Day: May 14, 2014

ASRCC election results: Orozco and Rudolph win

Presidential vote and Senate vote results Nicholle Salvatierra | Staff Writer May, 15, 2014 ASRCC elections experienced a record-breaking voter turnout May 6-7. This election rallied 642 total votes, a large improvement from the last year’s student trustee election, which had only 15 participants. What made this election different was the addition of an online

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An insider’s perspective of the WRC

Wayne Fike / Special to Viewpoints May 15, 2014 Katherine Schmidt, director for Western Oregon University writing center, gave a lecture to incoming students a few years ago. She had to explain what its writing center does and how it helps students earn better grades. She began her part of the presentation far differently than

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Elevate the permits

Photo Illustration by Luis Solis May 15, 2014 When members of the Viewpoints staff took a walk around the campus of Riverside City College, we noticed a number of beautiful and historic buildings on campus that have been kept up to date, but even then there are still flaws. For all that is maintained on

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Taube presents Guatemalan journeys

Tyler Reese | Staff Writer May 15, 2014 Rhonda Taube is an instructor in art history at Riverside City College and held her “Journeys of the spirit and body: performance, gender and globalization in highland Guatemala” faculty lecture on the K’iche Maya in the Salvatore G. Rotella Digital Library Auditorium May 8. “I was surprised

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‘Spider-Man 2’ keeps true to comics

Rafael Rios / Staff Writer May 15,2014 Swinging onto the big screens once again is your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. “With great power come great responsibility,” and the responsibility in cinematically displaying one of the most well-known superheroes has been handed down after the first trilogy. The web head, not unfamiliar with being on the big

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Band still rocks after 30 years

Edith Noriega | Staff Writer May 15, 2014 Riverside City College Marching Tigers jumped into tune celebrating their thirtieth anniversary, performing for the opening ceremonies for the USA Water Polo Championships on May 19 and on a new music video with Weird Al Yankovic with a June 3rd release. Marching band director Gary Locke and Sheila

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Cupcakes for a cause

Nicholle Salvatierra | Staff Writer May 15, 2014 There is nothing more fulfilling than donating to charity; unless it’s filling up on delicious cupcakes at the same time. IE Shine On hosted their second annual Cupcake Fair at the Riverside Convention Center on May 4. Proceeds from the event were donated to California Riverside Ballet

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