An open invite to prospective legal professionals The Law Society of Riverside City College is hosting a free-paralegal open house luncheon on April 25 from 12:30-2 p.m. in the Digital Library Auditorium. For those interested in a career in the legal field, there will be information on pursuing an associates degree in paralegal studies.
Month: April 2009
It’s ironic that the very thing that makes “Resident Evil 5” such a great game is also one of its biggest weaknesses. Capcom’s anticipated “Resident Evil 5” is here, and it’s every bit as gorgeous and as much like “Resident Evil 4” as you hoped. “Resident Evil 5” plays like an encore of its predecessor.
Who needs to spend $80 to buy “Resident Evil 5,” when you can play these games…for free. With most people’s financial situation these days, it’s become increasingly hard to afford those ridiculously over priced games. Instead, switch to the internet and look to free online gaming.
Presidential candidates have done it. Hollywood celebrities have done it, too. Now it’s the music industry’s turn to “go green.” This new “go green” trend within the music industry comes at the perfect time when environmental issues appear to be a major concern for many people.
Wanna See It? this week might yield a trip to the movies for the hosts and Stephanie says goodbye to her favorite television show.
Join Viewpoints staff members Stephanie Holland, Javier Cabrera, Daniel Torres and Melvyn Rivas as they discuss March Madness, NBA MVP race and football.
This week we talk about the new episode of “Heroes” and if it was any good. Then did “Dollhouse” rock this week? One of the hosts is on the fence about “Lost,” guess who.