Araujo eyes championships

Erin Araujo leads the volleyball team with a total 166 kills, and is averaging 3.19 kills and 3.04 digs per game. A freshman from Paloma Valley High School, Araujo is accustomed to high averages. In high school, she was given the honors of All-Valley for two years, All-League for four years, and was varsity captain for three years.

Parking structure construction on schedule

The parking structure planned for Riverside Community College’s Riverside Campus is slated to commence construction in January. According to Director of Facilities Robert Gurrola, it is estimated to be completed beginning in 2007. Gurrola said that the architectural design for the parking structure is under review by the State Architecture Department, which reviews the overall safety of the design, such as the access to the parking structure and its structural strength.

Students at RCC have options for on campus eating

Students on the Riverside Campus have options for on campus meals; breakfast lunch and dinner are available in the cafeteria. The cafeteria serves a wide range of meals throughout the day. The campus has a full breakfast and lunch grill where full plates are served hot.

A.G. Paul Quadrangle renovation delayed until end of year

Students walking through the A.G. Paul Quadrangle will notice eerie an feel of a ghost town, door fixtures torn out and boarded up and no students in sight. The reconstruction project on the Quad has been delayed a month. Cecilia Wong, executive dean of Technology & Learning Resources commented that administrative activity including accreditation for all three Riverside Community College campuses delayed the bidding process.

Chancellor to retire

Chancellor Salvatore Rotella announced his retirement from his position Oct. 18. His retirement will take effect October 16, 2006. “Well, it does not come as a surprise,” said Ray Maghroori, Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs. “We’re going to miss him.

Arnold has the goods for another go at governor.

For Arnold Schwarzenegger, on-camera charisma translates into political capital. We are truly a nation that values appearances. Dating back to the televised presidential debates in 1960 between pale, sick-looking Richard Nixon, and young, tanned John F.

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