By Patrick Tindall Greasy pizza slices, sad chicken fingers and cold, dead fries. Some students have called it “gas station food,” others have called it flat-out “garbage.” Some students refuse […]
By Diana Cabral Spoken word poetry, rap and beatboxing may simply be seen as hobbies to some, but to RCC and UCR foster youth, it is a way to […]
By Adriana Lopez If you love your city, you should clean your city. The Great American Cleanup is a nationwide event focused on establishing a sense of pride in volunteers […]
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 […]
Deloris Van Carter has always wanted to be the star of her own show but thanks to her ex-lover, it looks as if she will have to make room for the Lord.
Art is a way to escape the mundane realities or the overloaded work schedules in our daily lives.
Since the beginning of the 21st century, Hollywood and cinema have embraced the inclusion of comic book films amongst their blockbuster ranks.
From being homeless to attending one of the best schools for visual and performing arts, Arlene Tomista Antonio makes her second debut in this year’s honor student exhibit.
By Sayeda Ghazanfar Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for the sex, drugs and rock n’ roll trope but this is ridiculous. “The Dirt,” simply puts misogyny and bad […]
By Adriana Lopez Music enthusiasts have been starved for something that feels new and a 17 year old anti-pop star might just be what was needed. Billie Eilish came […]