Viewpoints interviews students of Riverside City College, to get their views on the news.
Day: October 24, 2008
Between Oct. 20 and Oct. 24, Riverside City College hosted a week of activities and events as part of a celebration leading up to the Homecoming football game on Oct. 25. During this week, known as “Spirit Week,” seven female candidates and three male candidates competed for the Homecoming crowns.
A formal invitation to fight HIV/AIDS As a souful response to the HIV and AIDS virus, the cast of “You’ve Passed Me By” presents a silent auction, dining, dancing and live entertainment charity event. The event will take place Nov. 1 at the Riverside Marriott.
Police are still investigating the armed robbery of Mary Figueroa, current President of the Riverside City College Board of Trustees. According to the Press-Enterprise, on Oct. 10, Figueroa was leaving the Inland Empire Hispanic Image Awards ceremony hosted at the Riverside Mission Inn around 10 p.
Election Day is right around the corner and the candidates voices seem to be everywhere, but from their platforms I’m not sure they can hear ours. The presidential debates are in full swing with talk of lower taxes, answers to the failing economy, and promises of a better life if they’re elected.
Pro by Desiree Perez Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. That’s why we need to vote “yes” on Proposition 11. This proposed change to the California State Constitution takes the power to draw congressional districts out of the hands of state legislators and gives it to a commission of registered voters.
Pro by Erin Hudson Marriage as we know it is changing, and not necessarily for the better. A “yes” vote on Proposition 8 will keep what is one of our most sacred traditions intact. In 2000 over 61 percent of Californians voted in favor of Proposition 22, that “only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California.
Riverside City College women’s cross country team seized positions 3 and 4. The course followed alongside a dry riverbed beneath an oak canopy that draped over half the course, leading to a steep hill. A mixture of grass, dirt and asphalt lined the course at the Howard Brubaker Invitational course at Irvine Regional Park on Oct.
Football team lose five straight RCC Football increases their losing streak to five in an Oct. 18 match against top-ranked Mt. San Antonio College. The Tigers put up 252 yards of total offense under the leadership of sophomore quarterback Coy Glass. Glass threw 14 of 29 for 151 yards.