The goal was to repeat as the Orange Empire Conference champion but the Riverside City College men’s cross country team came short behind Orange Coast for the title Oct. 28 at Moreno Valley College.
The rich control everything. They live in the best houses and have the most important jobs while the poor stay in ghettos where the price of living makes them live day-to-day.
Picture a church, with high vaulted ceilings, nothing on the white-washed walls, a stage at the front of two rows of pews, and a long aisle leading up to the stage.
If there is anything that is sure to draw an audience, it’s anything labeled “controversial.”
Bank heists have been widely enjoyed in modern entertainment.
The Mission Inn area of Riverside is known for its many art walks, its Christmas festivities, its coffee shops and its numerous antique malls. But only during Halloween is Riverside’s haunted history brought to light.
Riverside Community College District produces many students who hope to play a major role in shaping the world of tomorrow.
One such student is Nick Bygon, student trustee of RCCD.
Fog enshrouded the Martin Luther King Jr. Teaching/ Learning Center on the morning of Oct. 19 as students filed out of the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics center through twin glass doors, picket signs in hand and voices raised.