The Riverside City College baseball team found itself well represented with seven players being named to the 2011 All-Orange Empire Conference Team.
The postseason arrived as the dominating Orange Empire Conference champions, Riverside City College fastpitch team, opened up its playoff series with Ventura City College May 7 with a 2-0 victory to take game one of a best of three series.
Things started off well enough for the Riverside City College baseball team on the weekend of their first round playoff series against the Santa Barbara City College Vaqueros.
The wind threw palm fronds onto the streets and sidewalks of downtown Riverside while spewing clouds of grit through the air.
With morning temperatures never rising above 65 degrees, April 30 was the perfect indoor, in-bed Saturday.
The Lost Years are an up and coming band that is taking the music scene by force with their infectious message of persistence, perseverance, and maintaining individuality in the face of overwhelming trials and tribulations.
Mistaken identity, romance and comical misunderstandings sounds like something out of a modern day romantic comedy. However, this is the story of William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night.”
In modern society priests are many things, however, warriors are not one of them. In the upcoming film “Priest” this is a concept that is explored.
“Something Borrowed,” was advertised to be a romantic comedy yet ended up being a painful tragedy to watch.
Rap music invaded Riverside April 30 as rising stars and a legend rocked UC Riverside.
With Memorial Day approaching on May 30, it is especially timely to stop and think of those who have served this country.
You don’t have to look far to find a veteran. Santos Martinez, a former Marine who works in Veterans Services at RCC, said that approximately 600 student veterans attend Riverside City College.