As the season slowly drifts off into oblivion, the Tigers’ football team struggles to keep it’s hopes alive even when there is no hope to have. Off to a bad start, even by it’s standards, the team remains dedicated to keeping it’s focus on the season without knowing quite how to do that.
Read the results of the 2004 general election and how the citizens of Riverside voted at the polls.
The meeting was the first in a series of “Fireside Chats.” During the evening the topic of discussion was how public and private institutions can work together to serve the students of the Riverside area in pursuing and, above all, completing their goals for higher education.
The Tigers seem to have the edge when it came to foul calls, many of the foul calls went in their favor. Within moments of viewing the game, one could feel the intensity between the two teams. At the end of the game when both teams were walking on to the field to give their traditional handshakes, Melgarejo ran onto the field and ordered his players not to shake hands with the Fullerton Hornets. After all you should not shake hands with a “dirty team.”
For only a short time, in the dark theater that is called Landis Auditorium, a small audience went on a fantastic trip around the world. Now this Oct. 17 trip was started at 4 p.m. by Riverside Community College’s own, quite accomplished, Wind Ensemble, but it was a guest artist who introduced the audience to a new wonder of the modern world.
One of the newest additions to University Village is Village Wok, a Chinese casual-style eatery. The location has been a part of the Village community for five months and has since then managed to become a student hot spot.