Day: November 2, 2017

Opinion: Trump pursues political suicide

By Joshua Burciaga President Donald Trump has big plans for the future however, those plans don’t involve us. As Trump continues to aggravate the U.S. and other countries, we become increasingly befuddled and outraged by the daily controversies instigated by him. Even notorious members of Congress such as Sen. John McCain find it difficult to

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Animation Nation with Benton Connor

By Nahid Ponciano Students sat in awe in the Digital Library Auditorium as they watched slide after slide of a presentation that gave them a whole different perspective of the animation world. Riverside City College’s art Department hosted storyboarder and supervising director of Cartoon Network Studios, Benton Connor, on Oct. 19. The CalArts alumnus who

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Food Review: RCC culinary arts provides a Southern delight

By Jayy Mireles Just a mile off campus, there’s a hidden gem in downtown Riverside, that’s available for all Riverside City College students and local foodies. The RCC Culinary Arts Academy doesn’t just teach students how to cook and be the best at Culinary Arts, they also serve beautiful, yet inexpensive dishes to the community.

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Riverside religious leaders stand with the marginalized

By Joshua Burciaga The Calvary Presbyterian Church of downtown Riverside participated in the Second Annual Faith Walk for Peace on Oct. 15 to confront and resolve social issues. Prior to the walk, Rev. Erin Thomas disclosed the services that the church offers to the impoverished. “Every Sunday we have a hot meals program here at

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Riverside City College supports Black Minds Matter

By Joycellen Martinez The issues surrounding Black men’s lives have become a prevailing topic among communities that seek to bridge the achievement gap between their students regardless of race. On Oct. 24, San Diego State University’s Luke Wood hosted a live webinar to talk about the issues that Black men face, such as the parallels

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Tigers prepare to claim OEC gold

By Nicholas Peralta As a near perfect season comes to a close, Riverside City College’s women’s water polo team prepares, once again, to stake claim to the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) championship. RCC’s women’s water polo team went 21-2 this season, signifying a successful 2017 campaign. With the season now in the rearview,

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RCC football return from the road still unbeaten

By Christian Lopez Whether it has been close games or blowouts, the Riverside City College football team has found a way to remain unbeaten. Coming out of a game where they dominated the Chaffey College Panthers at home, the Tigers took their talents on the road for two straight games as they took on  Los

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