Riverside City College student government held a welcome back barbecue on Sept. 8 for the returning and incoming students.
Month: September 2011
Viewpoints recently had the opportunity to sit down with Jonathan Flike, the president of the associated students of Riverside City College and Joey Reynoso, the vice president of ASRCC.
With budget cuts becoming a hindrance, Riverside City College students, faculty and staff fear for their education and for instructor layoffs.
Paul Mitchell was arrested on assault and battery charges on Sept. 21 at Riverside City College after he allegedly pushed Active Minds Club President Doug Figueroa.
In the early morning of Sept. 14, Riverside City College students taking morning classes were surprised by a 4.1 earthquake, which later was centered in Yucaipa.
“Welcome to Texas! Unless you’re Al Jazeera.” That’s the title of Brazilian blogger Gabriel Elizondo’s post on the Al Jazeera website on September 4, 2011.
As the year approaches its end, enthusiasts watch as an era comes to a close with Apple Inc. The future of Apple could potentially become much different from the brand the world has come to know and love.
As society continues to evolve and adapt, our culture still refuses to accommodate certain subcultures like goths, atheists, gays, lesbians, and transgenders.
As American citizens, we have the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
On Sept. 6, the war against same-sex marriage continued in the face of a new audience: the ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
The fight for same sex marriage is not something that popped up overnight. It has been an ongoing battle since the 1970s.