Cookies, lemonade, laughter, and stories marked the first Honors Open House. On Thursday Sept. 6 the RCC student body was invited to Quad 207 to learn the benefits of the Riverside Community College Honors Program, and to be a part of an atmosphere that fosters freedom of thought and expression.
Residents of Riverside, among others gathered at the Riverside City College Aquatic Center to honor Olympic swimmer Tyler Clary on Sept. 8.
It’s the first week of school; your professors are probably mundanely reading off their syllabus word for word, telling you how important attendance is and how you should study two hours for every hour in class, but they’re probably leaving out one crucial fact.
Education in the United States is an endeavor sought by most people looking at the glass globe and planning their future.
What most people do not know is the difficulties that lie in the stigma of being called an “illegal immigrant.”
For the first time the stigma is being broken down.
With the presidential election crawling closer, California Community Colleges, along with their faculty and students, are preparing to witness a make-or-break deal that can impact the future of Community Colleges in a positive or negative way.
A $232 million construction project on the Highway 91 is anticipated to be a heavy cost for many RCC students trying to get to class.