Day: October 5, 2017

Advice Column: Dae’s life hacks

By Dae Thomas “I’d like a life hack to juggle time management, to handle work and school simultaneously.” –Hailey Totten This is a really common problem that a lot of people our age struggle with, Hailey. I hear wonderful things about the Amazon Echo and Amazon Echo Dot, because it gives you a personal voice

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TV Review: ‘Aww geeze, Rick’

By Heidi Dye Well it’s that time again where fans have to say goodbye to the beloved duo Rick and Morty. Don’t worry, as of 2017, “Rick and Morty” has been renewed for a fourth season. After waiting a whopping two years since the end of season two, fans were delivered a gore-filled season three

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Review: Beach Bums’ new album lets “Everything” out

By Imari Rede Beach Bums dropped their new 16 track album “Everything” on Sept. 22, 2017. To celebrate their album release they hosted Beach Bums Ball II, a two part record release party “because f— the rules!” The cover of the album features their “Everything” logo, an image that “symbolizes whatever free thought and imaginative

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Editorial: ‘Take a Knee’ for change

Before a National Football League game last year, then-49er’s quarterback Colin Kaepernick shook up the world when he kneeled during the national anthem. Kaepernick explained his position stating that he was not going to “show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color.” “To me, this is bigger

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Opinion: Choose human connection over Wi-Fi connection

By Imari Rede Millennials are known as the generation inclined to prioritize screen-to-screen contact and maintain egos fulfilled by media based peer acceptance. Although I too am a millennial that loves Instagram and Snapchat just like the rest of you, I think that a lot of us create our own discomfort and more personal insecurities

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Opinion: A system rigged against them

By Leslie Santibanez Undocumented abuse victims live in a world where the fear of being deported causes them to remain with abusers. This is the everyday reality of being an abused undocumented woman in the United States. These women live a life filled with paranoia. They are afraid of their abusers, authority figures, and in

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RCC Tigers thrive under water

By Christian Lopez It’s been nothing but smooth sailing for the Riverside City College women’s water polo team this season. Thanks to their aquatic stars Katy Peterson and Megan Upton. Peterson, Upton, and their teammates have jetted off to a great start with a 13-1 overall and 2-0 conference record in the first half of

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RCC hosts DACA workshop

By Samantha Bartholomew Immigration attorney Rosa Elena Sahagun came to Riverside City College Sept. 28 to discuss the next steps of recipients of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. Within minutes of beginning her presentation, Sahagun stated that if DACA recipients miss the Oct. 5 deadline for renewal, the chances of them gaining renewal is impossible.

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Banned Books Week celebrates freedom to read

By Samantha Bartholomew Did you know that more than 11,300 books have been challenged since 1982? From Sept. 24 to Sept. 30, Banned Books Week was celebrated across the nation to raise awareness about, as well as celebrate, the freedom and right to read. The event was launched in 1982 in response to a sudden

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