A Riverside City College student has reportedly tested positive for tuberculosis, according to the Riverside Department of Public Health.
Day: May 14, 2018
By Imari Rede Drag is gender performance at its finest. Riverside City College’s Gender and Sexualities Awareness club presented their Spring Annual Drag Show on April 26 in the cafeteria and it was nothing less than a party. The show started about 20 minutes late but the audience waited patiently because queens are the ones
By Samantha Bartholomew Students elected Associated Students of Riverside City College president, vice president and senators, as well as the District’s student trustee for the 2018-2019 school year May 2-3. Taylor Abernathy and Andrew Rivera won the positions of ASRCC president and vice president with 126 votes. Their opponents, Gabriela Hinojosa and Jessica Harman earned
By Emma Carlsen In the whirlwind of President Donald Trump’s administration, Vice President Mike Pence has faded into the background. As Trump moves toward his ultimate demise, people must carefully judge the man that may soon take his place. If Pence became president, he would most likely pursue backward policies that unfairly target women and
By Anthony Torres “Avengers: Infinity War” will leave audiences devastated, with their mouths hanging wide open and their vision blurred from holding back their tears. Audience members will wonder if it’s some cruel illusion by Loki, God of Mischief, but it is not a trick and neither is the film’s record breaking weekend. According to
By Joshua Burciaga Former President Barack Obama’s health care law has rewarded wealthy owners of the healthcare industry due to flaws legislators ignored during implementation of “Obamacare.” These issues still persist under the new presidential administration. The United States is the only industrialized nation in the world where the government does not regulate the profits
By Austin Turner Records are meant to be broken and that’s exactly what the Riverside City College track and field team did at the 2018 Orange Empire Conference Championships on April 26. While grabbing their twelth consecutive OEC title, the RCC men’s team set the new top score in the conference’s 32 year history. They
Stigma is shame. Shame causes silence. Silence hurts us all. These powerful phrases were attached to backpacks that were scattered across Riverside City College’s A.G. Paul Quadrangle on April 24. Send Silence Packing is a nationally recognized exhibit that uses donated backpacks to represent a deafening silence in discussion of campus suicides and mental health.
Sexual education is far behind what it should be today. Many children have unprotected sex with little knowledge of what sexually transmitted infections and diseases are, let alone that they may be subject to contracting one. Teaching abstinence is the practice in which people are simply told to not have sex. This strategy is a