What do you get when you mix backstabbing and disloyalty…? A healthy slice of Riverside student government. Yet as it seems, this mixture of leadership is not as good as you may think. When I first filed to run as vice president, many people assumed I was running to elevate my career.
Month: September 2005
In 1998 what is arguably the greatest role-playing game was released onto the Sony Playstation. That game was Final Fantasy VII. The game revolutionized the way we look at games; by bringing cinematic cut scenes to help flesh out the story, and to make the player feel attached to each of the various characters in the game.
The fall semester has set the tone of renovation for Riverside Community College, including the remodeling of the Martin Luther King Jr. Teaching and Learning facility formerly known to most RCC students as the Martin Luther King Jr. Library. The re-opening of the facility took place on Aug. 31, as well as a rededication of the facility itself, which was given by the staff and faculty of RCC.
When classes started this semester there was a change in student government. Mike Gasca was given a social suspension which effectively negates his position as vice president of the Associated Students of Riverside Community College. Gasca said he was called into Dean of Student Services Monica Delgidillo-Flores’ office Sept.
In a city where evil lurks behind every corner, you can be a hero. This is the premise for the massively multiplayer online role playing game, or MMORPG, known as “City of Heroes”. Role playing games have never been my style; I’m more of a real time strategy game player.
With 10 straight wins this season, the women’s water polo team is doing exactly what they need to do to get to state. The team finished last year with an overall standing of 28-5. Overall, they won 24 games in a row before falling to Golden West and then had their hopes crushed at state championships later by the same team.
New students to Riverside Community College have been introduced to a new center for learning, not the Martin Luther King building, but the Lovekin Field classroom complex. For the next two years, Lovekin field is the replacement series of classrooms for the A.
“You will save money through us, look at all these options, just sign this three-year contract and you’re good to go.” How many times have you heard these statements on campus while passing the tents and booths selling gym subscriptions near the Admissions Office? With solicitors at nearly every store front in the area, it might seem unnecessary to be hounded at a place of learning.
Imagine walking up to a room and planning to feel awkward and intimidated by an overwhelming number of guys. You breathe a sigh of relief as you walk into one of the rooms of the Riverside Community College Automotive Technology Department, because the first person that you see is a young woman.
The academic year began with great fanfare Sept. 16, during Riverside Community College’s annual Convocation in the A.G. Paul Quadrangle. A host of officials from a variety of colleges came to greet the new academic year, expressing eager anticipation for the coming months.