Many college students can feel like they are floundering trying to find their path and to make the decisions that will affect the course of their lives. Some may feel lost trying to connect what they devote themselves to learning and how to apply it to be successful in the workforce.
Water is a natural resource that essentially belongs to the people and therefore they should have access to safe, clean and affordable water, yet so many Americans and the environment are paying greatly for it.
Riverside City College students now have a place they can call home. La Casa or the Latino Student Engagement Center was the newest center to be unveiled on Monday, Nov. 2 in the Digital Library 112.
More laughs than screams filled the Riverside City College community garden during the viewing of Stephen King’s “Children of the Corn” (1984.)
The men that can say that they crafted an enduring legacy for themselves from scratch, are few and far between. At Riverside City College, we have a person that has not only made a name for himself, but for the college and the entire city of Riverside as well.
Student animators and computer programmers joined together on Oct. 27 in the at Riverside City College to listen to Andrew Lee, emerging mobile game developer, speak on animation and programming for games.
Cool, crisp air and dew-drizzled dirt welcomes garden workers at the start of their 7 a.m. shifts tending the community garden at Riverside City College.