From the moment that Riverside City College has opened its doors in 1916, it also has been open for petitioners to seek signatures.
It was a dark and rainy day on Oct. 5 when Riverside City College held their annual job fair in the A.G. Paul Quadrangle.
Despite the weather, it did not seem to perturb many as the employers and the potential employees who were out in full force making new possibilities happen.
The youth turns up the heat on Wall Street.
Thousands have gathered in public squares all across the country in what has become the largest public demonstration against corporate greed since the bank bailouts of 2008.
If paying student service fees weren’t already enough on Riverside City College students, budget cuts also took a toll toward statistically helpful programs offered at RCC.
The chant of “We are the 99 percent” shouted out loud at the pedestrian mall in Downtown Riverside was liberated and occupied by just over 300 people of all ages from toddlers with their parents to retirees on Oct. 15.
Cynthia Azari was officially sworn in as Riverside City College’s tenth president at the Landis Performing Arts Center on Oct. 6.
Azari’s inauguration took place six months after she officially accepted the position as president in April.
A protest was held outside of the Martin Luther King Jr. building at Riverside City College on Oct. 19 to protest the loss of mentors of the Science Technology Engineering Math center.
The No. 2 -ranked Riverside City College football team survived a 14 point comeback on the road from the Citrus College Fighting Owls, winning 38-24.
The Science Technology Engineering Math Center, a nationwide program offered at Riverside City College, was shut down without any notice to students or faculty Sept. 30 through Oct. 4.
In recent years, wireless Internet has become an accessible platform available in places like Starbucks, McDonalds and International House of Pancakes.