Fall movie season preview

The season of fall is the season to be thankful, because of the awesome movies that are set to be released.

Here is a select few of the most-talked about movies for the remainder of 2010.

No pay, no play

Following a painful defeat at the hands of the Indianapolis Colts in last season’s AFC Championship game, the New York Jets solemnly vowed to return this season with full force, nonstop, straight into the Super Bowl.

RCC coach leaves

After seven seasons as the women’s track and field, cross country and long distance head coach at Riverside City College, Mike Barbee accepted the position of assistant coach of the men’s and women’s cross country teams at McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

‘Scott Pilgrim’ vs. the box office

Edgar Wright’s new film, “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” is a 64 hit combo. The movie is based on Bryan Lee O’ Malley’s comic book series, “Scott Pilgrim.” The movie is about a slacker, bass guitar playing hero named Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera), who meets the girl of his dreams, Ramona Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead).

Harris helps plan RCC’s future

Riverside City College is undergoing many changes this semester, including various construction projects and scheduling overhauls. However, chief among these changes is the arrival of a new acting president.

Tom Harris is very familiar with the California community college system, having served as the chancellor of the North Orange County Community College District for 10 years.

Now he brings that experience to RCC. In an interview, he discussed his background, his impressions of RCC and what students can expect in the coming semester.

Welcome to the big time

College can be scary to the first time student.

Questions are asked about the campus, administration, classes, parking, tutoring, and the Bookstore.

Here are some tips to help first time college students avoid potential problems on campus.


The ‘doctor’ is out of line

Every so often, someone in the media gives the rest of the American media a gift when they seemingly forget that everything they say and do is being recorded.

Bill O’Reilly has been caught on several occasions shouting expletives at the teleprompter.

The Iraqi journalist who went shoe tossing at former President George W. Bush came up with a unique way to do it.

And now, advice guru Dr. Laura Schlessinger has joined those infamous ranks.

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