Month: February 2019

The Beat: RCC vs. Mt. San Jacinto College playoff preview

Multimedia reporters Keanu Wallace and Robert Johnson preview Riverside City College’s March 1 first round playoff game against Mt. San Jacinto College.

Dickens Festival is set to return to Downtown Riverside

Stacy Soriano | Viewpoints by Patrick Tindall It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, but the Dicken’s Festival is always the best of times! From Feb. 23-24 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Downtown Riverside is hosting its 26th annual Dickens Festival. Lively events include a grand parade, an author’s

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BREAKING: floods affect parking lot at Riverside City College

Mia Magana | Viewpoints by Dominique Redfearn Parking lot Q at Riverside City College is flooding according to a Rave Guardian alert sent out Feb. 14. Cars are being threatened by the flooding at the corner of City College Drive and Olivewood Avenue. Students and staff are advised to not attempt to move their vehicles

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Review: Swing on by to see ‘Tarzan’

By Patrick Tindall Audiences will swing into the theater for Riverside City College’s newest production. Performance Riverside teams up with RCC to bring forth their ambitious rendition of the famous Broadway show, Disney’s “Tarzan.” Fans of the 1999 movie will absolutely fall in love with the beautiful music, the inspirational story as well as the

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Former Riverside City College student seeks to withdraw guilty plea

By Samantha Bartholomew Former Riverside City College student Enrique Marquez Jr. told a federal judge Jan. 25 that he wants to withdraw admissions he made under a plea agreement in February 2017. Marquez supplied the weapons used to kill 14 people and wound 23 others in the December 2015 San Bernardino terrorist attack. Marquez was

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Riverside City College’s Urban Farm earns statewide honor

By Kenia Marrufo Riverside City College’s Urban Farm, a model for sustainable gardening on campus, received an honorable mention in the Exemplary Program Award by the California Community Colleges Board of Governors, which recognizes outstanding community college programs excelling in environmental leadership RCC was one of three colleges to receive an honorable mention for their

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Opinion: President Donald Trump’s pride takes blame for shutdown

By Diego Lomeli The longest government shutdown in history has left thousands of federal employees in a state of panic and frustration. It’s no surprise that President Donald Trump’s egotistical nature keeps him from fully understanding the true cost of his irresponsible decisions. The salaries of government  workers were held hostage for nearly five weeks

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