The big battle in the classroom

Students are subjected to instructors’ ranting of their own political beliefs. At Riverside Community College, many instructors are guilty of using class time for pushing their political bias instead of the instructor’s subject matter. Although politics play a big role in society, they should not have such a strong grip in the classroom.

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Two sides to every story

In our society, especially in crowded Southern California, we are faced daily with treatment by others ranging from complete indifference to outright hostility. It is an unfortunate fact these days that people are usually too self-absorbed to acknowledge the existence of anyone else long enough to extend common courtesy to each other.

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Rookies help qualify

With four rookies and only two returners, Riverside Community College’s Golf team is on its way to qualify for regionals. The Tigers are currently 5-5 and standing in fifth place, but to qualify for regionals they will have to move into fourth. Riverside is half way through the season, and the putting players are still struggling.

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Gear Up and go

In other civilized societies, say ancient Greece, relationships between the young, inexperienced, and the older, more experienced, were a normal reality for the general public. The value and necessity of these relationships is painfully obvious to some and this is where mentoring programs come in.

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