One common theme often mentioned to students seeking career advice is the need to be adaptable.
By Stephanie Llamas Eager culinary students swarmed to interviewing tables at Riverside City College’s first ever Culinary Arts Job Fair on March 19 at RCC’s Culinary Arts Academy. The job […]
Riverside City College received a grant from CalFresh to provide food assistance to students.
By Paul Villalobos In a bitter war-of-words, the United States Department of Justice formally filed a lawsuit against the state of California over its sanctuary laws March 6. Attorney General […]
By Joshua Burciaga Those who fail to learn from past mistakes are doomed to repeat them in the future. This is exemplified in the relationship between the United States and […]
America aspires to have a government “by the people, for the people”, yet issues of common people, those who don’t have millions of dollars to donate to campaigns, are continuously underrepresented.
By Luis Quintero Riverside City College softball team defeated Orange Coast College and Allan Hancock College on March 16. The crowd could not help but become completely engulfed in the […]
National Geographic made headlines this month after publicly acknowledging that its past coverage was “racist” and for decades failed to address people of color in the United States.
Following a strong showing a week prior in their home opener, the Riverside City College beach volleyball team went to Huntington Beach on March 16 looking to keep their string of good performances going.
The men’s tennis team notch up a few more victories, including a win over the four-time defending state champions Irvine Valley College Lasers, and bump their undefeated record up to 16-0.