Women’s tennis returns with heads held high

The women’s tennis team finished their 2005 season with a good performance at regionals. RCC took two doubles teams to the tournament. The No. 1 team consisted of Lily Cornejo and Amber Houser. The No. 2 team included Carissa Lentz and Lauren Huxen. “The girls in the regional tournament did ok,” said coach Nikki Bonzoumet.

Swimming sets state records

Swim season has now come to an end, but not without setting some excellent times and leaving an awesome performance for the season that will not be forgotten. However, the men surpassed all expectations and did not want to end the season without some permanent records.

RCC fastpitch season ends with loss, honors

The Tiger fastpitch team may not be going to playoffs, but they didn’t end the season without honors. Sophomore second baseman Cassondra Hemsley was named to the All Orange Empire Conference First Team. Fellow sophomores shortstop Melissa Ascencio and pitcher Alexandra Ariaz joined her with honors on the second team.


Top Tiger basketball player, Shamont Brown, will become a Toro in the 2005-2006 season Brown earned a two-year scholarship to CSU Dominguez Hills. This 6-foot-4 athlete leads the RCC’s men’s basketball team with an average of 14.2 points and 7.7rebounds per game but has a game high of 24 points.


Well, “House of Wax” definitely had potential. Up and coming actors, some newer faces, and a plot that seemed to offer something slightly different than the rest of the typical horror movies hitting the theaters. I’ll say this: The movie wasn’t terrible. I’ve seen worse.

The famous Zimbabwean still sings

Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi, one of Zimbabwe’s greatest artists, has released his newest album “Nhava.” The album is blended with traditional Southern African drumming and a unique sound called Tuku music. Prize beat proclaimed that “his music has been instrumental in strengthening our freedom, socially, politically and economically.

A ‘Hotel’ worth checking into

The film “Hotel Rwanda” powerfully illustrates how, despite unspeakable odds, one person can and does make a difference. Based on true events, “Hotel Rwanda” stars Don Cheadle as Paul Rusesabagina, a devoted family man and successful hotel manager, who ultimately saves the lives of over 1,200 Rwandan people in 1994.

Make a clump of souls in ‘Katamari Damacy’

After a night of hard partying, the King of All Cosmos gets a little tipsy and destroys all the stars in the night sky. In order to correct this minor foul-up, the King assigns his pint-sized prince, a little green kid with a pill-shaped head, to make new stars by rolling up whatever detritus he can find on the planet Earth.

Stealth action at its best in ‘Chaos Theory’

The year is 2008. The world is on the brink of World War III. Citywide blackouts, stock exchange sabotage, electronic hijacking of national defense systems; This is information warfare. To prevent these attacks, operatives must infiltrate deep into hostile territory and aggressively collect critical intelligence, closer than ever to enemy soldiers.

Live your life at the point of impact

“Crash” follows the intertwining lives and careers of several different Los Angeles residents and how their experiences with racism either bring them together or tear them apart. Don Cheadle stars as Graham, a detective who must find himself in between the madness of his personal life and the racial prejudice he faces stemming from his job.

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