Posted: Feb. 17, 2015 | Written by Luis Solis The sound of Taiko drums echoing through the streets, the smell of mouth-watering foreign food wafting through the air and the festive colorful decorations attracted people’s attention to the streets of Downtown Riverside on Jan. 31. The Asian Pacific Cultural Association hosted the Lunar Festival for
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Posted: Feb. 17, 2015 | Written by James H. Williams It is an honor to be named the Editor-in-Chief for Riverside City College’s student newspaper Viewpoints. I have several goals for this semester but my top priority is to deliver news to the students and staff on the campus with both our print edition of
Posted: Feb. 17, 2015 | Written by Lawrence Manns Each person’s signature is unique to themselves, and as such it has become a person’s gateway to the world. This holds especially true for college students, as their signature is used for applying to a school, to buying a celebratory graduation dinner and everything in between.
At the beginning of every semester, parking is a seemingly never-ending problem. But this Spring, students get a new twist to the cruel joke that is our parking situation. Three hundred parking spaces have been eliminated from the already slim-pickings to make way for the new student services building and its construction. To make matters
Posted: Feb. 17, 2015 | Written by Crystal Olmedo Riverside City College’s Student Resource Center is back in business. There was speculation among members of the Associated Students of Riverside City College that the Student Resource Center would have to temporarily close its doors due to a misappropriated budget and lack of volunteers. The Student Resource
Posted: Feb. 17, 2015 | Written by Valerie Osier & Crystal Olmedo After two reports surfaced alleging attempted sexual assaults inside Riverside City College restrooms Jan. 14 and 15, the latter has been ruled as false. The 18-year-old woman who reported the second incident “recanted her assertion that an attack took place” after meeting with
Posted: Feb. 17, 2015 | Written by Crystal Olmedo Riverside City College began construction of a new Student Services and Administration building in December 2014. RCC has commissioned Multi-Prime Construction Management to build the new two-story, 44,000 square foot SSA building. The new building will be located at the corner of Magnolia Avenue and Fairfax