Day: September 24, 2013

With a tough climb ahead, volleyball hopes to stay healthy

Josh Lakey | Staff Writer The RCC Tigers had a double header against the Palomar Comets and the hosting Grossmont Griffins on Sept. 13. After making the trip to San Diego, the Tigers fell to the Comets and the Griffins respectively.  The Tigers lost the first game to the Comets, 3-1, and then to the Griffins,

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A new quarterback emerges

John Braxton | Staff Writer After giving up 41 points to Ventura in week one, the Tigers bounced back and showed why they are getting one step closer to the state championship in a 41-0 beat down against the Palomar Comets on Sept. 14. The Tigers looked impressive, scoring 41 points while the defense held the

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Finfrock keeps the wins rolling in for womens water polo

Lucinda Mattews | Staff Writer With four wins under its belt the RCC women’s water polo team is ready for their first season without Riverside Hall of Fame coach David Almquist. The teams first games took place in Sacramento at American River College. Their expectations for the season are to keep the winning tradition going. They

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First race of the season has cross country hitting a mid-season stride

Victoria Randall | Staff Writer     The RCC cross country team competed in it’s first race of the season, easing the pre-race jitters and earning a second place win at the Palomar Invitational. Sophomore Marissa Jiminez, one of RCC’s runners, placed second overall with a time of 20:13.11. This year the women’s cross country team

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Tigers win a close one

By James Williams | Online Editor The Riverside City College football team escapes with a win against the Saddleback Gauchos, 38-31, at Wheelock Stadium on Sept. 21, 2013. The Tigers are ranked No. 2 in the country on JCgridiron’s Dirty Thirty Junior College ranking. The team was ranked No. 1 prior to the game against

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MTSC brought up to Sniff

New buildings pose new problems on camps. (Erick Lopez / Staff Photographer)

Aaliyah Noble Freeny | Staff Writer In an ongoing saga to rectify problems with the environmental quality, chemical odors and acoustic levels in the Math and Science Building, The Board of Trustees and construction teams report significant progress in their August update. Forensic Analytical was contracted to provide a comprehensive report of the issues presented in the Math and Science Building. The report

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Health Services New Locale

Dean Vergara | Staff Writer The director of Student Health and Psychological Services at RCC, Deborah Croan, announced Monday that the offices of Student Health and Psychological Services has relocated to Bradshaw 204 and is resuming service on a limited basis. Phone lines are working again. Personal counseling, walk in crisis counseling and walk in medical visits with Registered Nurses will be offered

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