Day: May 9, 2013

Four Tigers pick up state honors as team rolls

By Travis West | Sports Editor Before the No. 1 ranked RCC Tigers took on Ventura College in a best of three series in the first round of the regional playoffs on May 4-5, four of the team’s players received state honors. Chelsea Ponce, Gina Grijalva and Katherine Macias all received All-State honors with the

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Website gives movie makers a kick start

By David Roman | Staff Writer What if you were presented with the opportunity to buy a role in a new film being produced by one of your favorite Hollywood personalities? Well if you’re a big “Scrubs” or “Veronica Mars” fan your dream is completely possible. Following a new trend in Hollywood, Zach Braff (“Scrubs”,

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First active gay athlete redefines masculinity

By Travis West | Sports Editor Jason Collins redefines masculinity. The 34-year-old NBA center publicly came out of the closet and in doing so became the first active male athlete in a major American sport to make the announcement. “I’m black and I’m gay.” Collins said in an interview with journalist Fran Lidz in the

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Chancellor Gray accepts new position in Connecticut

By Amanda Arroway | News Editor Gregory Gray, chancellor of Riverside Community College District, has accepted an offer to become the next president of Board of Regents for Higher Education on May 1. The Board of Regents for Higher Education governs the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities. Perks of his new position include use of

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Biddle headed to Division II

By James Williams | Features Editor Riverside City College point guard Mason Biddle signed his letter of intent to play basketball at Western State Colorado University in the Wheelock Gymnasium. Biddle has been a starter the past two seasons for the men’s basketball team under head coach John Smith after playing locally at Arlington High

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EDITORIAL: Overcoming the challenges of working together

At De Anza College in Cupertino, a number of student senators found themselves in hot water this month after they removed nearly 500 copies of the campus newspaper, the La Voz Weekly, from newsstands around campus. The senators accused of lifting the newspapers were attempting to hide a front-page article exposing allegations that senate members

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