Riverside City College’s Theater Department has had a number of successes in the past. Their latest accomplishment, “The Crucible”, which played May 10-12, surprised audiences with an emotional yet entertaining performance.
As college students, no one is excluded from the question of who uses their phone while driving.
As young adults, everyone has done the act at one time or another. As young people grow into adults, the idea of using the cell phone while driving becomes an act thought of as acceptable.
“NCIS,” one of CBS’s most highly rated shows, features a character named Abby, who is rumored to be based upon a forensic anthropologist employed by the Riverside Community College District.
The aquatics career for Andrea Antonissen at Riverside City College comes to a close after competing in two different sports for the Tigers.
Scissors snipped about freshly shampooed mannequin heads. Riverside City College students in black uniforms stood by their stations, hard at work, talking softly with their neighbors as they styled.
Later this year, “Halo 4” will be released, a highly anticipated title exclusive to Xbox 360.
Riverside City College men’s tennis ended the 2012 season, with the good records for their plays.
The Tigers finished their regular season, with overall record 14-6.
The Buffett Rule is a tax plan proposed in 2011 by President Barack Obama that if passed, would apply a minimum tax rate of 30 percent on individuals making more than $1 million dollars a year.
The fastpitch team at Riverside City College had its best finish in the program’s history, coming in third place at the double elimination California Community College Athletic Association state championship tournament in Bakersfield.
Thunder Over the Empire was the theme for the 2012 March Field AirFest which was held on May 19 -20 at March Air Reserve Base.