A guide to the new semester

Registering for classes has not gotten any easier since the beginning of last fall. Spots are full in classes, waitlists are filling up and there aren’t enough classes to go around.
In the seemingly never-ending search and struggle to get classes for the spring semester, here a few pointers to take into consideration

RCC honors one of its own

For 50 years Glenn Hunt served the students and faculty of Riverside City College as an instructor, department chair and dean.

He was a leader and pioneer in the mathematics and science departments.

On Jan. 6 at the age 74, Hunt passed away after a long battle with cancer. On Jan. 28 the college honored Hunt with a memorial service in the Digital Library Auditorium.

Editorial- The most important class ever

California is a great place to live.

There’s the beach, the mountains and lots of great landmarks. However, a large price is paid for all this greatness.

The shadow of the big one constantly looms over the postcard perfect views.

A fresh start with a new face

After several seasons of disappointment and angst in the football program, Riverside City College Athletic Director, Barry Meier, has brought in former San Diego State University head coach Tom Craft. A very prominent figure in the junior college coaching system, Craft, 56, now takes over a team in dire need of a turnaround.

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