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Raise the roar

The tailgate party starts at 3:30 p.m. and kick-off is at 6 p.m.

Upcoming tailgate parties are open to the public on Oct. 9, the theme is Community Night versus Citrus College; Oct. 16 is the Homecoming game against Orange Coast College; and Nov. 6, the theme is Employee Appreciation versus Desert College.

The events are held at the Riverside City College Practice Field. Parking will be in the parking structure off of Terracina Avenue.

Study abroad in China

The study abroad program is heading to Beijing, China for the spring 2011 semester. The trip will be from March 3 to May 14, 2011 offering courses in political science and philosophy.

The cost of the trip is $6,499 and includes round trip airfare, transfers to and from the airport in Beijing, shared dormitory accommodations, walking tours and excursions, breakfast and lunch, medical and travel insurance, and the orientation materials.

Things not included in the price are RCCD enrollment fees, passport fees, personal expenses, security deposit of $150, air taxes and fuel surcharges.

For additional information contact Jan Schall at 951-222-8340 or Jan.Schall@rcc.edu or Bill Despres at 951-222-8438 or Bill.Despres@rcc.edu or stop by Quadrangle 100.

Photography students show off work

The Riverside Community Arts Association will exhibit work by Riverside City College photography students for its autumn exhibition in its young artist gallery.  

Artist spotlight is the work of Rod Nelson.  

The exhibit will open on Oct. 13 and run until Nov. 13, Tuesdays through Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at RCAA Arts Center at 3870 Lemon St. in downtown Riverside. 

Under the spell of the ‘Bee’

The Landis Performing Arts Center will host the Broadway musical “The 25th Annual Putnum County Spelling Bee” for its off Broadway series.  

Performances will be on Oct. 28, 29 and 30 at 7 p.m. and Oct. 30 and 31 at 2 p.m.

Get your tickets early at the Landis Performing Arts Center.  Call 951-222-8100 for tickets or visit http://www.landispac.com.

Donation drives charity

Clothes don’t fit? Want to get rid of old furniture?

Temple Fitness and the Riverside City College Softball team will be at Temple Fitness on Nov. 13 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. collecting clothing, furniture, toys, electronic, etc. to benefit Goodwill job training and employment programs. 

Free flu shots

Riverside City College students can get a free flu shot at student health.  Walk in and get vaccinated to protect yourself and others against the flu. Call Student Health and Psychological Services at 951-222-8151. 

Bridge building competition

Riverside Community College District are looking for teams to register in the USA Science and Engineering Festival on Oct. 23 in a bridge building contest.  

Deadline to register is Oct. 8.  

An individual or a team of 3-4 must register with a team name, team members names, ID numbers, and phone numbers to charity.trojanowski@rcc.edu.  

Grand prize winning team will be awarded a Barnes and Noble Bookstore voucher to purchase one S.T.E.M. related textbook for the winter ‘10 or spring ‘11 semesters only. 

Concert celebrates scholarship

The Department of Performing Arts presents a concert in celebration of the new Roger Rickson Memorial Endowed Scholarship.  

The wind, jazz and evening jazz ensembles will be playing on Oct. 10. Concert is a 4 p.m., with a silent auction at 3 p.m.

$8 general admission, $6 for students and seniors at the Landis Auditorium. 

California Autumn Nights

The Riverside City College culinary academy presents California Autumn Nights on Oct. 22 at 1155 Spruce St.  

Join in an elegant evening with a six course meal, live jazz entertainment and prizes.  Tickets are $45 per person and benefit the student culinary competitions and other activities.  

For more information call 951-328-3575. 

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