Day: November 4, 2019

Riverside City College Hosts Annual Halloween Town

Every year clubs on campus assist in celebrating Halloween with the local community. Parents and their children were invited to participate at Riverside City College’s annual Halloween Town event. The event took place in the Quadrangle on Friday Oct. 25 from 5 – 8 p.m. and is directed toward children ages 11 and under. Several

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Associated Students of Riverside City College Hold Annual Pumpkin Carving Bash

The annual Riverside City College Pumpkin Carving Bash hosted by ASRCC was a graveyard smash. All the clubs that participated include: Above and Beyond, Alpha Gamma Sigma, Animal Alliance, Art Club, Astronomy Club, K Culture Club, Law Society Club, Overflow, Students Orchestrating Change Club, Table Top Enthusiast, Ujima and Universal Gaming Club. This spooky event

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Riverside City College Volleyball Team Loses to Cypress College

The Riverside City College volleyball team made fierce plays on Friday Oct. 25 against the Cypress College Chargers. The Tigers showed promise as they played well together, but ultimately lost. The team’s spirits were still high as they played throughout the game. Only winning two games out of their last four has caused the Tigers

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Riverside City College’s UJIMA leads tours at Historically Black colleges

By Jerome Wong Riverside City College took 27 students on the 5th annual Historically Black College and Universities tour to Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania from Oct. 8-12. The students visited Howard University, Lincoln University, Bowie State University, Hampton University and Norfolk State University over the course of five days sponsored by the RCC

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Riverside City College’s quarterback tandem dominates

By Stephen Peltz and Daniel Hernandez Riverside City College started week six slow and sloppy, but turned around to defeat Grossmont College in dominant fashion 55-12. The first quarter was highlighted by penalties and turnovers by the Tigers. The first turnover came from Mike Irwin, the sophomore quarterback, who fumbled the ball resulting in a

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Riverside City College’s drag show canceled, breaks tradition

By Clarissa Corral Riverside City College students missed out on what would have been a dramatic and fun display with the cancellation of  this semester’s bi-annual drag show, organized by the Sexuality and Gender Acceptance Club. Formally known as the Gender and Sexuality Awareness Club, SAGA was unable to put together a drag show this

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