Sammie J. Ayoub has been elected as the new Riverside Community College District student trustee for the 2016-2017 academic year.
The Riverside City College Model United Nations (MUN) officer received 284 votes in this year’s student trustee election.
In light of the tragedies that befell American citizens such as the Paris and San Bernardino attacks, the Student Health and Psychological Services held a lecture March 17 with guest speaker Kevin Fleming, the dean of instruction for Norco College, as a means to help students with struggles they may be going through or dealing with.
Experience “Miracles from Heaven” for yourself. This intriguing and inspiring small town family shares its true-life story to the masses on the big screen.
The Landis Performing Arts Center is the current home to Performance Riverside’s production of “Big River, the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.”
Traveling back in time to over 30 years before my birth, when rock stars had long curly hair, flower print jackets and flared pants defining their image, this night was a bit of a culture shock.
Democratic National Committee marks Clinton for the win, Sanders supporters outraged Written by David Roman It’s strange to think that a committee named for the Democratic processes that entitles every citizen to have a vote, a voice for how things are decided is so keen on doing the exact opposite to its members. But that’s
Protesters addressed the Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees to speak out against the hiring of a new district compliance officer who is accused of negligently handling a student’s alleged rape at Mt. SAC.
Ethical issue presented at RCCD after controversial hiring Favoritism, cronyism and nepotism. These concepts are all too well known in today’s workforce. People need networking to expand their careers and opportunities but networking should be limited in any institution, organization or corporation. And networking should never turn into cronyism; which is when a person with
Activists in favor of remembrance of the Cesar Chavez holiday gathered on the steps of the Martin Luther King building at Riverside City College on March 29, to wave flags bearing the logo “¡Si Se Puede!” or “yes we can.”
Written by Nicole Tambunan We all dread coming to school for a good amount of reasons, like having two back-to-back finals, leaving your nest of a bed for an 8 a.m. class, or the worst – oral presentations. Now add one more item to that list: someone at your school might be carrying a gun.