The mistake to label white terror as ‘lone wolves’ is common throughout media coverage By Jonathan Van Niel The Charleston Church shooting in South Carolina resulted in the deaths of […]
“It had become too emotionally stressful to the point that I would cry when my mother or sibling dropped me off at school,” Paola Palacios a member on our editorial board said of her experience as a homeless student.
This tagline for Jordan Peele’s “Get Out” brilliantly encapsulates the racial dynamics at play in this chilling social-thriller. In his feature debut as a writer and director, Peele holds a mirror to 21st century America and dismantles the assertion that we live in a post-racial society.
A mass of students from Riverside City College and members the Riverside community gathered March 15 on the steps of the Martin Luther King Jr. building to hear Jill Stein, the Green Party’s presidential candidate for 2012 and 2016, speak.
Viewpoints multi-media editor Geovanny Alcibia-Guzman and multi-media journalist Jonathan Van Niel interview Jill Stein on various topics about the present political agenda.
Valiantly as they tried, the Riverside City College men’s basketball team has been knocked out of the Southern California Regionals after a crushing loss to San Diego City College on March 4.
“He became President of the United States in that moment, period.”
That was CNN’s Van Jones of reaction to President Donald Trump’s speech to Congress on Feb. 28, a sentiment echoed by many of his colleagues on CNN and much of the US media.
Spirits are high as the cast and crew of Performance Riverside’s latest musical “Thoroughly Modern Millie” rehearse for their upcoming show in Riverside City College’s Landis Performing Arts Center.
The Riverside Community College District $18 health fee grants students access to basic medical care and mental health support in the Student Health Center located in the Bradshaw building.
The Riverside City College Feminist club joined the International Women’s Day March in downtown Los Angeles on March 5 which was led by AF3RM, a transnational feminist organization.
People of different genders, sexualities and backgrounds united under one on an overcast day in LA. Among these people were members of RCC’s Feminist Unite club.
The Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees met March 7 to introduce and approve the Support and Protection of Culture and Care resolution.
Students came out from all over the district to place their votes for a new Riverside Community College District student trustee March 8-9.