Day: October 1, 2014

Football Preview: Warriors come to town

Daniel Pena | Staff Writer Oct. 2, 2014 The Riverside City College Tigers (2-1) suffered its first defeat of the season losing to the Grossmont Griffins (2-2) 38-28. A shocking loss at the hands of the Griffins who went from non-ranked in the start of the season to No.5 in the CCCAA football poll. While

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Never quit, be a legend

  Alexandra Ortiz | Asst. Sports Editor Oct. 2, 2014 As the Tigers stepped on the field, new faces were revealed. It was a new season and a new roster, but everyone’s mind was focused on the new quarterback.After Skyler Howard left last season to West Virginia, everyone wondered who was going to step up and take

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Mariachi Festival shakes Riverside with grammy winning performers

Oct. 1, 2014 Luis Solis | Photo Editor The Riverside Mariachi Festival grew to be one of the biggest mariachi festivals in Southern California among mariachi music fans since it started in 2005. The festival held in Fairmount Park every year features well known bands throughout Mexico such as Mariachi Monumental, Mariachi Espectacular de Beto

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GSA club anticipates Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage

Oct. 1, 2014 Photo Illustration by Michael Walter | Assistant Photo Editor Article by Shamir Aleem | Staff Writer   The Gender and Sexuality Awareness Club at Riverside City College anticipates a ruling on the gay marriage cases currently being reviewed by the U.S. Supreme Court starting Sept. 29. The Supreme Court justices were presented with

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Riverside Art Museum stands as a landmark in downtown Riverside

Oct. 1, 2014 Photo by John Villanueva | Staff Photographer Article by Michael Isberto | Staff Writer Across the street from the renowned Mission Inn of downtown Riverside is an extraordinary building worthy of being referred to as a historic landmark – The Riverside Art Museum. The Riverside Art Museum building, built in 1929 by honored architect

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Mongelluzzo leaves RCC to dig in the dirt

Oct. 1, 2014 Wayne Fike | Special to Viewpoints It’s a sweltering 95 degrees on a mid-May afternoon and students are thinking “could it get any hotter?” Five minutes before class starts the door swings open and in walks anthropology professor Ryan Mongelluzzo. The first thing he says before starting class with roll call the

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Board of Trustee candidates hold forum to connect with voters

Sept. 30, 2014 Photo by Luis Solis | Photo Editor Article by Andrea Stewart | Staff Writer The candidates vying for positions on the Board of Trustees met for a forum at Riverside City College Sept. 26 to connect with voters. An overarching agreement between the candidates was that RCCD is not prepared for the

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