Mark Twain once said that the correct way to cross a lake is on a bicycle.
The first week of classes always brings a certain level of excitement and anticipation. Unfortunately, it also provides a giant feeling of dread at the prospect of finding parking on campus.
Walking into a school with no instructors sounds outlandish.
The horror isn’t over.
California budget cuts continue.
Riverside City College is under sanction from the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, a part of the Western Association of Junior Colleges.
There was food and plenty of wine to go around.
Business owners, friends, and public officials gathered at the Canyon Crest Winery on Feb. 26 to offer their support to Riverside City College Board of Trustee member Jose Medina in his campaign for the seat in the state Assembly of District 64.
Imagine 400 available parking spaces that were untouched by other students.
On March 2 and 3 students active in on-campus clubs gathered in the Arthur G. Paul Quadrangle to recruit new members and bring awareness to their fellow peers.
For almost 100 years, Riverside Community College has received praise for its campus.
The school’s unique architectural styles reflect its diverse community, but they do not all reflect California’s current safety standards.
This summer, construction will begin on the Wheelock Gymnasium at Riverside City Campus in order to comply with updated safety codes regarding fire and earthquakes.