Riverside City College will reach its 100th year in September 2016. The College will celebrate in the days leading up to it with events beginning in October
Riverside City College’s athletic department will celebrate the college’s 100th anniversary by inducting the largest class in the history of its hall of fame.
Hundred degree weather did not stop Riverside City College from serving their community by donating blood on Sept. 11 in honor of those who died during the devastating attacks on the United States 14 years ago.
According to the Riverside Community College District crime logs from fall 2014 and spring 2015, a total of 22 hit and run / property damages incident were reported as compared to only 16 damages in the summer and fall this year.
In the face of struggles and a communication breakdown, dedicated students and members of faculty refuse to be discouraged.
After three games in the season, the Riverside City College football team remains the No.1 ranked team in the Southern California’s national division according to a California Community College Football Coach poll.
The Tigers do not play again until Oct. 3 versus El Camino, following a bye-week.