By:Leana Padilla Lowriders have been synonymous with Latinx culture in the U.S. This culture has a major impact in the Latinx community in Riverside. Riverside City College, in response to […]
By Stephen Peltz Freshman quarterback Jacob Barlage wins it for Riverside City College with a touchdown pass to wide receiver Giovanni Sanders in the final seconds of the fourth quarter […]
By Jair Ramirez It was another explosive night for sophomore wide receiver Tyler Kennedy, as Riverside City College defeated San Bernardino Valley College 58-37 on Sept. 21 at Wheelock Stadium. […]
Bernie Sanders Sen. Bernie Sanders has cancelled his planned Oct. 3 events after a medical emergency in Nevada Oct. 1. FAFSA […]
Homelessness has been a top priority issue in the United States since the 1980s. Since then, local governments as well as private citizens have attempted to make sense of the issue.
By Silda Martinez A lawsuit filed recently against a detention center in Homestead, Florida — a facility that has been closed, and not housed one migrant since Aug. 3 — […]
How do Riverside City College students feel about the planning and registration program EDUNAV?
Volleyball Riverside City College’s indoor volleyball team have been proving how hard working of a team they are. The women’s team is 7-5. RCCs indoor volleyball team won their […]
By Jonathan Ramirez Similar to Anthony Bourdain and Andrew Zimmern, Joel Barish is a renowned world traveler, but what sets him apart is his mission is to understand international deaf […]
By Diana Cabral
Representation matters. That is what sociology professor Eddie Perez and Associate Professor of Counseling, Patricia Avila, had in mind when they were confronted with what to do in honor of Latinx Heritage Month.