Riverside City College will be holding a health and wellness fair on May 10 from 11am-2pm in the Bookstore Promenade.
Jo Scott-Coe an associate professor of english at Riverside City College will be giving the colleges 57 Distinguished Faculty Lecture May 4 in the Digital Library and Learning Resource Center Auditorium from 12:50 to 1:50.
“Undocumented” is a film about journalist Jose Antonio Vargas’s journey as an undocumented American. The film was shown on March 29 in the Riverside City College’s Digital Library Auditorium.
The California State University Board of Trustees passed an act to raise their tuition for the first time in six years during a board meeting March 22.
People from all over California gathered together for the Riverside’s 25th Annual Airshow to support pilots of all types at the Riverside Municipal Airport on April 1.
The event began when former Marine Tom Miller fought to keep the Riverside Municipal Airport open by displaying the local talent of aerobatic flying and honoring each military branch.
For Juliana Garcia, a Riverside City College student, the Cesar Chavez Day celebration hit home.
“My great grandpa stood by Cesar’s side when they were walking. It’s important to be grateful of where our produce comes from,” Garcia said.
The Inland Empire chapters of the Immigrant Youth Coalition, Black Lives Matters and the Palestinian Youth Movement hosted a “Coming Out of the Shadows” rally in front of Riverside City Hall on March 29.
The Fresno City College softball tournament was unfortunately cut short.
Dated to take place from March 4-5, Riverside City College’s softball team was touted to take place in the FCC tournament and saw success early in the opening rounds against both Hartnell College and Foothill College. RCC was then touted to face West Hills Coalinga College and the hosting team Fresno College.
In the current political climate, everything from political Facebook posts to friends taking part in protests, fill our social media timelines. Having your voice heard is seemingly more important than ever.
My legs wobbled as I sat down near the white powdery line of the soccer field. I slid down my sock as blood gushed down my knee and I quickly wiped it. My body ached and my feet hurt, but I hurried back on the field to the match.