Day: May 9, 2013

Strong performance at Ojai

By Tim Cornell | Asst. Sports Editor The Riverside City College men’s tennis team concluded its season in fantastic fashion at the 113th Ojai tournament. The tournament was an individual and doubles tournament that was a single elimination style tournament. Four Tigers played in the doubles tournament, three of them advanced to the Round of

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Downtown Riverside gets chromed

By Michael Walter | Staff Photographer Car enthusiasts gather in downtown Riverside for the weekend. The Show and Go Car Show, an annual charity event held in the heart of Riverside took place May 3 through 5 on the streets of downtown Riverside. The event delivered the high expectations of auto enthusiasts with squealing tires

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Student voter turn-out remains low

By Juliana Zapata | Asst. News Editor Every spring, the Associated Students of Riverside City College hold its elections for student government positions. However, few of RCC’s estimated 20,000 students take the time to vote. The most recent elections for student government took place on April 30 and May 1 outside the Martin Luther King

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‘I Love Sushi’ raw-ks and rolls

By Destiny Rivera | Editor-in-Chief Sushi rotates through the center of the dining area, walls are covered in authentic Japanese décor and customers are greeted with friendly service instantly. At ‘I Love Sushi,’ customers are surely in for a raw, exotic treat. It opened its doors on Nov. 5, 2012, and has been serving up

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Invasion: cyber intelligence, friend or foe?

By Autumn Yi | Staff Writer Celeste Walter | Staff Illustrator The internet – as a phenomenon marked by endless space for creative expression and anonymity, the internet acts as a sanctuary for those looking for an escape from reality. Among the articles and extensive academic resources, a user can find worlds of dragons and

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New student trustee elected

By Amanda Arroway | News Editor Last month Jared Snyder was elected as the next student trustee of Riverside Community College District. Snyder comes from Norco College, where he was involved with Associated Students of Norco College for the past two years. During that time, he was a senator, vice president and member at large

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A beautiful look at an ugly past

Nishe Butler | Staff Editor Is it possible that out of complete chaos and misunderstandings, hope still remains? I think so. The George W. Bush Library and Museum opened at Southern Methodist University on May 1. Opened to the public, all are available to tour this breath taking library museum that captures President Bush’s controversial

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