Month: October 2013

Gravity

Dominique Smith | Staff Writer Recently, I finally decided to go to the movies and catch up on the latest film craze, “Gravity.” When I saw the movie trailer back in September I had an inclination the film was going to be a lot of Sandra Bullock floating in space, lost and alone. When the

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Hornets sting Tigers in loss

JOSH LAKEY | STAFF WRITER The Riverside City College football team suffered its first loss of the season against the Fullerton Hornets, 38-36, on Oct. 12. The Hornets also entered the game undefeated and ranked No. 2 in Southern California behind the Tigers of RCC. In a game that warranted a total of 26 penalties, which

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The Brits have landed in Los Angeles

ALYSSA ALDRETE | INSCAPE EDITOR Everyone stands as close as possible, and for a single night, you don’t mind if someone’s sweaty skin is against yours. Everyone around you is singing just as loud as you are. You look up to see your hand and dozens of others in the air, as this group sings lyrics back

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Unsung hero helps students

ASIA HORTON | STAFF WRITER The unsung heroes of Riverside City College work tirelessly year-round to help make the dreams of so many students become a reality. We hardly notice them as they work quietly behind a stack of files; answer endless questions from incoming phone calls and endure disgruntled students and their issues. As you

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Divided we stand

As the House of Representatives and Congress continue to feud, The United States suffer the consequences of a federal government shutdown. October: the time of falling leaves, chilly winds and a federal government shutdown. It’s no secret that the House of Representatives, the Senate and President Barack Obama have a difficult time agreeing on things

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Monitoring marijuana use

Mark Anthony Howard | Opinions Editor Pros Should marijuana be legalized in here in California? My answer is yes. I consider the use of the drug to be a personal decision and not a moral dilemma. I do, however, consider the issue to be both a financial and socially progressive opportunity. The passing of the

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Sports Bulletin

James Williams | Sports Editor According to RCCathletics.com, five members of the 2013 Riverside City College baseball team have recently accepted scholarships to four-year universities and will continue their athletic careers. Cal State Los Angeles has offered RCC’s Joe Molina and Chris Oropesa scholarships. Both Oropesa and Molina are right-handed pitchers. Catcher David Schuknecht will play

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Super (not so) Fun Night

Alejandra Garcia | Staff Writer   Super Fun Night was super awkward.   The show’s expectations fell short for comedian, Rebel Wilson, on the debut of her new TV series.   The characters Wilson played from films “Bridesmaids” and “Pitch Perfect” were rolled into the show’s leading character Kimmie Boubier.   In the show’s debut

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Monstrous Film Festival of Horrors

JOSA LAMONT | STAFF EDITOR A slender man in Dracula suit flows onstage in the Landis Auditorium. In his scariest voice “Goood Eeevening,” said Ron Chaney to a laugh from the audience. Ron Chaney is grandson and great grandson of famed Horror and silent film stars Lon Chaney Sr. and Jr. In the lobby of the Landis Auditorium are memorabilia from

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Breaking News

Josa Lamont | News Editor   The LA County sheriff’s is investigating a connection between several robberies from locker rooms during football games from schools and districts in the Southern CA Football Association.   On Oct. 19, Pierce College had a burglary during halftime that resulted in the loss of several cell phones, iPods, tablets,

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