With the upcoming 2016 election we have seen and heard many unimaginable things from our presidential candidates, both good and bad. Making reappearance, one of these things was the Hillary Clinton email scandal.
Month: September 2016
On Nov. 8, California voters will be asked to choose between remaining in the dark ages of judicial corporal punishment, or progressing forward towards a more ethical and fiscally responsible methodology.
The Associated Student Trustee of Riverside Community College District Sammie J. Ayoub is pushing to have a board policy amended in order to give future Student Trustees the ability to have an advisory vote.
Elevators are beneficial to all students at Riverside City College. They provide accessibility for the disabled and others who need assistance to get to and from class with relative ease which would otherwise be impossible. We feel as though the importance of these elevators have been put off no matter how many issues we have printed that have addressed this issue and we are tired of it.
Riverside City College students were left worried after Wells Fargo fired 5,300 of its employees on Sept. 8 for opening 2 million unknown and unwanted accounts for existing customers.
With the arrival of the fall semester the Student Equity Program is here to help students who are in need of textbooks, free gas money and food.
The Riverside City College Men’s water polo won 25-9 against Santa Ana Sept. 14.
The men’s cross country team finished in first place while the women placed fifth at the Southern California Preview Championships hosted by the Orange Empire Conference on Sept. 16.
The sun is about to go down, but the night is about to turn up.
The sounds of classic rock stream from an iPhone sitting on the dresser. Mascara and eyeshadow are strewn about as the curling iron is set to high. Most importantly, five shot glasses are lined up on the counter.
The Riverside City College volleyball team has won two of their past games.