Ever since the economic crisis began back in 2007, schools of all sorts, from elementary to high school to major colleges and universities have been cut to pieces in an attempt to compensate for the lack of funding.
All ages of admirers flocked to the Riverside Woodcrest Community Library for the third annual Robot Expo on the afternoon of Nov. 19.
First, a single violinist warmed up on the stage, going through basic musical scales.
Seeing “The Muppets” at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood on Nov. 22 brings fans back to watching old reruns of the classic TV show.
Ever heard of the California Community College Student Success Task Force? If not, there might be a very valid reason for that.
With the final budget report for the 2011-2012 fiscal year submitted, the Financial Services department at Riverside City College seems to not be affected by any cuts.
America, land of the greed, home of the slave, if the founding fathers could see what our nation has turned into they would not doubt convulsively vomit.
Capping off a perfect (11-0) season, the Riverside City College football team defeated the Saddleback College Gauchos in the Golden State Bowl, 31-14.
While the minutes counted down to the end of the state championship match Nov. 19, Ashley Fedler shot a backhanded goal that put the Riverside City College women’s water polo team up, 6-4, against Golden West College.
California’s state budget is in a record state of decline.