As a former DC Extended Universe enthusiast, there’s a lot to “unbox” from the DC juggernaut superhero team-up movie.
“South Park Phone Destroyer” was released Nov. 9 for Android and iOS devices it’s a role-playing game where fans can battle with their favorite characters from the series.
Drag queens Trixie Mattel (Brian Michael Firkus) and Katya Zamolodchikova (Brian Joseph McCook) are the first drag queens after RuPaul to have their own televised show.
“I’m glad that Riverside provides this opportunity because there are not many events in the city that represent Latinos,” Moya said.
Being a college student in this day and age embeds stress into our DNA.
By Jayy Mireles Just a mile off campus, there’s a hidden gem in downtown Riverside, that’s available for all Riverside City College students and local foodies. The RCC Culinary Arts […]
By Heidi Dye “Stranger Things,” a series that combines the ‘80s nostalgia, Dungeons and Dragons and just enough science-fiction undertones to please the nerd in all of us. Honestly what […]
Riverside City College’s La Casa program will be putting on a celebration for Dia De Los Muertos on Nov. 1 from 3-6 p.m. in the Bookstore Promenade. Dia De Los […]
By Dae Thomas “I’d like a life hack to juggle time management, to handle work and school simultaneously.” –Hailey Totten This is a really common problem that a lot of […]
By Heidi Dye Well it’s that time again where fans have to say goodbye to the beloved duo Rick and Morty. Don’t worry, as of 2017, “Rick and Morty” has […]