Broadway actress Mzuri Moyo honored civil rights activist, Fannie Lou Hamer, in a one-woman performance April 21.
Hamer was a voting rights activist who served as a vice chairperson of the Mississippi Democratic Party and as a representative at the 1964 Democratic National Convention.
Hundreds of Riverside residents gathered in downtown Riverside for the March for Science on April 22, including Riverside City College students from the Student Sustainability Collective.
One of the latest Instagram raves in town is the new local dive Swirl Fiesta in Jurupa Valley.
Many have heard of it, but those who have yet to visit are guaranteed a delicious treat.
Back in February, President Donald Trump gave a horrifying, yet somewhat professional sounding speech to Congress. Upon hearing his slightly more “presidential” tone, pundits across America promptly rejoiced that he had finally “become president.”
With the recent shooting at North Park Elementary School, we can’t help but wonder if we’re prepared enough for a similar event here at Riverside City College.
Although we have the Rave Guardian app available for students, only about 1,600 students have it downloaded, according to Michael Simmons the Director of Risk Management, Safety and Police.
Bisexuality is a topic not frequently addressed in LGBT movements.
Just mentioning the word “bisexual” makes some people run for the hills.
Over a year after the unexpected death of Antonin Scalia, the vacated Supreme Court seat was filled by Neil Gorsuch April 10.
The Riverside City College women’s swim team took the Orange Empire Conference Championship on April 20-22 from Orange Coast College, who had won the title nine years in a row.
A Riverside City College Diversity Committee sponsored event brought students and parents together in the Digital Auditorium on April 20 to hear CNN in Spanish legal analyst Elena Sahagun speak.
Geovanny Alcibia-Guzman interviews Harvard professor and historian Elizabeth Hinton regarding America’s mass incarceration epidemic. They also discuss Hinton’s new book titled “From the War on Poverty to the War on Crime: The Making of Mass Incarceration in America.”