Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a bill on Sept. 29 that will make it easier for community college students to transfer to a Cal State University.
After going through a competitive process among 13 cities in the United States, the City of Riverside and Riverside City College won a grant to launch their innovative project to improve college access and success in the city.
Enrollment in community colleges may be up, but that does not necessarily mean students are getting into classes.
Even with a $10 billion deficit the 2011-2012 state budget was agreed on Oct. 8.
With the approach of the Nov. 2 election, Riverside Community College District Board of Trustee Vice-President Janet Green is seeking re-election. She has been travelling around the district speaking with students, staff and faculty about the issues that concern them most.
In the midst of California’s financial meltdown, two contenders have stepped up to duke it out and let voters decide who will take the helm during these troubling times.
Beggars can’t be choosers.
This mantra, repeated by the throngs of unemployed Americans, has become a chant in the minds of those desperate for a job.
Every election season, candidates are exposed and opponents do whatever they can to raise their image by tearing down the competition. This year is no different for Meg Whitman and her campaign as it slowly begins to crumble.