Day: April 24, 2014

Pillaging continues in ‘Vikings’ season 2

Aaron Beltran Staff Writer Betrayal. Lies. Adultery. Murder. These are the ways some of history’s most violent yet brilliant marauders can be described. Known for their immense size, power and strength, vikings wielded axes like no other and sailed the seas without fear. The History Channel’s first scripted show began last year, and has drawn

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Foster the People deliver long-awaited new album

Patty Nunez-Mejia Assistant a&e editor After three long years, the patient fanbase of alternative rock band Foster the People can now enjoy the bands new harmonious album, “Super Model.” The trio announced earlier in January, that they would be releasing a new album this year. Columbia Records released “Super Model” March 18. The Los Angeles

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President honors Riverside soldiers

Maranda Shain Asst. News Editor President Obama awarded two Riverside soldiers and 22 others the Medal of Honor March 18, after years of being overlooked due to prejudice. The Army imposes a three-year limit to receive the Medal of Honor, but in 2002, an Army review was conducted under a directive from Congress’ National Defense

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RCC breaks ground on new construction and pursues future buildings

Tyler Reese Staff Writer Some new light has been shed on the short and long-term plans that Riverside City College has in the works. “We’re going to build a student services building right in front of Magnolia,” said RCC president, Wolde-Ab Isaac. The new state of the art Student Services building will mirror the architecture

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Shelters can’t stand the heat

Brittany Nikodym Staff Writer Every spring as temperatures rise in Riverside, a furry storm approaches. Shelters across Riverside are preparing for “Kitten Season,” the time of year when female cats produce heaps of kittens.  Although an influx of kittens may seem like an adorable problem, the lack of homes resulted in the euthanasia of an

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