By Aniela Russo A crowd gathered at the steps of the Riverside Historic Courthouse for a pro-police rally Sept. 12. Masks were few and far between as everyone bowed their heads in prayer for law enforcement officers. Demonstrators marched around downtown Riverside, eventually making it to the 14th Street bridge over the 91 freeway, and
Day: September 17, 2020
By Rolinda Espinoza A Moreno Valley College Health Services webinar offered a mindfulness practice and discussed the importance of students caring for their mental health and well-being throughout the academic year. “Pause,” Carlos Carrio, MVC health education specialist, said during the webinar Sept. 9. “Take a few deep breaths.” Mindfulness is defined as a state
By Jose Venegas The Federal Department of Education awarded three grants totaling $3.99 million to Norco College over the next five years. The grant will contribute to Student Support Services for low-income, disabled and first generation students, as well as the development of a new STEM program. Student Support Services at Norco College provide a
By Kyiesha Chavez “Still in mental shock that we might get a moon man,” rapper and actor Colson Baker, otherwise known as Machine Gun Kelly, tweeted July 30 about MTV announcing this year’s Video Music Awards nominees. What made his nomination even more special was that it was for “Best Alternative Video,” a category that
By Joyce Nugent The death of Vanessa Guillen, U.S. Army specialist, has sparked conversations of sexual assault in the military. This prompted the National Military Women Veterans Association of America to host a protest in Temecula on Sept. 5 to demand justice. The campaign, Women Veterans: One Voice, began at Fort Hood in Killeen, Texas
By Keyshonna Simmons We are all fond of the story “Romeo And Juliet” and how they fell in love with each other but could not be together. Their parents would never condone their marriage because of the hatred between the two rival families. Could interracial dating be the same as “Romeo and Juliet” in a
By Daniela Ramirez Athletes at Riverside City College had to completely end their on-campus lives when the pandemic hit, including team practices, meetings and the bonds they had forged with their teammates. Some returned to their hometowns, which meant staying in mental and physical shape on their own. Kathon Crawford, a sophomore shooting guard on
By Stephanie Arenas The 2007 animation film “Ratatouille” left a lasting impression on my childhood. It’s story-driven, cleverly imaginative and most importantly — visually appealing. The scene that stuck with me most was when Anton Ego, a brutal food critic, tastes chef rat Remy’s ratatouille dish, which then transports Ego back to a childhood memory.
By Justin Romeo Amran Yoth Netflix just debuted a controversial French film despite heavy public backlash and calls for the streaming service to be canceled. “Cuties” released Sept. 9, received immense criticism from many across the social media from the start. The film’s trailer features an 11-year-old Muslim girl, Amy (Fathia Youssouf, 14), who defies
By Ashley Hayner As employers gear up for the day inside eating is a thing again, they have a huge problem. The old gang just isn’t interested. With unemployment bringing home $1,200 or more every two weeks consistently, it is no wonder so many people are not returning to work. And I don’t blame them.