This week on campus

Students walking by the Martin Luther King Learning and Resource Center better watch their step, literally. Designated blocks on the sidewalk have been squared away for aspiring artists and anybody wanting to express their visual side. Riverside City College Art Club is sponsoring Chalk Walk, an event with a cash prize of up to $75 for first place to help celebrate Earth Week.

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By David Morris

By David Morris

Students walking by the Martin Luther King Learning and Resource Center better watch their step, literally. Designated blocks on the sidewalk have been squared away for aspiring artists and anybody wanting to express their visual side. Riverside City College Art Club is sponsoring Chalk Walk, an event with a cash prize of up to $75 for first place to help celebrate Earth Week.

Maho Tsunaki, a member of the Art Club, enjoyed the opportunity to draw on the ground. Her drawing depicted a woman stealing herself away from the city which she explained as people need to celebrate Earth Week by getting out of the city and having some fun.

Taking a few steps more, entering the Bookstore Promenade, students are able to peruse through more than 25 representatives from colleges, universities and private institutions. Financial Aid help and a specialized student loan company, Nellie Mae, was also present. The Riverside City College Transfer and Career Center organized this event under the coordination of Ellen Brown-Drinkwater.

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