An editor’s glimpse of Israel

On my way to Israel, I thought that the horrors I had seen in Poland and at the sites of the Holocaust would be left behind me. I was wrong – at least at first. My roommate for the first part of the mission was a girl from Pittsburgh, who happens to be a practicing Muslim of Iranian decent.

California students unite to protest budget cuts to education

Three weeks before Governor Schwarzenegger was scheduled to submit his May revision for $5.4 billion in budget cuts to education, the Associated Students of Riverside City College Senate sponsored a rally located in back of the cafeteria to protest against proposed budget cuts to education Picketers marched around campus shouting “Educate.

When literary worlds collide

It is often said that reading a good book is like opening a door to a hidden world. For book enthusiasts, this world opens to the public on the last weekend in April when the literary world descends on the UCLA campus for the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.

RCC students celebrate Earth

Students along with clubs gathered in the A.G. Paul Quadrangle to celebrate Earth Day, which is intended to raise awareness of and appreciation for the Earth’s environment. The event took place on April 22, from 12:50 to 1:40 p.m. It was also held to promote Riverside City College’s recycling program.

Here we go again

After three rejections of candidates last year, the Board of Trustees announced two new candidates on April 29 for the position of Chancellor of the Riverside Community College District.

‘Six Degrees’ of success

The house lights dim slowly. A hush falls over the audience. A few steps are heard making their way in the dark, as the stage lights are suddenly brought up. A naked man is standing just inches from the audience. The play begins with a slight shock, already capturing the interest on the audience.

Offensive is the new funny

Some might say that one can be offensive yet tasteful, and then there are those that might say that tasteless is way more fun, so forget it, and bring on the racially inappropriate jokes. “Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay” is the promised sequel to the 2004 munchies-induced comedy “Harold and Kumar go to White Castle.

Hornets see eye of the Tiger

From stolen bases and strikes, to foul balls and runs, the Riverside City College Tigers and Fullerton College Hornets displayed the real meaning of baseball. Putting an end to a four-game losing streak, the Tigers caught a fly ball, securing a 4-3 win over Fullerton on April 24.

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