The application process has closed and the review is underway to find the next president of the Riverside Campus. The new president will fill the administrative position and duties which will open as RCC emerges from a three campus college to a three college district.
Day: April 12, 2005
Exactly two years after the rape of a Riverside Community College female student behind the Applied Technology building a verdict was reached. The seven women and five men jury convicted Charles Lenard Hale guilty of rape by force for fear, kidnapping to commit rape and criminal threats.
Once again, another election passed at Riverside Community College without even a glance from the students. The percentage of student voters for the student trustee election decreased from last year’s 1.8 percent even with the convenience of online voting.
Riverside Community College requires students to take a health course in order to graduate, but they cannot apply what they learn at RCC due to the limited food selection, poor parking and chaotic schedules. Eating unhealthy foods is a major problem.
In a recent investigation the Office for Civil Rights found that Riverside Community College placed the interests of faculty before the interests of those they serve: students. According to the report compiled by the office, RCC failed to take “timely, reasonable and effective steps” to address student allegations of sexual and racial discrimination.
Riverside Community College is an identity thief’s dream. Personal information is easily available to anybody who really wants it. By merely eavesdropping in the writing center or math lab someone could gain countless student identification numbers. Social Security numbers are also used on almost all of RCC’s registration documents.