Recently Facebook has been been set ablaze by a letter from a firefighter. In the letter the firefighter discusses the disrespect he would feel if, as some want, a $15 minimum wage were to pass and how if he could make $15 an hour flipping burgers why would he want put his life on the line fighting fires.
Day: December 7, 2015
From the biggest screens in Riverside to five star accommodations, this movie theater might just have it all.
Division 1 colleges see no problem having sports be their “golden goose,” but when talk of paying players comes up the golden egg turns rotten.
If you have followed the Riverside City College football team long enough, you have likely caught on to the trends that have carried over the years. There was the shake up at quarterback, the injury bug and a game or two away from the big game.
Leading the Riverside City College cross-country team (placing first among his teammates six out of seven times), Joshua Silva has high expectations for his future despite some setbacks earlier in his athletic career.
An evening of dining, music and prayer brought members of the community in unison to shed light on the heinous crime of human trafficking that affects 35 million people worldwide.
The Community College Board of Governors passed a resolution on Nov. 16 in order to remove the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges of over 100 schools across the state.
Men, women, and children stood in line with eager stomachs. About 457 people signed in to receive a meal, Nov. 24 as Riverside City College Culinary Academy held a Thanksgiving dinner for the homeless and less fortunate.
Even though it’s been 10 years since the last “Star Wars Battlefront” game came out, it still features the classic battles from the movies that we all fell in love with.
Three books, four movies and seven years later, the girl who took the world by storm has finally gotten her happily ever after.