Nobody has money anymore, but somehow kids find enough money to afford video games, the ability to play online with their friends, and downloadable content.
Day: April 10, 2012
The long anticipated film version of Suzanne Collins’ young adult series, “The Hunger Games” has finally hit theaters.
The timeless tale of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves” has returned to the big screen in the new movie “Mirror Mirror,” and the film has certainly succeeded in bringing the story to life with both a brilliant cast, and a modern twist.
Just as every journey must begin with a single step, so must every acting career begin with a single role, whether big or small.
“I was a dancing potato chip,” said Jodi Julian, associate professor and Theater department chair.
Dave Almquist has led the women’s swim and water polo teams to victory many times in his 17 years at Riverside City College.