Viewpoints Sports Podcast
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Back to square one
Three rejections, two withdrawals and one new interim chancellor; amidst the internal struggles, the Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees is back to square one in its search for a permanent chancellor.
Meshay Brown will take over as new ASRCC President
Meshay Brown was elected president of the Associated Students of Riverside City College. She expressed her commitment and delectation to having received the position. “I am really excited and look forward to making a difference as president of ASRCC,” she said.
Model United Nations teaches students diplomacy
he Model United Nations is an organization known across America consisting of a group of students who travel the country to debate and gain diplomatic knowledge of other countries. Riverside City College’s MUN program began as a small organization in 1956 and has grown to be recognized across the country.
RCC student fights for peace
Summer is just around the corner, and while some students will enroll in summer courses and others will be enjoying the sand and surf, Riverside City College student and United States Army Specialist Christian Knowlton will be on his way to Iraq. Operation Iraqi Freedom has been a subject of controversy since it began in March 2003.
Forensic files RCC style
It’s a dull day in the A.G. Paul Quadrangle. There is not a lot of action going on, that is until you see the “dead” body. A mock crime scene investigation was put on May 27 by students of the Criminal Investigation class on campus. Originally slated for 12:40 p.
Chenoweth teaches students to appreciate pirouettes
Instructor Rita Chenoweth sheds light on the subject of dance. Chenoweth teaches dance appreciation and Jazz Dance Technique here at RCC. She’s been teaching at RCC since 1989. For someone who has been dancing since she was three years old, she certainly knows what she’s doing.
Starving population: Jobs look scarce for everyone
“I’m sorry but we’re not accepting applications.” These are the words I hear everytime I enter a restaurant in search of a job. What happened to the days when the hostess at least pretended you have a chance at getting hired? I started off my job search with the mindset that I would up grade from my previous job as a server.
Tragedy in China
Sichuan, sounds like a sandwich doesn’t it? Actually it’s one of the Provinces in China that were most affected by the recent earthquakes that have taken place. Just recently, reports of aftershocks throughout the province resulted in more than 420,000 homes being razed.