NBC’s latest reality show, “Stars Earn Stripes,” is described on NBC’s web site as an “action packed competition show that pays homage to the men and women who serve in the U.S. Armed forces.” It has caused quite controversy amongst viewers.
This September marks a big take off for the music industry with many popular names releasing their new albums.
As the roar from the eager Tigers fans engulfed the sold out Wheelock Stadium, and the frigid autumn breeze swirled, Quarterback Dalton Livingston took a knee out of the victory formation sealing the win and capping off the second undefeated season in Riverside City College football history.
While the students at Riverside City College probably have their September schedules full of classes, the local network channels have theirs full of America’s favorite television show premiers, along with some new shows that are set to air as well.
The Riverside City College football team looks to build off the 2011 season, in which they went 11-0 in its second season under coach Tom Craft.
The summer is no more a season, than it is an idea.
The youth are freed to wreak havoc and run rampant through the suburban sprawl, or depending on your geolocation, wallow in pools of sweat from Mars-like heat.
Once upon a time we would all pile into the car on summer vacations and go to grandma’s house. We wait all year for school to be over until we reach freedom, freshly baked cookies, cable TV and whatever granny felt like spoiling us with at the time.
College can be difficult, but it’s not nearly as difficult as the registration process for some students.
For the first time in the city’s history, instructors from Riverside Unified School District, Alvord Unified School District, Riverside City College and the UC Riverside will work together to improve the curriculum and make students better prepared for college coursework.
Students will have to dig deeper into their pockets because Riverside City College raised the cost of parking permits to $50 for the new fall semester and $25 for the summer semester. RCC was allowed to do this because of legislation which was passed that allows increases in parking fees.