By Jair Ramirez During their second home game, the 2021 Tigers looked nothing like the 2019 version of themselves as they got beat handily on both sides of the ball. The Riverside City College team lost for the first time on its home turf since Nov. 24, 2018 in the California Community College Athletic Association
By Isabel Whitsett Drake came through again with a sonically emotional rollercoaster exhibiting his experience with love, or perhaps lust. Drake finally dropped his new album, “Certified Lover Boy” Sept. 3 after fans all around the globe anticipated this album to release in January 2021. Drake posted to his Instagram in April, showcasing his heart
In this week’s episode, Tim Nacey and Leo Cabral laugh at and stress over Season 4 Episode 18 of “Frasier” in “Ham Radio” where titular (and apprehensive) character Frasier Crane decides to write and direct an old-fashioned radio show called “Nightmare Inn.” Leo and Tim discuss how the jabs and stereotypes of certain marginalized groups
Our first fully-staffed issue is out! Our second issue this term includes vaccination deadline updates for Riverside Community College District, tips on how to succeed in your classes, memorials for both 9/11 and a local soldier who lost his life in Kabul, managing editor Daniel Hernandez’s second History of Viewpoints column and the revival of
By Joyce Nugent Coachella Valley communities held commemorative events to honor those who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001, on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Twenty years ago, on that Tuesday morning in September, extremists linked with the Islamic group al-Qaeda hijacked four airplanes and attacked multiple structures in the United
By Brianna Gomez In the midst of Hispanic Heritage Month, Hispanics and non-Hispanics are often faced with the question of what Hispanic Heritage Month means to them. Riverside City College Chicano Studies instructor Steven Moreno-Terril gave an educational view on Hispanic Heritage Month and went into depth about what it means to be Hispanic and
By Elaina Kleven The Moschino Spring 2022 ready-to-wear spring collection has been released to the public, and has been receiving positive press. Since Jeremy Scott became the creative director of Moschino in 2013, his shows have been heavily criticized as tacky, overbearing and lacking the camp-chic qualities that Moschino had established itself as in the
By Daniel Hernandez After 10 years of working to establish a student-run publication at Riverside City College, a new era came to fruition in 1932 with the hiring of a former alumnus: Robert Patton. Between 1922 and 1932, both the Tequesquite — a year book — and the student newspaper were only considered extra-curricular activities.
By John Guerrero Over the past few years, YouTube has grown exponentially and has become a place where millions of users worldwide can express themselves. Similar to TikTok’s boom, users have access to an ocean of videos ranging from gaming, cooking, comedy, horror and so much more. As YouTube grew larger and saw the potential
By Brian Calderon The Riverside City College men’s and women’s cross country teams made an early morning trip to compete in 40th Annual UC Riverside Invitational. The team fielded runners in all four events and ran on the Ag/Ops course. In the opening race, the women’s 6K, the Tigers placed 21 out of 24 teams.