By Leana Padilla Actress Qurrat Ann Kadwani performed her one woman play “INTRUSION” at Riverside City College on Sept. 11. Kadwani took on the roles of eight different characters throughout the production. She displays an American utopian society where the eradication of rape is found in a rift when one woman becomes the first to come forward in
Month: September 2019
By Stephen Peltz Riverside City College’s defense held Fullerton College to just seven points Sept. 14, making big plays on third downs and in the red zone. The special teams of RCC also shined the whole game, blocking two field goals, recovering a botched punt, and coming up big in the punting game. Penalties —
Erik Galicia Riverside Community College District Chancellor Wolde-Ab Isaac held an open forum to discuss the 2019-2024 District Strategic Plan at Riverside City College on Aug. 30. Isaac briefly detailed the district’s plan to tackle student homelessness with a downtown housing facility funded by the city of Riverside. The district’s approach toward student homelessness was
By Erik Galicia The wreckage of our pasts can in some cases create unjust barriers that stifle our potential for the future. The Transitioning Minds club of Riverside City College is working to break down those barriers for students who have done their time. The club paired up with UC Riverside’s Underground Scholars Initiative to
Patricia Lock Dawson, a Riverside Unified School District board member since 2011, announced Sept. 4, that she’s running for mayor.
Prosecutors have identified and charged Mohammad Sameem Yaqubi, 23, with making a false bomb threat at Cerritos College on Sept. 3.
Andy Melendrez, who’s served on the Riverside City Council since 2006, announced Sept. 3 that he will run for mayor.