The Riverside City College football team followed their decisive season opening win with a 73-7 clobbering of Victor Valley College.
The Tigers scored four touchdowns in the first quarter, one being a 28-yard punt return for a touchdown by Eddie Lackey.
From the very first trailer, “Straw Dogs” promised to be a very intense experience, but intense is hardly the word to describe this violent, edge-of-the-seat and emotionally provoking film.
“Star Wars!” Glorious “Star Wars!”
Fans of this gem of a science-fiction saga can finally view god’s gift to humanity in a high definition, digitally re-mastered, nine-disc Blu-ray set.
The Riverside City College women’s water polo team is picking up where they left off last season.
The long anticipated arrival of the Riverside City College football team’s season opener finally came and passed with a dominating 53-6 victory over the San Bernardino Valley College Wolverines.
In the six preseason matches that the Riverside City College men’s soccer team has played, the team has several concerns heading into the conference matches: finishing plays and scoring more.
With the majority of their preseason games now complete, the Riverside City College City College women’s volleyball team (5-4) seems to be coming together just at the right time.
President Barack Obama has recently announced the news of his latest strategy to tackle the rising unemployment rates the country is currently experiencing, as well as stimulating the economy.
The economic crisis and subsequent layoffs have encouraged many to return to school.
To all who knew her, Alyssa Rayne McCroskey was a beautiful, intelligent young lady who was full of life and truly wanted to make a change in the world.
In fact, “Aly’s” goal in life was to make a difference in the lives of other people.
Unfortunately, it was a goal and dream which was cut short on June 29, 2008 when Alyssa took her life.