Day: October 17, 2013

Immigration at your own risk

Mark Anthony Howard | Opinions Editor If 11 people moved into a single story house, some serious rules and regulation would be in order. Wouldn’t it? The US Congress doesn’t think so. The US census bureau reports 11 million undocumented immigrants live in the United States and “The House” (Congress) has made no laws concerning

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Justice for all of US

Marissa Bostick | Staff Editor Does justice really exist anymore? Time after time and criminal after criminal somehow seem to get away with every crime imaginable. One has to wonder if the justice system is failing the people or maybe it’s been failing us this whole time and now we’re finally noticing it. Most times

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Model United Nations at RCC

TREVA FLORES | STAFF WRITER Communicating, public speaking and writing, oh my! If these words are terrifying to even think of, Model United Nations can help. MUN recreates mock conventions similar to those of the real United Nations, the international peacekeeping organization, and it’s goal is to open you up to the world and be a

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Debt ceiling mystery made simple

Submission by Daniel Soto from the Economic Literacy Organization of Riverside Community College or Econo-Sense. The club believes in spreading economic knowlege in a way that everyone can understand to allow them to view the world economically and politically. Econo-Sense is an a-political as club. It is no secret that the United States has a large amount

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Clery report shows many burglaries

In 2012 Riverside Community College District reported 10 on campus burglaries, three public property burglaries, and six on campus  motor vehicle thefts. In 2011, RCCD had 24 on campus burglaries, up from 2010 when there were only seven. Riverside city campuses have had the most burglaries and thefts marginally making up 16 of the 24 in 2011 but

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Citrus bike ride for education

DEAN VERGARA | STAFF WRITER Spandex and helmets were all the rage on October 13 as the Riverside Citrus Classic bike ride kicked off. This was the fourth year for the bicycling event which aims to raise funds for the Riverside Educational Enrichment Foundation and the Alvord Educational Foundation. The programs encourage graduation and higher education goals among students in the community. At the starting line

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Riverside haunts downtown

VALERIE OSIER | STAFF WRITER Riverside and surrounding areas are being transformed into ghoulish attractions and spooky haunts in preparation for Halloween. The city of “arts and innovation” is becoming a haunted city full of spooky art, events, and haunts. One of these haunts has a bone-chilling legend behind them. Coffin Creek Haunted Attraction in Corona started off its legend back in 1938. After 14 days

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Dark Dreams Doorway

Riverside Ballet teams with Riverside Ghost Walk to make children and adults scream in haunting performance. DANIEL GHANBARI | STAFF WRITER The California Riverside Ballet is more than happy to announce their newest attraction “Dark Dreams Doorway” in their 22nd annual Ghost Walk on Oct. 25-26. “Dark Dreams Doorway” is about thirty seconds in duration and is guaranteed to put fear in anyone who

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Rent Community Garden plots

DEAN VERGARA| STAFF WRITER The Community Garden at RCC has empty plots available. Interested students, staff, or student organizations are urged to contact Preston Galusky, Associate Professor of Life Sciences and RCCG manager, by Friday, October 19. Assignations are expected to be set by October 26. Plots are available in small, medium, or large spaces with prices set at $10, $15 and $20 a year

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AMC Fear Fest

Rafael Rios | Staff Writer Haunted houses, costume parties and horror film marathons. A new season emerges. The weather begins to change, the leaves start to fall, and the kooks emerge at dusk. October is the first full month of fall, but it is more popularly know for Halloween and the scary yet fun events

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