“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 […]
The Riverside City College Art Department will host supervising director for Cartoon Network Studios, Benton Connor, to speak at the Digital Library Auditorium Oct. 19 from 3-5 p.m. Connor is […]
An opening reception will be held for Viviflections in the Quad Gallery from Oct. 5-6 at 8:30 p.m. The exhibition will feature work by artists Laurie Hassold and Jamie Sweetman. […]
The Chinese Moon Festival is set to be held Oct. 5 at the Heritage House in Riverside from 6-8 p.m. Attendees will be able to play games, listen to music […]