Day: October 6, 2013

Going off the deap end

David Roman | Asst. Inscape Editor When someone first hears the description of a female rock’n’roll power duo they jump to one of two extremes, either they think of middle aged roller-derby playing motorcyclists pounding out tunes loud enough to make any recreational rocker go deaf or they picture two cutesy girls who are more

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A miss for Miss America?

Dominique Smith | Staff Writer Ellis Island the gateway for many immigrants from 1892 to 1954, has welcomed many diverse cultures and faces that has made this great melting pot what it is today. According to the Miss America pageant website “Miss America is more than just a title. She is a woman who reflects a

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Green thumbs unpaved parking to plow way for greener campus

Dean Vergara | Staff Writer The Ruth Cooper Community Garden of Riverside City College is now open. Students, alumni, faculty, and residents of the Riverside community gathered Saturday evening, Sept. 21, to celebrate the culmination of over two years of planning, collaborative effort, and arduous work. Dr. Virginia White, associate professor of Life Sciences at RCC, said the creation of the garden will give students and the

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Connect to students and faculty? Find out about events and clubs on campus? There’s an app for that

VALERIE OSIER | STAFF WRITER The Associated Students of Riverside City College (ASRCC) have come out with an app this fall to better inform and connect students to the many resources and events on campus. The ASRCC app launched on Welcome Day on Aug. 24. The idea to create an app formed early this summer and started officially being planned in July. “We started planning

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Demands by protesters met to re-open STEM Center

VALERIE OSIER | STAFF WRITER Students protested two years ago when the Science Technology Engineering Math (STEM) Center at Riverside City College closed down due to budget issues. A College Cost Reduction and Access grant that was awarded to Riverside City College after Biology professor Heather Smith wrote and submitted the proposal for it in 2009 previously funded the STEM Center. Be c au se RCC hadn’t institutionalized

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