Month: October 2018

Today is the voter registration deadline for U.S. midterm elections

Today is the deadline to register to vote in next month’s California midterm election. California residents must register today before the midnight deadline. The United States recently ranked 139 of 172 democracies around the world in voter participation. In 2014 only 8 percent of eligible students exercised their civic right to cast a ballot. How

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RCC Track finds continued success

By Nick Peralta In recent years, Riverside City College has had continued success when it comes to their men’s track team. In the 2018 cross country season, this remains no exception. Now halfway through the season, the Tigers men’s cross country team has their eye on a potential Orange Empire Conference title for what would

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Artist conjures new worlds through art

By Patrick Tindall A fantastical homage to spirituality, nature and the deepest corners of one’s mind: “Sacred Spaces, Secret Places: Conjurings of a Shaman” by John Greco is an exploration of human existence through screen-printed imagery. Greco is a master screen-printer who graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Slippery Rock University as

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RCC football tackles Cancer Night

By Nick Peralta Riverside City College dominates, getting their fourth straight victory after a huge night from the special teams unit. Freshmen wide receiver and return specialist Tyler Kennedy had a spectacular performance against the Grossmont College Griffins. Kennedy finished a field day with a total of 238 yards off of special teams returns only

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Assemblymember speaks on diversity and voting at RCC

By Kenia Marrufo As the midterm elections are only a month away,  Assemblyman Jose Medina visited Riverside City College to lecture students about the significance of Hispanic Heritage Month and his approach on higher education. Medina is a member of the California State Assembly and is running in the general election Nov. 6 to represent

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Riverside City College student safety called into question after medical emergency

By Samantha Bartholomew Clarification: A previous version of this story said no police officers were in sight when Imari Rede moved safety barriers on Terracina Avenue. Officers were also not present when Rede moved the barriers on Mine Okubo Avenue.  A medical emergency that occurred at Riverside City College on Oct. 9 has led to

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