Who created Batman? If you were to look at the credits in the old comics or in the movies, you’d tell me it was Bob Kane. But you would be wrong.
The University of California, Berkeley—the campus that famously birthed the free speech movement of the 1960s—was once the epicenter of the marketplace of ideas. Now, it has sadly devolved into a center for violent confrontations.
Californian students struggle just as much as those in New York and San Francisco … where is our relief?
History was made Feb. 7 when San Francisco announced starting next school year city colleges for all California residents living in San Francisco will be implementing free college tuition.
She said she was taught to hate herself. Gloria Lucas, a body positivity activist and founder of Nalgona Body Positivity Pride, gave a presentation on historical trauma and its connections to the present-day self as a person of color dealing with eating disorders.
If there was any doubt that Disney owned Marvel before, there’s none now. With Marvel’s latest movie Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. II hitting the theaters, the movie’s underlying theme is classic Disney.
Three former Riverside City College football players are going to the NFL.
Despite all athletes going undrafted in the National Football League’s most recent draft, alumni Isaac Whitney, Skyler Howard and Ryan Navarro were picked up by pro teams following the draft and will look to compete in the 2017 NFL season.
A stellar swimmer and water polo player is two things Emily Martin proves to be when she is in the water. An athlete that has competed since she was five years old, Martin has enjoyed a competitive and successful journey in the pool.
Riverside City College is actively accepting Promise Program applications.
You could apply on the Riverside City College website.
Deadlines to apply is May 24.
Riverside City College’s Digital Library will be hosting a free documentary showing of Miss Representation May 17 at 6 p.m. An open-forum panel will follow the showing discussing how mainstream media contributes to the under-representation of women in influential positions by circulating limited and often disparaging portrayals of women.
Riverside City College’s Career Center will be hosting a job fair to encourage students to connect, network and get jobs May 19. The fair will be held in the RCC Quadrangle Courtyard from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. The event is free to all students and community members.