Education seems to be the item on the back burner.
Month: April 2012
The sun was out and ready to paint the town red, literally.
As a language grows and evolves, it draws speakers from many different sources.
A new president of Associated Students of Riverside City College will be elected May 4, as Doug Figueroa and Giovanni AviÃ±a are the candidates running and looking to make a change in the way students at the college respond to the issues going on at RCC.
We are all familiar with the usual school applications that are filled out every year and what the questions consist of. The common questions include name, date of birth, and ethnicity. But what if they added sexual orientation as a question?
Military vehicles drove along Magnolia Avenue as Riverside honored its veterans in the “A Salute to Veterans Parade” on April 21.
Assisting and tutoring are common actions taken by Riverside City College students to get through their classes, but the Veterans Club at RCC is taking those two actions to another level.
Members of the Stay Classy Creative Writing Club were unable to hide their excitement last week as published writers Donna Hilbert and Chiwan Choi visited Riverside to share their poetry and speak with students.
Commuting to Riverside City College will change for many students and faculty now that the construction of the State Route 91/High Occupancy Vehicle project, also known as the SR-91 HOV project, has begun.
The national emergency number 911 was created so that people could call local police authorities for help in a time of crisis or emergency. Unfortunately, there have been more than a few mishandled cases at the cost of the caller’s life.