Day: April 6, 2021

NFTs bring digital artists safer source of income

TO BID ON THIS NON-FUNGIBLE TOKEN, CLICK ON THE BUTTON: By Timothy Lewis  The art world at large is in a stirred presence after the sale of a Non-Fungible Token made by digital artist “Beeple.” for a whopping $69 million March 11. Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) are currently taking the creative and crypto world by storm. Similar

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RCC administrators discuss reopening plans during student forum

By Erik Galicia Administrators reiterated details of the Riverside Community College District’s campus reopening plans during an open forum with over 70 students. The district recently announced plans to return to in-person instruction during the fall 2021 semester in a pre-pandemic manner: 80% of courses in person and 20% online. Gov. Gavin Newsom announced April

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College organizations host webinar addressing allyship towards AAPI community

By Jessica Lopez Three college-based organizations came together with a message of allyship in response to the recent spikes of violence against the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.  The webinar titled “Silence is Violence: Unpacking and Addressing Anti-AAPI Violence” was presented through Zoom March 27. It had participants from organizations such as the Asian

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Communities across California unite to protect street vendors

By Jennipher Vasquez Communities across California have joined forces to safeguard street vendors in the wake of a recent homicide.  Lorenzo Perez, 45, worked as a street vendor in Fresno, California. He was approached by an 18-year-old male and shot in the head March 21.  The 18-year-old pretended he was going to buy something from

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