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Have you picked up our latest issue? Here are a few stories by our newest and returning Viewpoints staff! Be sure to check out our website for more & look out for our upcoming issue, Sept. 29!

Riverside committee pushes to go carbon neutral by 2040

Riverside is considering a plan that would have the city reach 100% carbon neutrality by 2040.
The city’s Decarbonization Advisory Group introduced a proposal for a transition to electrical power to the public Aug. 31 at the Riverside Main Library.
The two-phase plan would put the city five years ahead of the state’s carbon reduction goals.
Phase one, if implemented as currently proposed, would take effect January 2023. The first step would require new constructions of low rise buildings, described as any building three stories or fewer, to have all electric appliances, with some exceptions. Current homeowners and business owners will not be affected.

EDITORIAL: Los Angeles high school paper deserves First Amendment right

It is normal to see aspiring journalists questioned while seeking the truth. It is rare, however, to see student-run publications penalized for it.
Daniel Pearl Magnet High School’s journalism adviser, Adriana Chavira, got suspended without pay for publishing a story that named a librarian who refused to comply with the district’s COVID-19 mandate.
Ironically, Daniel Pearl High School was named after an American journalist who was murdered by terrorists for doing his job.
We stand in solidarity with the student journalists and their instructor.

Brother quarterback wide receiver duo breaks records in season opener

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After a heartbreaking loss in the state championship last season, the Riverside City College football team has officially turned the page to this year.
Led by Tom Craft, the team looks to take their season into December in hopes of getting back to the championship game.
That journey kicked off this past weekend with a 59-26 win as RCC toppled Mt. San Jacinto College. The offense looks to once again be electric, but they’re led by a new transfer quarterback from Golden West College, Jake Retzlaff.
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