By Benjamin De Leon Behind every culinary masterpiece there lies a story of cultural heritage, Riverside City College Chef Maria Sanjurjo-Casado proves it time and time again with her contribution […]
By Patrick Tindall No, this isn’t your typical day trip to Disneyland or a walk down the infamous Hollywood Walk of Fame. This is an exhibit that doesn’t seek to […]
By Sayeda Ghazanfar Fascinating figures filled with discarded propane tanks and empty bleach cartons tower above you in a terrifying allure, drawing you in with outstretched arms. A gigantic skeleton […]
By Adriana Lopez The annual Dickens Festival took over downtown Riverside on Feb. 23 and 24. The festival’s driving force, Carolyn Grant and Joan Patton, believed Riverside was in need […]
by Karina Gutierrez From private events to the public eye, Ricky Casioce & The Co-Pilots bend the rules and combine genres in this up and coming exclusively instrumental band. Before […]
by Mia Magana Starting out young in football, the goals are set high with the players needing to be a powerhouse of dedication while showing immense devotion to the sport. […]
Being a grounds person is usually connected with un-glamorous thoughts of cleaning up after others and working unsavory hours. Riverside City College Groundsperson Miguel Arias, however, says that his profession actually provides a foundation for school campuses and he is proud to deliver such a vital service.
“She is an amazing person,” Braiman said. “How truly blessed I am to have her as my department chair. The library wouldn’t be the same without her.”
A Vietnamese immigrant who was among the “boat people” is now fulfilling her American dream.
Men with mustaches escorted women in long dresses while children played in the street as bagpipes played loudly in the distance.