Day: November 1, 2018

RCC overcomes challenging start to win at home

By Mia Magana The Riverside City College Tigers continue their winning ways after a well-earned victory over the Southwestern College Jaguars on Oct. 27 that improved their winning streak to six, and their record to 7-1. Quarterback Stone Smartt and wide receiver Jamaal Houston were key components to the Tigers success. The game began with

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Administration chooses to move forward on vote for installation of permanent blockades

By Samantha Bartholomew The aftermath of a medical emergency has been riddled with  its fair share of progress and ongoing confusion. After initially denying that Student Health Services had turned Viewpoints editor-in-chief Dominique Redfearn away after RCC student Nick Peralta collapsed in the Viewpoints newsroom, Renee Martin Thornton, director of Student Health Services, and FeRita

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Local librarian hosts adult coloring event

By Adriana Lopez Mental health has been a central topic on the Riverside City College campus in recent years, part of that discussion being the importance of having a healthy outlet. While there are programs on campus that focus on the mental health of students, outside of RCC there are strides being made to ensure

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Editorial: Policy pushes punishment

The U.S. government is reportedly considering policy changes that would attempt to definitionally “erase” transgender and non-binary people from federal civil rights law. In practice, this could make it nearly impossible for many transgender individuals to get a driver’s license or passport, go to the doctor for basic medical care, get food stamps or rent

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Women’s water polo prepare for the playoffs

By Nick Peralta Another year, another successful season comes to a close for the Riverside City College women’s water polo team. After capping off their season with a 19-6 victory over conference rival school Saddleback College on Oct. 24, the Tigers now look ahead to the Orange Empire Conference Championships. Finishing with a 16-6 record

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Family owned Indian cuisine, so close to home

By Imari Rede Representation is important. It makes people feel welcomed and secure in their own identities. Food is a big part of representation, especially for people who find themselves as minorities in the melting pot that is the United States. Masala Mischief offers unique Indian flavors from Kolkata, India. Most Indian food consumed at

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Disgaea 1 Complete

By Seth Barlow From Nippon Ichi Software Japan and NIS Software America comes a new action adventure role-playing game, “Disgaea 1 Complete.” “Disgaea 1 Complete” tells the twisted story of Laharl, the son of the former Netherland Overlord, as he rises to become the next Overlord. Although the story is entertaining and fun, the highlight

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Halloweentown fun returns to Riverside City College

By Benjamin De Leon The Associated Students of Riverside City College continued their tradition of Halloweentown, which took over the quad in Riverside City College on Oct. 26. Halloweentown caters to the youth of Riverside by having a safe, public event with fun activities that allows parents to have a good time with their families.

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Opinion: UC Irvine incident questions #MeToo movement

By Clarissa Corral UC Irvine professor Francisco J. Ayala evolutionary geneticist and molecular biologist, has resigned and been banished entirely from the university. Four acts of sexual misconduct in the workplace were formally filed against him by Chair Kathleen Treseder, professor Jessica Pratt,  assistant dean Benedicte Shipley, and graduate student Michelle Herrera. All of these women came

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