Month: October 2014

Trolley takes dynamic dances to the streets

Marissa Bostick | ASST. A&E EDITOR Oct. 30, 2014 Lovely leaps, flexed feet and a train station. P.L.A.C.E. (Possibility Location Artistry Collaboration Evolving) performance along with Riverside City College’s dance department put on the third annual Trolley Dances Riverside. This year’s Trolley Dances route took patrons along the 15’s westbound bus route throughout the La Sierra area

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Tigers make up for loss in win at Golden West Tournament

Alexis Naucler | Staff Writer Oct. 30, 2014 RCC men’s water polo team looked to end their two-game losing streak but dropped 21-8 against the visiting Golden West Rustlers Oct. 22. Tiger’s driver Joseph Rivas led the Tigers with five goals but the Rustlers easily stretched to a 9-7 third-quarter lead and cruised to a

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VIP Nightclub brings out the divas of the night

Deshaun Thomas | Staff Writer Oct 30, 2014 A special kind of wonderful fusion takes place on Halloween. The fusion of the “normal” and the not so “normal.” The minorities once regarded by some as peculiar get a chance to express themselves and be uninhibited in doing so. They are no longer bound by societal

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RCC clubs get their hands dirty slashing pumpkins for cash

Steven Smith | Staff Writer Oct. 30, 2014 People from clubs all over campus came to compete in the Riverside City College pumpkin carving competition as part of  the Halloween Town event. Halloween Town is an annual event, this year on Oct. 24, organized by Associated Students of RCC where over 600 children come to

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RCC Spotlight: Augie’s takes coffee to a personal level

Michael Isberto | Staff Writer Oct. 30, 2014 There’s just something special about small independent coffee shops. They have this “je ne sais quoi,” something people can feel in the air. Some of those shops can even feel like home.  Augie’s Coffee House is one of those places. “More than just creating drinks for customers,”

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Exclusive: Riverside City College misses crime report deadline

Police parked in front of the Riverside City College music building. (James H. Williams | Managing Editor)

Exclusive: Following an investigation into Riverside City College’s compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act uncovers noncompliance with the regulations for reporting required crime statistics.

‘Rocky Horror’ fundraiser pays for the Evergreen Cemetery’s green

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Images courtesy of Treva Flores | Assistant Features Editor October 30, 2014 The young, old and deceased gathered around to time warp the night away with  “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” at the Evergreen Memorial Historic Cemetery. More than 1,000 people showed up anticipating the Evergreen’s first ever movie showing Oct. 17. In a successful attempt

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Volleyball’s inconsistency keeps them from winning games

Daniel Pena | Staff Writer Oct. 30, 2014 The Riverside City College women’s volleyball team (6-10, 2-4) gave it their all but eventually ran out of gas against the Fullerton Hornets (11-2, 4-3) on Oct. 22. The Tigers fought hard all the way giving the Hornets a hard time. Fullerton has won most of their

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Tigers recaptured the top spot in SCFA Northern Division poll

Daniel Pena | Staff Writer Oct. 30, 2014 The Riverside City College Tigers football team (6-1, 3-0) made an improbable comeback against the Mount SAC Mounties (6-2, 2-2) on Oct. 25 and the Tigers are now in charge of the National Central Conference division. The game was tense from the start as these teams rivalry

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Zombies strike downtown Riverside

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Images by Michael Isberto Michael Isberto | Staff Writer October 30, 2014 The streets downtown were filled with zombies, ghosts and skeletons, but it wasn’t a scene from a scary movie set: it was the fourth annual Riverside Zombie Crawl. People who happened to be walking around the Main Street Civic Plaza in Riverside for the

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