Riverside City College has a no smoking policy on campus, or does it?
Riverside City College, like 260 other colleges and universities across the United States, has recently joined in the movement of becoming a healthier and cleaner campus.
Like the economy, President Obama’s job performance, and health care, immigration is one of the pundit-cherished talking points that can literally be debated for hours with no change made at all.
Everyone knows that to teenagers, everything is ramped up to life or death proportions. However, no one expects those words to be taken literally.
Financial concerns have welled up among the Riverside City College District faculties since California state controller John Chiang mentioned in July the potential necessity of issuing IOUs to manage cash for community colleges.
Although Lot 33, the off campus parking lot, was established to mitigate parking issues, Riverside City College has decided to cancel its Friday shuttle service.
Budget concerns, parking woes and class work was put on hold for awhile when students at Riverside City College, faculty, and professors gathered in the A.G. Paul Quadrangle on Sept. 30 for the 94th annual Convocation ceremony.
A year ago the Viewpoints editing staff held an experiment called “The Vice Project.”
We each gave up a vice for one week and chronicled our reactions.
Well we’re at it again with “The Vice Project 2.”
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