WebAdvisor troubles plague student registration

During the first two days of the fall semester, many students and staff members complained about the accessibility of WebAdvisor. “On the first week of school, I got an e-mail about my financial award letter and I went to WebAdvisor to try and view it,” student Christine Tilson said.

Club Rush seeks a few good students

Music was playing, canopies were being raised and “free hot dogs” could be heard across the A. G. Paul Quadrangle. Welcome to Club Rush. Around 12 p.m., classes were letting out and Club Rush started to gain momentum. Questions were answered, e-mails were exchanged and sign up sheets were posted.

Vice presidential candidates vie for press

With the presidential election approaching in November, the amount of publicity each candidate is receiving, good and bad, is steadily growing each week. After the announcement of Gov. Sarah Palin and Sen. Joe Biden as the vice presidential nominees, they became more important to the presidential campaigns, than those in previous elections.

Now hiring: RCC president

After an exhaustive and long search for a chancellor, Riverside City College turns its attention to the search for a new president. Narcisa Polonio from the Association of Community College Trustees headed the open public forums to develop a position profile for RCC’s new president.

Pride without prejudice

Alongside outward displays of sexuality at Riverside’s gay pride festival, many political issues were also stressed. Between transvestite karaoke and RuPaul’s performance at the end of the night, the gay activists hoped to instill community and a culture of acceptance in Riverside.

In case of emergency: out of order

She gets out of her night class a little early and heads to her car in the parking lot. As she’s walking she hears footsteps behind her. She increases her pace but realizes her car is too far away. As the footsteps draw closer and closer she runs towards an emergency pole and presses the call button … but will it work?

Plot is the ‘Ghost’ of this movie

In “Ghost Town,” Ricky Gervais plays Bertram Pincus, a dentist who dies for seven minutes while undergoing surgery. After being brought back to life, he discovers that he can see and communicate with ghosts, which makes him even more grumpy than he was before.

De Niro, Pacino deliver a killer failure

Putting two of the greatest actors ever together onscreen is a risky proposition. Fortunately, Robert De Niro and Al Pacino’s performances as two veteran police detectives of the New York City police department were nothing short of stellar. The problem was that “Righteous Kill” was not worthy of actors of their caliber.

The best of Paul Newman

1) “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid” is the quintessential Newman film. He and Robert Redford play the infamous train robbers as they run off to Bolivia. This movie began Newman’s on-screen partnership with Redford and introduced audiences to Newman’s comedic side.

Paul Newman: 1925-2008

“I got vision and the rest of the world wears bifocals.” That famous line from “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid” sums up everything you need to know about its star Paul Newman. While the rest of us were busy trying to figure out life, he was busy living it.

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