Crime rates slowly on the rise, theft going up, and people afraid to leave their homes. Safety declines in Los Angeles as a limited amount police officers exhaust themselves trying to protect the city.
Day: April 7, 2011
Raising prices has caused disruptions everywhere. From gas prices to budget cuts in school, no one is safe from the affects of the bad economy.
iPods, iPhones, iTunes, masterfully distributed by Steve Jobs, the CEO of Apple, are now involved in a class action lawsuit.
The budget cuts seem to be a topic that is just like the ever ending story, that is, a never ending story.
Riverside City College’s cosmetology department and the Childhood Cancer Foundation of Southern California joined forces April 2 in a Haircut-A-Thon, to raise money for the foundation and gather hair to make wigs for children who have lost their own while undergoing chemotherapy.
In the movie “Source Code” futuristic possibilities are explored to prevent a terrorist bombing and possibly reverse events that have already occurred.
With a bittersweet ending Riverside City College bids farewell to campus president, Tom Harris and welcomes in Cynthia Azari.
Harris has been acting as an interim president for Riverside City College after the abrupt resignation of Jan Muto in May of 2010.
Political activists scattered in front of Landis Performing Arts Center began their campaign to collect signatures for a statewide initiative that would require a third party candidate for all government elections on March 23.
Earlier this month a male described as 5 feet 10 inches tall, wearing grey sweatpants and a sweatshirt was exposing himself to female students in the parking structure at Riverside City College.
The incident has led faculty and students to be concerned over their personal safety.
The littering at Riverside City College is becoming a growing problem.