By Michelle Mathis / Staff Writer Seven-time Tour De France winner Lance Armstrong, who single handedly put cycling on the map, has been stripped of his titles based off of the many assertions that he used illegal performance enhancement drugs during each tour. The United States Anti-Doping Agency stripped Armstrong of all competitive results from
Day: November 1, 2012
By Susan Parker / Staff Writer Proposition 34 presents a rational argument of the feasibility of California’s current death penalty costs. The moral debate of “an eye for an eye” no matter what the cost is losing grounds the longer California remains backlogged and at a stand still because of the under-funded workload that its
By Conner Munson / Inscape Editor When you walk through the doors of the Henry Fonda Theater, it is as if the threshold unveils a biome that is unimaginable from the streets of Hollywood. You are immediately confronted by the sounds that were somehow hushed before by the vintage entryway. It is as if the
By Dominique Smith / Asst. Opinions Editor Every four years, we are flooded with campaign propaganda, fliers litter the streets as they conveniently slide off of car windshields, incessant emails bombard the American people and not to mention the cold calling for the democratic and republican voice automated messages asking for a small campaign contribution.
By Javier Cabrera / Editor-in-Chief With the suspense building up through every scene, “Paranormal Activity 4” comes up short of producing a perfect horror movie. As the fourth movie of the “Paranormal Activity” franchise, “Paranormal Activity 4” continues with the story of one family’s relationship with a demon named Toby. Since its debut five years
By Monique Berduo / Staff Writer Despite front man Jack Steadman’s (guitarist/vocalist) fight against spewing out his insides while effervescently rocking out on stage at the Fonda Theater in Los Angeles, the band was able to pull through and execute a phenomenal performance, giving off euphoric vibes in each guitar strum and catchy song lyric.
By Devon Everett / Staff Writer Space: the final frontier… wait, that sounded a bit cliché. The space shuttle “Endeavor” is being retired after countless years of service. “Endeavor” has been on 25 missions within its short lifespan of 20 years. Before its decommission, it went on a tour of the U.S. before it reached
By Jordan Ward / Staff Writer Halloween came early to the Riverside City College as tombstones and walking skeletons were employed in raising awareness on voting yes for Proposition 30 during an open forum on Oct. 17. Hosted by the Associated Students of Riverside City College and Mi Familia Vota, the forum allowed for students
Tabatha Carrazza / Staff Writer Since the opening of the math, science and nursing buildings at Riverside City College, a lot of the student population has shifted to that side of the campus, according Cheryl Ruzak, food services director at the college. Because the current location of the cafeteria is stationed at the opposite side
Jeremy Fuerte / News Editor A 2005 issue of Viewpoints and a letter signed by Janet Green and Virginia Blumenthal, president and member of the Board of Trustees respectively, are being used by prospective Congressman John Tavaglione in fliers as ammunition against his opponent Mark Takano, vice president of Riverside Community College District Board of