It was a close game on Oct. 29 between the Riverside City College men’s water polo team and Fullerton College. The Tigers took an early lead just one minute into the game, but Fullerton came right back less than a minute later after a time out. The first quarter continued with RCC pulling ahead by one goal just to have the Hornets tie the game back up.
The happiest sad story you’ll see on the stage. Three-time Tony Award winning satire “Urinetown: The Musical” came to Riverside Oct. 25-28 in the Landis Performing Arts Center. The play was directed by Jodi Julian, an associate professor of theater arts in the performing arts department.
The women’s water polo team of Riverside City College just finished up the regular season undefeated for the second consecutive year. The Tigers now enter into the Orange empire conference as its No. 1 ranked team with a record of 27-0, and 6-0 in the conference.
It’s that time of the year again where everyone starts decorating their homes, shopping for gifts, and of course going to see a skeleton in a pin-striped suit steal one of the biggest holidays around on the big screen in “The Nightmare Before Christmas.” Forget the turkey.
When you see a plethora of buses assembled in a parking lot near Lovekin Field at 9 p.m. on a Saturday night, you might question your sanity. because we sure did. Why is it that every time an event takes place on campus, it comes and goes without the majority of students knowing it? In this case, it was a major band competition.