By Leslie Santibanez The future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals is in danger. President Donald Trump’s senior adviser Stephen Miller is threatening the future of DACA. Miller is […]
By Kevin Knox In all the years I have followed American politics I have experienced many events that can only be accurately described as “aneurysm-inducing.” Ever since the 2016 presidential […]
The success the RCC football team has been having found its way into a 56-7 blowout win over Chaffey College.
California lawmakers passed a “sanctuary state” bill to protect immigrants without legal residency in the United States on Sept. 16.
A lover of country music, Gomez and 57 other people were killed while attending Route 91 Harvest, a country music festival that Gomez and her boyfriend, Ethan Sanchez, had been planning to attend for 10 months.
Starting Jan. 1, it will no longer be a felony in California to knowingly expose a sexual partner to HIV with the intent of transmitting the virus.
By Cameron Winston There is an unheralded superstar in the making who has had the Tigers rolling through what has been, so far, an undefeated season. Riverside City College football […]
Assembly Bill 19 opens up the possibility that California’s community colleges will offer free tuition to all full-time first-year students, regardless of financial need. An action that would cost the state $31 million annually.
By Joshua Burciaga Columbine, Fort Hood, Texas, Tucson, Arizona, Aurora, Sandy Hook, Charleston, San Bernardino, Orlando night club and the Las Vegas massacre. These are some of the few mass […]
A sense of freedom washes over me as I finally hit the button that says tweet. It reads “#MeToo.”