Month: November 2014

Mt. SAC holds off RCC to advances into CCCAA state championship game

Check out coverage of the SCFA Title Game between the Riverside City College Tigers and the Mt. San Antonio Mounties on Nov. 29.

Safely Surrender law saves lives

Published Nov. 26, 2014 Josiah Patterson | Special to Viewpoints Defenseless, abandoned, and innocent, yet left to die. That was the fate of little Yachaziel, a newborn girl left on a conveyor belt at the Advance Disposal facility in Hesperia on Oct. 1. The Garden of Angels, an organization that holds burial services for abandoned

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RCC Spotlight: Virginia Blumenthal gives back to the city she came from

Published Nov. 24, 2014 Josa Lamont | Features Editor Riverside is the kind of city that builds people into a success story. Board of Trustees President Virginia Blumenthal went to Poly High School and attended her prom at the Mission Inn. When she was in high school she used to put on makeup with her

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SmartRiverside Bridges the digital divide

Published Nov. 24, 2014 Joshua Wilson | Staff Writer With the rapid growth of technology in Southern California, the forward-thinking SmartRiverside organization ventures to prove to be a valuable asset to the city’s technological expansion and to the community. SmartRiverside is a non-profit organization that includes several programs with the focus of bringing Riverside residents

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Sports Roundup (Nov. 23, 2014)

Football Riverside 51 Ventura 37: The Tigers battled against the visiting Ventura College in the Southern California Regional semifinal game. Quarterback Nicholas King, who was named the Player of the Game, completed 22 of 30 passes (zero interceptions) for 259 yards and two touchdowns. Freshman runningback Christopher Anderson, who was named Riverside’s Most Valuable Player (of

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Football Preview: RCC host semifinals againt Ventura College

Daniel Pena | Staff Writer Nov. 20, 2014 The Riverside City College football team (9-1, 6-0) defeated Citrus College (3-7, 2-4) with a score of 20-14 after another comeback as the regular season came to an end Nov. 15. The Tigers now look toward the playoffs. RCC will be the No.1 seed in Southern California

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Internment camps can’t stifle art: World War II camps inspire a documentary on Japanese art today

Nov. 13, 2014 Michael Isberto | Staff Writer The Center for Social Justice & Civil Liberties in Riverside held it’s monthly film screening Nov. 6 for the city’s art walk, but this particular screening was a little different than ones in the past. They screened “Hidden Legacy,” a documentary about the renaissance of traditional Japanese

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Crème de la Crème showcases Alumni of Distinction

Nov. 13, 2014 Tyler Reese Brilliant and artistic does very little to describe the masterpieces the alumni art students of Riverside City College have on display. “Crème de la Crème: Alumni of Distinction” is the first art show of its kind on RCC’s campus. “We’ve been thinking about doing an alumni show for quite awhile,”

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