

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Chancellor Select: Michael Burke discusses the formulation of his district wide goals, and the standing imperatives that will build the agenda for his chancellorship at 1533 Spruce Street.

RCCD new chancellor begins building district vision

Josa Lamont | Interim News Editor August 25, 2014 Milwaukee Area Technical College President Michael Burke was named the Riverside Community College District Chancellor at the Board of Trustees meeting held at Moreno Valley College on June 17. “I’m thrilled,” Burke said. “They had me at hello.” Initial undertones: In the days since Burke took […]

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RCC Dance holds annual Summer Showcase

Marissa Bostick | Staff Writer August 22, 2015 Riverside City College’s dance department recently put on its annual summer showcase featuring a variety of dances in various genres including contemporary, ballet and Broadway. With the exception of two faculty members, RCC students choreographed the dances. The free event was not just about showcasing students’ work […]

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With football comes pasta this fall at RCC

Alexandra Ortiz | Staff Writer The boys of fall are back and so is the RCC pasta! The RCC Tigers football team has been getting ready to kick off their season against Bakersfield at home on Sept. 6. Finally the excitement of the fall semester is back under the Saturday night lights but if you […]

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