Day: November 19, 2018

Top universities seek out Riverside City College defensive lineman Nick Figueroa

by Mia Magana Starting out young in football, the goals are set high with the players needing to be a powerhouse of dedication while showing immense devotion to the sport. In the case of college football, when a player is young with a multitude of potential there comes more attention and even greater benefits. Nick

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Riverside City College men’s cross country team claims OEC divisional championship

by Nick Peralta For the fourth year in a row, Riverside City College’s men’s cross country team will take home the Orange Empire Conference Championship. Along with this being the fourth consecutive year that RCC has taken home the divisional title, the Tigers have now claimed the top spot in the OEC for the eighth

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Drag show takes over Riverside City College cafeteria for Halloween bash

by Patrick Tindall Students at Riverside City College’s cafeteria were trick-or-treated to an impromptu post-Halloween drag show. Nov. 1 Student’s dining in the cafeteria were surprised when their lunches of chicken fingers, french fries and Top Ramen were interrupted by loud music and a gaggle of spooky performers organized by RCC’s own Gender and Sexuality

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Tech tips for the modern college student

By Seth Barlow Gone are the days of dictionaries and thesauruses now that everybody has a cellphone in their pocket. Apps are not only helpful in day-to-day tasks, they are essential to school work. Viewpoints selected the best apps for school whether it be for passing exams, self-help or anything else that falls in between.

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Riverside City College football finishes season on top following playoffs

by Nick Peralta The 2018 California Community College Athletic Association regular football season has ended and the Tigers are your National Southern Division champions. On Nov. 10 the second ranked Tigers took on No. 12 ranked Saddleback College in a contest that determined the newly-formed National Southern Division champions. RCC would seemingly accomplish the perfect

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Editing issues arise in new film ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

by Adriana Lopez If anyone stepped into a movie theater expecting to learn about the story of Queen through “Bohemian Rhapsody,” that is their fault. The trailers for the film made it clear that we would be watching the story of Freddie Mercury (played by Rami Malek) unfold. However, this does not mean that the

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Behind the curtains of RCC’s production of ‘The Crucible’

by Benjamin De Leon The program handed to you as you walk in the auditorium encompasses the deception and hysteria that are prominent throughout the production. The Crucible ran from November 8-10 at the Landis Auditorium found on campus. Set in Salem, Massachusetts, the play focuses on a group of girls found conjuring spirits in

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