Distributing birth control on college campuses through vending machines is a controversial move but reasonable choice.
America the land of opportunity has arguably turned, as most citizens can say, into the perfect example of a paradox.
The spring semester has started for each community college in California, but instead of looking forward to a great start to the semester, each community college is feeling the low blow hit to the stomach, after hearing that there will be an additional $149 million cut during the 2011-12 academic year.
After walking down the stairs and through the parking structure to their cars, expecting to get in and leave, Riverside City College students notice a variety of flyers pinned to their windshield.
Not even five years after the A.G. Paul Quadrangle has been renovated, students have become plagued with poor heating and air conditioning.
Riverside City College students were unable to avoid the rush as many stopped by to learn more about the clubs at RCC.
Every year the Riverside Community College District’s California School Employees Association’s (CSEA) employee of the year award is presented to the staff member, who has earned the recognition as an outstanding employee.
A special forum was hosted by the Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees March 1 to discuss district trustee areas.
The problem of budget cuts is being tackled by community college districts all across the state.