Performance Riverside, Riverside’s theatre and performing arts program, has put on yet another extraordinary show on Riverside City College’s stage.
Month: April 2012
It’s highly recommended that if the reader has not seen “Cabin in the Woods,” they should stop what they’re doing and go see it, because it was great.
A future in which high technology can open the imagination of people to the impossible is what the story is about in the new science fiction movie “Lockout.”
Jumping into the unknown and trying something new for the first time is never easy.
Frustration; along with losing, this is the worst feeling a football fan (or soccer to the average American fan) can feel and a feeling too often felt this season from supporters of Liverpool Football Club.
Ventura College men’s tennis team swept the Riverside City College Tigers in the first round of the Southern California Regional Team Tournament 5-0 on April 17.
It’s go time for the Riverside City College Tigers baseball team as they fight to clinch a spot in the playoffs.
A new study from researchers at Jay W. Forrester’s institute at Massachusetts institute of technology has recently predicted that the next great depression is set to occur in the year 2030.
A second place finish at the Orange Empire Conference swim championship meet on April 21 is the best result the Riverside City College women’s swim and dive team could have wanted.
Since Gregory Gray, chancellor of Riverside Community College District, announced the District will be cutting $14.31 million from its budget for the 2012-13 academic year, Riverside City College, along with Norco College and Moreno Valley College, has been doing its part to cut from its budget.