Day: November 13, 2014

Election results: Board of Trustees

Valerie Osier | News Editor Nov. 13, 2014 Virginia Blumenthal Virginia Blumenthal is the current president of Riverside Community College Board of Trustees and has served eight years on the board. “One of the things we need to do is to try to have more classes offered for our students while still maintaining our financial

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Clery Report updated

Published: Nov. 13, 2014 Crystal Olmedo | Assistant News Editor The previously bare Clery Report was updated by Chief Miyashiro of Riverside City College Police Department with RCC’s crime statistics for the years of 2011 and 2012 on Oct. 28, almost a month after the Oct. 1 deadline given in the U.S. Department of Education’s

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Community lays flags on the graves of Veterans to honor service

Nov. 13, 2014 John Villanueva | Staff Writer Flags are dressed along the tombstones in Riverside National Cemetery on Nov 8. to show respect to the deceased United States enlisted men and women. A Flag for Every Hero is an event held over the past seven years where people come together as volunteers or a part

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Clubs collaborate to thank veterans

Shamir Aleem and Josa Lamont | Viewpoints staff Nov. 13, 2014 Riverside City College Student Veterans Association launched its annual Operation Toy Drive this holiday season with tacos and flying projectiles on Nov. 11. The event was held outside of the Martin Luther King Jr. building where students wrote statements of gratitude to Veteran’s on

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RCC searches for new president

A commitee is formed to find a new president for Riverside City College by September 2016 Lawrence Manns | Assistant News Editor Nov. 13, 2014 Riverside City College is in the process of searching for a new president. Dr. Irving Hendrick and Sylvia Thomas are leading the effort to find a candidate qualified enough to

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RCC ranked at No. 1: Following a league victory over Chaffey College, the Tigers are playoff bound

James H. Williams | Managing Editor Nov. 13, 2014 Riverside City College and San Mateo College finish tied with seven first place votes apiece in the Nov. 10 CCCFCA/JCAB State Football Poll. The Tigers are listed as the No. 1 ranked junior college football team in California based on total points in the state poll,

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RCC soars

Alexis Naucler and Edith Noriega | Viewpoints Staff Nov. 13, 2014 Men’s cross-country The Riverside City College men’s cross-country team will head to the State Championships Nov. 22 after finishing in eighth-place, with 246 points, at the Southern California Championships Nov. 7 at Woodley Park in Van Nuys. Coming in first for the Tigers was

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Water polo splash into playoffs

Edith Noriega | Sports Editor Nov. 13, 2014 After a successful season the RCC women’s water polo team get No. 2 seed and a first-round bye in the upcoming Southern California Regionals Nov. 13. The Tigers will face the winners between the No. 7 seed Long Beach City College Vikings and the No. 10 seed

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RCC clinch playoff berth in loss

Edith Noriega | Sports Editor Nov. 13, 2014 Despite losing the final regular season game against the Fullerton College Hornets (14-6), the RCC men’s water polo team dominated the pool finishing fourth in the Orange Empire Conference and gained a playoff berth at the Southern California Regional Tournament against Grossmont Griffins Nov. 13. Riverside opened

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