Day: September 27, 2013

Should NCAA pay their employees?

Travis West | Sports Editor If your last name was being sold in stores, your likeness being used in video games and your athletic performance was bringing in millions of viewers wouldn’t you expect to see a little bit of money? Thats the question that the National Collegiate Athletic Association or the NCAA has been

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Remembering the Sept. 11 tragedy 12 years later

Mark Howard | Opinions Editor And then they began to Jump! I will never forget the images on my 27-inch Zenith television screen as I watched American people spear from the sky tops of New York City buildings. The horrific tragedy of September 11th 2001 taught me the true sentiments of what being an American

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RCC Upgrades Campus Bathrooms to Reach Code Compliance

Josa Lamont |News Editor American Disabilities Act (ADA ) compliance issues are in the process of being removed from Riverside City College bathrooms. Construction is expected to continue through Nov. 18 to remove barriers and bring existing bathrooms to current code regulations. The parking lots are also being expanded to reach current code requirements and accommodate more staff and students. The finished product

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A PS4 or Civil War?

President Obama has a lot to consider this sophomore year in his second term. Next month he could either buy Apple’s new iPhone 5s, pre-order the Playstation 4 or send his country to war? As the American people remember the horrific events of September 11, 2001, the country embarks on yet another military action. Civil unrest in Syria dates

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Part 1: Fake Friends

Mark Howard | Opinions Editor “Fake” – a noun, verb, or adjective defined as a thing that is not genuine, counterfeit, or a forgery. Does this sound like some one that you may know? The two thousand and teens just may be the years of the frauds. It is so sad when people have to

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