By Erik Galicia A bleak economic forecast was predicted for the state’s Community Colleges during a teleconference with student reporters April 14. “We don’t know how big of an impact […]
By Jennipher Vasquez Youth involvement and activism were emphasized by Teresa Romero, President of the United Farm Workers of America, on March 28 at Riverside City College. “We work on […]
By Clarissa Corral Five Riverside City College alumni met for the Peer Mentor Transfer Panel on March 15 to answer recurring questions that students have about what the transfer process […]
By Patrick Tindall Riverside City College is debuting an update to its outdated class registration system. Touted as “an algorithmic-based student academic planning software for colleges and universities” is […]
By Diego Lomeli Social media, now more than ever, provides the predominant means of distributing news stories and public opinion. The invention of the smartphone, along with its convenience and […]
Campus crimes are a collection of incidents at Riverside City College to provide more information to visitors of the campus.
Together with learning and developing their skills, students have fun and create memories to last a lifetime. This was demonstrated in a special exhibit which was held at the college’s Digital Library and Learning Resource Center.
Riverside Centennial Updates.
THIS JUST IN: A female victim alleged that a male suspect matching the description of a suspicious male from yesterday attempted to rape her in the 1st floor women’s restroom in the Math and Science building on Jan. 15 at approximately 10:30 a.m.
Riverside City College waited until the start of finals week to close Parking Lot B, located in front of the Math and Science building, due to the construction process on the students services building. The parking lot will be closed from Dec. 8, 2014 through April 2016.