Category: Features

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Nobody’ dad breaks bad

By Alyssa Aldrete Bob Odenkirk has taken a beat down for the last 11 years. After several stints in the sketch comedy world during the late ’80s and early ’90s, Odenkirk struck gold in 2009 with his Emmy-nominated character Saul Goodman, a shifty lawyer that often finds himself at the brunt end of violence, courtesy

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MOVIE REVIEW: Snyder’s ‘Justice League’ redeems DC Universe

By Tyrese Blue Zack Snyder’s “Justice League” premiered on streaming platform HBO Max on March 18, including two hours of footage not included in the film’s theatrical release. The extra scenes enhance the movie’s quality and make it a must-see version of the original.   After watching and analyzing both films, I can say that the

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Norco College graduate heads to Harvard Law School

By Bianca Macias If you’ve ever felt the dreams you possess are out of your reach as a community college student, or as a student from a minority group, Saeed Ahmad’s heartening story just debunked any theory that suggested your doubts.  Ahmad, 22, was born into a proud Pakistani lineage and speaks his native language

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RCC club calls for more women’s recognition

By Isabel Whitsett The Women in Cybersecurity Club at Riverside City College, also known as WiCyS, stepped forward to share its perspective on equality for women in honor of Women’s History month. Saem Lee, president of WiCyS Student Chapter, shared her experience at RCC.  “Our campus is very welcoming and is a place for all

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RCC restaurant looks forward to relaxed regulations

By Timothy Lewis In the heart of downtown, there is a restaurant run by Riverside City College faculty and students that not only offers an education in culinary arts, but also a full-service open to the public. The RCC Culinary Academy restaurant is located on Market Street, and provides students with professional experience and offers

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SERIES REVIEW: ‘The Innocents’ is underrated

By Ashley Hayner Craving a new series to watch on Netflix but feeling like you’ve watched everything twice over at this point? Netflix has a great way of helping viewers to watch certain movies of interest by displaying the compatibility rating in the top left corner.  This symbolizes that the movie you are previewing is

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The elusive ‘Firefall’ returns to Yosemite Valley

By Angel Pena After my first failed attempt at capturing “Firefall,” I spent an entire year contemplating on how I would pull this shot off. Fast forward one year and I found myself there again, ready to settle the score. Nestled between the Sierra Nevadas lies Yosemite Valley, a valley known for its majestic waterfalls,

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City of Riverside approves bonds for St. Michael’s Project

By Erik Galicia The development of apartments meant to aid homeless people and low-income families took a step forward March 2 as the Riverside City Council approved bonds of up to $15 million for the project. The St. Michael’s Project, a 50-unit permanent supportive housing building set for construction on St. Michael’s Episcopal Church property

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Death of Ernie Serrano in police custody sparks reflection on life

By Erik Galicia Ernie Serrano died like countless others have in police custody. He stopped breathing Dec. 15 in a Rubidoux Stater Bros. after a lengthy struggle with Riverside County Sheriff’s deputies. But to the Serrano Family, he was more than the man who gasped his final breaths at 33 years old on a market

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