Month: April 2018

Editorial: Sanctuary must be upheld

It is a basic human need to feel safe. California Senate Bill 54 that dubs California a sanctuary state is a bill that gives immigrants a blanket of safety while living in our state. California SB-54 effectively makes California a sanctuary state by legalizing and standardizing statewide non-cooperation policies between California law enforcement agencies and

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Swim and dive falls short at OEC championships

By: Austin Turner After three days of championship racing at the Orange Empire Conference Swimming and Diving Championships, the Riverside City College Tigers just couldn’t catch Orange Coast College. The OCC Pirates dominated the championships, capturing both the men’s and women’s titles while continuing their chase for state. The RCC women’s team were able to

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RCC track and field gets first

By Luis Quintero The Orange Empire Conference Track and Field Preliminary rounds kicked off April 20, hosted by Riverside City College at Wheelock Stadium. The Tigers went home with 19 first place finishes, with eight coming from the women’s team and eleven from the men’s. The men’s team crushed the competition as they placed first

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Movie Review: Don’t you dare shed a dollar for this film

By Doreena Carter Truth or dare? Dare. I dare you to not see this movie. The long-awaited horror film hit theaters on horror fanatics favorite day, Friday the 13th. Blumhouse Productions company has released other popular movies such as “Hush,” “The Gift,” and the extended “Paranormal Activity” franchise. All of their movies have two things

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