Riverside City College student Lorenzo Vasquez started his routine by tossing a pole with two giant flames on each side in the air with assurance that he was going to catch the hazardous instrument.
Month: May 2016
As you walk into the Student Honors Art Exhibit at Riverside City College, captivating, yet nonsensical pieces of art plaster the pearly, white walls making for a gratifying sight.
“Money Monster” is a thriller filled with satire that opens your eyes to the truth behind our financial system, all while portraying why the media can’t always be trusted.
Pop punk is not dead and Modern Baseball seems to be one of the few bands keeping it alive.
An unfortunate epidemic that plagues the modern world has been the growing trend of individuals who contain ignorance within themselves that ultimately forestalls their ability to accept who they really are.
Local filmmaker Michael Tukes orchestrated the Tukes Art Expo in his hometown of Moreno Valley on May 21, showcasing various talents from the Inland Empire and attracting a massive turnout of 150 people.
Presidential candidates coming to Riverside County, Hear from RCC students about what they’ve gained this past semester and what they plan to do this summer, listen in for some new Arts and Entertainment reviews and to get the final scoop on Tigers Sports and the CCCAA championships.
Both Democratic nominees, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will make appearances in Riverside on May 24 for separate rallies.
Assistant professor of Automotive Technology Paul O’Connell was recently awarded an “Excellence in Teaching” award from the Inland Empire/Desert Regional Consortia on May 2. The award is given to CTE professors who have shown excellence and gone above and beyond as faculty in the classroom.
Art and photography students received recognition among fellow students, faculty and family members at a reception and award ceremony hosted by the Art Department May 5.
Roughly 100 attendees surrounded artworks that clustered the walls and rested atop white pedestals in the Riverside City College Quad Art Gallery.