Riverside City College students David Gonzalez-Roman and Fabian Hinojosa join the RCC Gaming club and RCC Super Smash club in hosting Project 0 Homeless.
Terracina drive, the main street that snakes its way through the Riverside City College campus was lined from head to tail with easy-ups from noon to 2:00p.m.
The Inter Club Council is hosting a Welcome Back Festival March 4 from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. on Terracina Drive at Riverside City College.
Written by Hector M. Zermeno The Inter-Club Council is hosting Club Rush for the spring semester March 2 and March 3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Terracina Drive […]
Posted: March 11, 2015 | Written by Austin McVey Riverside City College students took Club Rush by storm March 3 and 4. Active Minds was seen promoting their club and […]
Oct. 1, 2014 Photo Illustration by Michael Walter | Assistant Photo Editor Article by Shamir Aleem | Staff Writer The Gender and Sexuality Awareness Club at Riverside City College anticipates […]
Amina Samreen Salahuddin | Asst. Features Editor May 29, 2014 According to Islam, the god Allah is “one but his names are many.” This is the belief that Muslims hold on to, […]
Edith Noriega | Staff Writer May 29, 2014 Start your engines! The Auto Club set its gear into drive at Riverside City College encouraging student involvement in the automotive program and […]
Edith Noriega | Staff Writer May 15, 2014 Riverside City College Marching Tigers jumped into tune celebrating their thirtieth anniversary, performing for the opening ceremonies for the USA Water Polo Championships […]
JASMINE RAMIREZ | STAFF WRITER A challenge many veterans face is getting the help they need when returning home, many of which are academic. Whether it’s finding a job […]