Day: November 3, 2014

News briefs: Music building fire, trade grant and corrections

Nov. 3, 2014 Music building rings fire alarm The second fire-related incident in the Richard M. Stover Music Hall within a six-day period on the campus of Riverside City College has members of the facilities department scratching their heads. The incident occurred Oct. 22 at approximately 1:50 p.m. causing the fire department to investigate. The

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Board of Trustee incumbents challenged

Josa Lamont | Features Editor Nov. 3, 2014 Elections for Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees are Nov. 4, and they represent the first election for Areas 2, 4 and 5 to implement the new area mapping by board members Virginia Blumenthal and Mary Figueroa. Trustees Green, Blumenthal and Davis are up for reelection. 

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CRIME ALERTS: Bike thefts and vehicle tire slasher hit RCC

Valerie Osier | News Editor Nov. 3, 2014 Bike thefts prompt police precaution According to Riverside City College Campus Police, a recent string of bicycle thefts have caused them to raise awareness on the matter. Approximately four bikes were stolen from the bike rack near the Math and Science building over a month. Campus police

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Riverside City College plans for public bikes

Lawrence Manns | Assistant News Editor Nov. 3, 2014 Riverside City College is becoming one of the four cornerstones of Riverside’s new bike sharing program, and will be the one of the four locations that will host a bike sharing station for citizen use. RCC and UCR will both get a bike station to gauge

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Chancellor Burke brings RCC up to ADA code

Joshua Wilson | Staff Writer Oct. 16, 2014 Due to the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Riverside Community College District chancellor has approved access improvements to each of the RCCD campuses. Riverside City College will undergo structural and cosmetic alterations which will enable the campus to become more accessible to students with disabilities. The $6

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WebAdvisor is ready to get a makeover

Andrea Stewart | Staff Writer Oct. 16, 2014 It is estimated that students in the Riverside Community College District will no longer have difficulties registering for classes or be forever locked out of student email if they lost their password as soon as fall 2015. Funded by a grant that must be used by 2016,

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