Day: February 20, 2014

Tigers nearing seasons end

JAMES H. WILLIAMS | MANAGING EDITOR Jelani Mitchell and the Riverside City College Tigers fell short in their second meeting of the season with the Fullerton Hornets, 79-68, on Feb. 7. Mitchell was led the team in scoring with 19 points. He also had six rebounds in the loss. Robert James contributed to the Tigers with

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Coaching staff makes news

JAMES H. WILLIAMS | MANAGING EDITOR Tom Craft signs a new two-year extension to remain the head football coach at Riverside City College, which became official at the Jan. 21 board of trustees’ meeting. Craft was in the final month of his previous two-year extension when he signed the new deal. “I intend to be here

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Dancers or pint-sized robots

MARISSA BOSTICK | INTERIM OPINIONS ED. Dancing is not just about hitting your counts; it is about living and breathing the music. To dance is to express yourself or tell a story like no one else can. Lifetime’s Dance Moms shows the weekly coming and goings of about nine budding dancers. Each girl is pitted against

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Sochi Winter Olympics become a mockery

TRAVIS WEST | EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics: Urine colored water, toilets with no dividers and German rainbows. Russian president Vladimir Putin have made the Winter Olympics more about how far behind Russia is in the human culture race than any sporting event. Athletes expressed their concern about traveling to Sochi because of possible terror

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Misconception of Beauty

MARISSA BOSTICK | INTERIM OPINIONS ED. From costly procedures to the next fad diet women everywhere think they need to alter themselves to get ahead in life. Is it survival of the fittest in some acute sense that pushes women to change themselves? In their minds, is it their personal truth that only the beautiful prevail?

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