Clubs offer fun change of pace

You go to class, hit the library and get your class work done in order to leave quickly. It sounds like a familiar routine to many who would like to spend the least amount of time necessary on the Riverside Community College campus. Then there are those students who stick around and meet new people, involve themselves in school activities and add fun to the routine.

Children’s art worth ‘Dimes’

Imagine you are at an exclusive art show, and surrounding you are the freelance artists who created the paintings, pottery and the beautiful images you see before you and guess what, they are all eager to meet you. Now imagine all of these very important artists are children.

Letter to the Editor

During this past school year, one of my old high school friends went through Tiger Talk to drop me out of all my classes. We registered at Riverside Community College together so our student identification numbers are exactly the same except the last number which differs only by one.

Fear of military draft real

With wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and the possibility of war in North Korea and Iran, there is a good chance that American men could eventually be drafted to serve America on the battlefield, despite Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld’s reassurance to the contrary.

Music molds many moods

I think many people would agree that all types of music do indeed influence the mood that we are in. I also believe that once our mood or feelings have been altered in a positive or negative sense that our behavior will modify itself according to this new mood we are in.

Red phones to police, not Batman

Riverside Community College Police Department is maintaining and improving its emergency services throughout the district. Emergency phones are throughout the campus. Two are in Lot Y by the athletic facilities. One is on a light pole, but the other was removed due to construction by the Child Development Center.

Publishers get Schooled

Textbook costs continue to rise to outrageous levels, prompting research to aid students in their pursuit of an affordable education. The California Public Interest Research Group released research that focused on publishing companies and the high rate of mark-up between wholesale price and the retail price charged to students.

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