The Riverside native has been a prominent resident in Ward 3 and has been a member of the city’s budget engagement commission.
Day: March 7, 2019
The young candidate hopes his previous accomplishments and knowledge will gain him the ability to seek change and create a better future for the cities development of affordable housing, the resolvement of the cities infrastructure and maintaining the focus on historic preservation.
Vaccinations have become a topic of intense, unnecessary debate that has taken away from the main point: vaccinations save lives. A popular, and dangerous, myth about vaccinations is that they cause autism. This idea originated in 1998 when a British doctor named Andrew Wakefield claimed he found a link between autism and the MMR
By Patrick Tindall Riverside City College is debuting an update to its outdated class registration system. Touted as “an algorithmic-based student academic planning software for colleges and universities” is the long-awaited update for RCC’s WebAdvisor platform which was clunky, non-user-friendly and difficult to understand which classes were useful to a student’s academic goals. Business,
By Darrisha Daniel In a world where social media dominates our news intake, these sources may only add fuel to fire our internal bias. This type of operation has led many of us into clickbait spirals and placing belief in common misconceptions. News generated for social media users’ consumption is often centered around popular stories
Riverside City College men’s basketball team concluded its regular season Feb. 23 with an 94-89 win against Copper Mountain College at home.
By Erik Galicia James “Warren” Avery kicked off his campaign for Ward 3 City Council at an event in the Victoria neighborhood of Riverside on March 2. Ward 3 is the central part of the city that stretches from the Riverside Municipal Airport area in the west, through the Magnolia Center, to the Victoria neighborhood
By Patrick Tindall Life as an LGBTQ person is difficult, life as an LGBTQ person of color is even more difficult. LGBTQ people constantly have to dodge homophobia and LGBTQ people of color also have to avoid the ever-present second issue of racism. Neither of which are mutually exclusive to the other and both are
By Joshua Ransom “All politics are local politics,” Riverside City Council Ward 1 candidate Erin Edwards said at her meet and greet Feb. 24. Edwards is running to help bring diversity and transparency to the local government. Edwards is a blue candidate, but as one attendee said, “There are 2000 shades of blue.” She said
By Diego Lomeli Social media, now more than ever, provides the predominant means of distributing news stories and public opinion. The invention of the smartphone, along with its convenience and timeliness, has made the public resort to one of the laziest methods of staying informed: mindlessly scrolling through a social media feed and accepting tainted