By Erik Galicia “When I was a teenager I was being sexually harassed,” said Hermila “Mily” Treviño- Sauceda, executive director and co-founder of the Alianza Nacional de Campesinas. “At the […]
By Kenia Marrufo Many people don’t listen to the early signs of suicide. Many don’t care to speak about it. The truth is some don’t care until it’s too late. […]
The Riverside City College women’s tennis team won its seventh game in the Orange Empire Conference play against Fullerton College Mar. 26 and followed up with their 14th seasonal victory against Glendale College.
The grueling California drought is seemingly over. However, water conservation is still an important topic that should not be brushed to the side in light of this news.
“An Outopia for Pigeons” The Gestalt Theatre Project presents the west coast Premiere of “An Outopia for Pigeons.” Join Martha, the last pigeon on Earth, a sperm whale named Charles […]
Falafel meatless tacos, enriched spicy buffalo cauliflower wings and dairy-free treats had a surprisingly delicious taste at the first ever Inland Empire Vegan Festival.
src=”https://viewpointsonline.files.wordpress.com/2019/04/img_0440.jpg” alt=”IMG_0440″ width=”4000″ height=”2000″ />They are cute, non-judgemental, they listen and get children eager to read. What more can you want?
By Jair Rodriguez The Riverside City College softball team has won 10 out of their last 13 games, and leading the way is sophomore sensation from Escondido, infielder Karter Williams. […]