Day: May 28, 2014

The ‘Journey’ continues for the legendary band

Edith Noriega | Staff Writer May 29, 2014 The most popular American rock band of all time was first formed in the San Francisco Bay area in 1973 and they instantly grew to fame. Columbia Records signed the five at the time that included: vocalist Steve Perry, guitarist Neal Schon, keyboardist Jonathan Cain, bassist Ross Valory,

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Riverside officers honor veterans

Danyel Whyte | Staff writer May 29, 2014 As an introduction to Memorial Day Weekend, 62 officers were recognized in a commemorative event in Downtown Riverside. Riverside County Peace Officers’ Memorial Foundation hosted “Safe in his arms Memorial” on May 19 to salute law enforcement killed in the line of duty since 1895. “Two officers

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Final forum concludes chancellor search   The third and final candidate for Riverside Community College District chancellor will speak in a forum May 30. Michael Burke will introduce himself and answer questions from attendees from 2 – 3:30 p.m in the Digital Library room 121. Burke was preceded by forums featuring Kathryn Jeffery on March

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Chili Cook-Off turns up the heat and kicks into gear

Tyler Reese | Staff writer May 29, 2014 From hot chili to hot-rods, Riverside’s 12th annual Inland Empire Regional Chili Cook-Off & Car/Cycle Show had something for everyone. The chili booths, cars, and live entertainment filled the streets of Magnolia Avenue from Van Buren Avenue to Jackson Street May 24. Vendors, beer gardens and a

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Health Services pitches fee increase to make up for low enrollment

    Josa Lamont | News Editor May 29, 2014 The Student Health and Psychological Services director is making a push to increase student health fees by $1. The change would take up to a year to implement, as it is still in initial phases according to Ed Bush, vice president of student services. The

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RCC men’s track and field wins state title

James H. Williams | Managing Editor The RCC men’s track and field team completed a 3-peat following its victory at the 2014 CCCAA state championship meet at Mt. San Antonio College on May 17. The Tigers also had two male athletes win individual state championships at the meet. Keithyon Moten won the 110-meter high hurdles event

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