Discrimination policy under revision

Riverside Community College is one step closer to adopting a new discrimination policy. At the Board of Trustees meeting on May 17, the policy passed its second reading with amendments. The Feb. 28 report released by the Office for Civil Rights prompted the Academic Senate to propose that the final review of discrimination complaints fall to a three to five person panel.

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Identity theft hits close to home

Sen. Diane Feinstein said at a press conference in Riverside on April 2 that the Inland Empire has the second highest per capita rate of identity theft in the nation. Here at Riverside Community College students and faculty are starting to feel the sting of identity theft as a student Nicole Ledbetter was victim to this rising phenomena.

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