Cooking, crew cuts, makeup

A remodeled Quad helped bring in a huge turn out at this year’s CareerFest. More than 1,000 students came walking through the Quad during the three hour event. In its second year, CareerFest brought career representatives from around the area to help students interact with organizations from many different businesses to see which career path suited them.

San Diego artist is on the rise

Fresh off of making her late night television debut on “Last Call with Carson Daly,” Tristan Prettyman brought her brand of thoughtful love songs to The Coach House in San Juan Capistrano on March 21. Prettyman is on the opening leg of her tour supporting her new album “Hello.

Citrus puts squeeze on Tigers

Citrus College started off fast and did not let up a as they dropped the Tigers 15-10 at the Evans Sports Complex. One Riverside player said, “We couldn’t get out of the first inning.” Riverside walked three straight batters to start the game and gave up four hits in the first inning to give Citrus a six run cushion to start the game.

The ‘Evil Empire’ of baseball has a heart

The New York Yankees might have just played the most significant game of their season, and it wasn’t even against another major league team. On March 18 the New York Yankees paid a visit to the Virginia Tech campus and participated in an exhibition game to honor the victims of the last year’s campus shootings.

Fastpitch pitches a slow one

On March 14 at the Evans Sports Complex, the Riverside City College Tigers took on the Fullerton Hornets. The game was a challenging match; both teams are extremely competitive and well-oriented in the sport. However, the Tigers struggled to find their offense and were defeated 0-3.

The newfangled seven sins

Not recycling is grounds for eternal damnation. The seven original deadly sins that have been around for over 2,000 years have been ruled as having a “rather individualistic dimension,” according to Monsignor Gianfranco Girotti, head of the Apostolic Penitentiary.

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