Day: September 27, 2010
Riverside City College’s construction boom continues with the new aquatics center scheduled to open in January 2011.
One may think that the company responsible for the catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico would apologize for the faults they made that caused irreparable damage to families and the environment; yet, we find ourselves in a corporate debacle.
Five foreign men have filed a lawsuit towards the Boeing Co. for their assisted role in kidnapping, yet the ruling in the court states that they may not sue under the pretense of national security secrets being leaked. The threat of secrecies being leaked does not fully justify disqualifying someone’s liberties.
The Riverside City College library is where most students go to check out a book, to copy some papers, and to do the usual studying with a couple of buddies. The biggest reason people go to the RCC library is to use the computers. Many people don’t have internet access in their home or even own a computer. So the RCC library computers are there to help that situation, but this recent occurrence might just ruin it for many people. A few students have been caught watching pornography in the library, and the question is if the library should put up filters on the computers.
The only thing harder than passing classes at Riverside City College is finding parking to make it to them.
Anytime a theater company does a production of an Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice musical, there’s a certain amount of expectation involved. Even more so when that production is “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” one of his most popular and commercially successful shows.
Grant money allows construction on the new Nursing/Science building to continue at Riverside City College.
On Sept. 18, the Moreno Valley College hosted Never Again Benefit Concert Remembering Norma Lopez.
The Riverside City College Wheelock Gym will be standing strong for many years to come.