By Daniel Hernandez Make some space on your cell phone’s storage because a new way to engage with Riverside City College’s student government is under construction. The Associated Students of Riverside City College’s executive cabinet voted in favor of creating an app after they experienced difficulties updating their page on the new RCC website. ASRCC
By Neyra Rodriguez The Associated Students of Riverside City College hosted a free turkey dinner giveaway to RCC students who had paid their student services fees for the semester. The turkey dinner intended to provide a meal for students in need on Thanksgiving day. Students who received the aid expressed gratitude for the help. “These
By Erik Galicia Student leaders have created a pandemic stimulus fund available to all Riverside City College students after federal guidance on the distribution excluded all students who are ineligible for FAFSA. These restrictions left Nathalie Ntwali, a first semester RCC international student, feeling uncertain about her academic future. “If I’m not able to pay
By Erik Galicia As the world crisis empties grocery store shelves and cuts work hours, the fear of not getting enough to eat grows. The Riverside City College Office of Student Life gave away hundreds of bags of food to students on March 18 in an effort to cut the mounting stress of the COVID-19
By Jennifer Rosales The Associated Students of Riverside City College President Angel Contreras discussed possible parking reform during the State of the Students forum held in the Charles A. Kane Building on Feb. 27. According to Contreras, surveys conducted at the beginning of last semester determined that lack of parking was negatively impacting students. “I’ve
By Leo Cabral Correction: The print version of this story stated that the garden was started in 2013. What began as a student-led communal garden in 2012 has been declared an academic site and is now under the direction of Life Sciences instructor Virginia White. “This space is now an academic space that’s run through
Every year clubs on campus assist in celebrating Halloween with the local community. Parents and their children were invited to participate at Riverside City College’s annual Halloween Town event. The event took place in the Quadrangle on Friday Oct. 25 from 5 – 8 p.m. and is directed toward children ages 11 and under. Several
The annual Riverside City College Pumpkin Carving Bash hosted by ASRCC was a graveyard smash. All the clubs that participated include: Above and Beyond, Alpha Gamma Sigma, Animal Alliance, Art Club, Astronomy Club, K Culture Club, Law Society Club, Overflow, Students Orchestrating Change Club, Table Top Enthusiast, Ujima and Universal Gaming Club. This spooky event
Students elected a new president and vice president of Associated Students of Riverside City College, as well as the District’s student trustee for the 2017-2018 school year May 2-3.
Clay Club Bowl Sale by the Associated Students of Riverside City College is scheduled outside the Landis Promenade on Dec. 7 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.