A slow speed pursuit, that began approximately at 10:31 a.m. Oct. 5, came to an end on the Riverside City College’s Mine Okubo Ave.
Students made their way to Quad 218 Sept. 29 to gain insight on becoming a registered voter during a workshop hosted by Riverside Student Coalition.
With the start of the basketball season a month away, the Riverside City College Tigers still have decisions to make about how the team will look and play before Nov. 5.
A new beginning should bring hope to a team that did not finish well last season. The Tigers compiled a 10-17 overall record last season, going 3-7 in the last 10 games.
JCAB Poll of California Community College Football Coaches voted Riverside City College as the No.1 team in the state for a fifth straight week.
After its victory over El Camino College on Oct. 3, the Tigers improved its overall record to 4-0.
Dariush Haghighat gives a lecture on the Iranian nuclear deal Sept. 24 1:50-2:20 p.m. in Quad 215.
Host Golden West College defeated the Riverside City College women’s water polo team, 10-8, on Oct. 3, ending its seven game winning streak.
The Tigers fell behind in the first quarter but tied up the game at halftime and once again after the third quarter.
The Riverside City College men’s water polo team defeated Saddleback, 19-10, Sept. 30, resulting in its first conference win.
RCC led 7-2 after the first quarter and 12-4 at halftime.
Despite the Tigers win against Saddleback Head coach Jason Northcott was not satisfied with how the team played.
The Riverside City College men’s cross country team is ranked No. 2 in Southern California.
Freshman Joshua Silva was the Tigers’ top finisher on the four mile course during the Golden West College Invitational meet on Sept. 25. Silva was fourth overall in a field of 180 runners after finishing with a time of 21 mintues and 14 seconds.
Riverside won its fourth straight game against division rival El Camino in Redondo Beach on Oct. 3.
The Tigers would win the game easily, 42-21, with their explosive running game once again.