Day: April 8, 2015

Student Trustee candidate unopposed

  Posted: April 8, 2015 | Written by Stephanie Llamas   Riverside City College District Student Trustee campaigning officially ended April 6. There is only one candidate left  after Norco Student Trustee candidate Rand Pawling removed himself from the Student Trustee elections due to personal reasons, thus creating a massive impact on the elections. The

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‘America’s college promise’ a real possibility?

Posted: April 8, 2015 | Written by Kennedy Blevins Earlier this year President Obama announced a proposal that sparked the interest of college students across the country: two years of free college education. In his 2015 State of the Union address, Obama presented America’s College Promise, which proposed that two years of college education or

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EDITORIAL: Will elect leaders for food

We get it. It’s just community college. No big deal. Why should we care who our leaders are? Riverside Community College District recently appointed a new chancellor. Riverside City College is in the process of hiring a new president. Elections are being held for a new student trustee. Associated Students of Riverside City College elections

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Bugg speaks before forum presenting his case for RCC presidency

Posted: April 8, 2015 | Written by Crystal Olmedo Elmer A. Bugg, a candidate for Riverside City College president, spoke before an audience of faculty, staff and students in the Digital Library Auditorium on April 2. Bugg presently serves as the vice president of Instruction for Merritt College, located in Oakland, CA. He introduced himself

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President candidate Isaac speaks at public forum

Posted: March 26, 2015 Updated: April 8, 2015 | Written by Crystal Olmedo Interim Riverside City College president, Wolde-Ab Isaac, spoke of stressing a shared vision and shared government when he spoke at one of two presidential candidate forums in the Digital Library Auditorium. Paul Parnell, president of Norco College represented the Riverside City College

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Business Leaders of Tomorrow overcome theft winning 5 awards at conference

Posted: April 8, 2015 | Updated: April 10, 2015 | Written by Brooke Cary Members of the Riverside City College’s Business Leaders of Tomorrow Club had some of their belongings stolen inside a hotel room in the City of Ontario while attending the State Business Leadership Conference on March 27 between the times of 7:06

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Anthem Data Breach affects former RCCD employees

Posted: April 8, 2015 | Written by Aja Sanders One of the health care providers for Riverside Community College District, Anthem BlueCross, was recently the target of a strategic data breach. Anthem called it a “sophisticated external cyber attack” in its apology letter that was sent to members almost immediately after the cyber attack was

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23rd Annual Riverside Airshow

Posted: April 8, 2015 | By Josiah Patterson Riverside Municipal Airport hosted its 23rd Annual Riverside Airshow on March 28. At this event, which has long been a Riverside tradition, thousands were amused with spectacular performances by pilots, including: Spencer Suderman, Chuck Coleman, Jon Melby, Frank Donnelly and John Collver. “I have thousands of pictures

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Cesar Chavez’s impact lives on

Posted: April 8, 2015 | Written by Brooke Cary Students lined the street outside Terracina Dr. and Mine Okubo St. drawn by hispanic music, banners, club tents and free tacos for students and staff on March 30. The event was a Cesar Chavez celebration, part of a 3-day event that ASRCC and Diversity group Puente

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The death of old Riverside

Posted: April 8, 2015 | Written by Josiah Patterson The aroma of fresh oranges and the exquisite architectural design of Riverside once mesmerized its residents and visitors with incomparable charm. The city still maintains aspects of its distinctive personality today. Riverside continues to boast historic landmarks such as the Mission Inn, Riverside County Historic Courthouse,

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