Riverside City men’s track and field team won its sixth consecutive Orange Empire Conference track championship on April 27.
The economy is nowhere near what it used to be and for that, we are all suffering.
Federally funded and governed U.S. welfare began in the 1930s during the Great Depression.
The system was put in place for families and individuals in the Great Depression who were having trouble with income.
When Franklin Roosevelt introduced his fireside chats in 1933, he probably never thought they would eventually lead to President Barack Obama “Slow Jamming the News” with Jimmy Fallon on his late night talk show.
FDR using the radio to speak directly to the American public was revolutionary at the time.
However, the 21st century requires a more media saavy leader.
The surge of continuous decisions to cut and reduce classes are taking place at Riverside City College. The latest area to be affected are the basic skill math courses.
The results are in and the next president of Associated Students of Riverside City College is Doug Figueroa, who is already thinking of how to unite the student body at RCC.
Riverside City College baseball won two of three games in the series against East Los Angeles College the weekend of May 5. With their two wins the Tigers advance to the four-team double-elimination Super Regional playoff rounds.
Riverside City College women’s swimming and diving team finished sixth overall with a total of 247 points at the swimming and diving state championship meet at East Los Angeles College on April 28.
A typical schedule for a student at Riverside City College can be as simple as attending classes, participating in extracurricular activities and for some, holding a part-time job, but for one RCC student, the schedule is complex.
The Riverside City College Dance Program’s latest performance, “Celebrate Dance,” showed May 3-5.