Figuring out who to vote for in this upcoming presidential election in November can seem tough and frustrating, but if you heard Michelle Obama’s speech, she made your mind up for you.
Waitlist. The very word that puts dread into a student’s heart.
With the parking fees increasing for Fall 2012, Riverside City College faculty and students unsatisfied with the new cost.
To prevent a loss in votes, the Republican Party has engaged in a legal battle to prevent Libertarian party candidate Gary Johnson from being the third name on the ballot.
Another Club Rush event hit Riverside City College on Sept. 18 and 19 as clubs continue to seek new members.
Proposition 30 is an initiative that will raise sales tax by one-quarter of a cent for four years, and an increase on taxpayers who make more than $250,000 a year for seven years.
As the 2012-2013 academic year underway at Riverside City College, the Associated Students of RCC is working with a budget of $435,213.
Riverside City College is attracting attention from famous writers and poets around Southern California.
Some of these writers are scheduled to visit the campus this fall to give readings and answer questions.
The world today has become an digital era.
Today’s generations has turned to electronics for everything.
Riverside City College marked the beginning of its new priority designed to create space in the registration process for first time freshmen on July 23, but longtime RCC students are questioning the administration’s concern for their academic goals.