Day: September 30, 2013

RCC students provide an enjoyable environment for secular students

Treva Flores | Staff Writer It’s welcome day at Riverside City College and Terracina Drive is filled, end-to-end, with vendors, clubs, and activities. There’s nothing unusual about a few religious clubs out, persuading you to join their club, but suddenly you notice a club for atheists, agnostics, and nonbelievers. Adam Wright and Chris Stewart decided now

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Eminem returns to roots with new singles

Rafael Rios|Staff Writer     From “Infinite” (1996), to his more recent album “Recovery” (2010), Eminem (Marshall Bruce Mathers III), recently announced a new album set to be released November 5, two years since his last album was released. Eminem will be releasing “The Marshall Mathers LP 2” a follow up to his album “The

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Main roles chosen for fall theatre productions

Daniel Mata | Staff Writer This fall, the Riverside City College Student Performing Arts Department brings you “The Wild Party,” a 1928 musical written and composed by Andrew Lippa, directed by Jodi Julian. Having competed in local Inland theater festivals and even the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, with more than 80 groups, RCC’s Student

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The Underacheivers revive underground hip-hop

Markese Braxton | Staff Writer Representing an experimental hip-hop collective entitled “Beast Coast” rooted in New York, the underground artists the Underachievers have been generating a lot of buzz for the past year. The group, consisting of Issa Gold and AK, are signed to the independent label Brainfeeder, which is the same label that produced

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Anticipated reveals at Apple keynote

David Roman | Asst. Inscape Editor As technology continues to make leaps in the capabilities of handheld smartphones, the latest announcement of the newest additions to the Apple family has left some people feeling impressed, some let down, and others as indifferent as they where before they Googled the new Apple products on their Androids.

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Twigs will bewitch your soul

Conner Munson | Asst. Inscape Editor A music video without chains, girls, and rims? In FKA Twigs’ new video for  the single, “Water Me”, the viewer only sees a close-up of her face for the entirety of the piece, staring at you, beckoning you forward like a wretched siren. As the young Brit’s face moves

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Music Video Madness

Conner Munson | Asst. Inscape Editor Underneath a harsh fluorescent light, a tarp-wrapped body is lazily loaded into the back of a soccer-mom minivan. In Thee Oh Sees’ video for “Toe Cutter – Thumb Buster”, we watch as a man crams a body into a decrepit blue van, paired with the soundtrack of their new

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Polaroid exhibit captures nostalgic feel

Patricia Mejia | Staff Writer About two weeks ago, Polaroid pictures were just old pictures of embarrassing moments at Christmas parties and  funny outfits I wore as a kid. Today, Polaroid pictures shine the light on a new embodiment of art. Through the lens of a Polaroid camera, artist Susan Mikula reinvents the definition of

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Black vs. Brown

The Exploitation of Race in The Business of Boxing Mark Anthony Howard | Opinions Editor The sport of Boxing is a sweet science. Boxing is an art. Boxing is strategy. Boxing is a business. The sport of boxing is both an artistic and scientific strategy of business. Even in its earliest days of Joe Lewis,

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