“She is an amazing person,” Braiman said. “How truly blessed I am to have her as my department chair. The library wouldn’t be the same without her.”
“Almost like a home away from home. A lot of students come here and it’s their safe place or refuge.”
Marquez plead guilty to obtaining and illegally providing rifles to husband and wife Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik, who would later use those weapons during the San Bernardino attack that would kill 14 people and wound 22 others.
Riverside City College will be hosting its annual Veterans Resource Fair in the RCC Bookstore Promenade Nov. 3 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The fair will feature county resources, […]
By Joshua Burciaga The Calvary Presbyterian Church of downtown Riverside participated in the Second Annual Faith Walk for Peace on Oct. 15 to confront and resolve social issues. Prior to […]
Assembly Bill 19 opens up the possibility that California’s community colleges will offer free tuition to all full-time first-year students, regardless of financial need. An action that would cost the state $31 million annually.
By Joshua Burciaga Columbine, Fort Hood, Texas, Tucson, Arizona, Aurora, Sandy Hook, Charleston, San Bernardino, Orlando night club and the Las Vegas massacre. These are some of the few mass […]
By Samantha Bartholomew Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced Sept. 22 that she is rescinding the 2011 Obama Administration guidance which states how schools should handle sexual assault cases under the […]
By Joshua Burciaga The world is getting warmer. Whether one believes it’s man-made or naturally made; regardless, it’s just one of the many things it was made to do. In […]
By Samantha Bartholomew Immigration attorney Rosa Elena Sahagun came to Riverside City College Sept. 28 to discuss the next steps of recipients of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. Within minutes […]