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Month: May 2020
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By Saida Maalin Norco College student musicians and alumni hosted a five hour virtual concert for the community on May 22. The concert featured 21 Norco music students who played genres ranging from country, hiphop, folk, metal, rock and alternative. Featured artists included Kalie Jade, Damian Navarro, Farris, Emma Dark, Just Crystal and Old Scores,
By Chloe Hunter The spectacle of professional wrestling is rife with colorful ring gear and exaggerated moves that require skill along with peak physical conditioning from its performers. The energy within the crowd prompts boisterous outbursts from participants and fans alike. All of this by itself is a show, but behind the scenes a careful,
Daniel Hernandez My first two years at Riverside City College were absolutely miserable. However, I don’t blame the college or the faculty members for my feelings of disenfranchisement. .I was miserable because I was lonely. In high school I only had two close friends. I met both of these life long friends in middle school
By Leo Cabral I tried several times to find a place to fit in at Riverside City College with little success until I found Viewpoints. I joined clubs and coalitions throughout the campus in search of something. I was not entirely certain what I was looking for. Comradery, solidarity or maybe a purpose. The positions
The class of 2020 will have to attend their commencement ceremonies online at almost all colleges and universities due to COVID-19 safety regulations, including Riverside City College. It is unfortunate that an entire graduating class has to celebrate this event that is meant to be in person through a screen. However, no matter the circumstances,
By Stephanie Arenas Director and screenwriter Alice Wu brought in a fresh and influential twist with a common trope in her new movie “The Half of It.” Based on the 1897 play “Cyrano de Bergerac” by Edmond Rostrand, “The Half of It” is a coming of age film based on the simple premise of friendship
By Angel Pena I was shocked when I was appointed editor-in-chief of Viewpoints at the end of the spring 2019 semester. Emotions ran through my body and I was certain someone had made a mistake. I soon realized that regardless of what I felt, the future of the Viewpoints newspaper rested in my hands.
By Saida Maalin Riverside City College announced Roryana Bowman, President of Ujima Club, as the Student Commencement Speaker for the graduating class of 2020. “Her character and discipline to commitment, self improvement and community service is impeccable,” said Kweku Williams, an RCC anthropology instructor. Bowman is the first speaker in RCC’s history to be sent