Today is the deadline to register to vote in next month’s California primary election. California residents must register today before the midnight deadline. The United States recently ranked 139 of […]
A Riverside City College student has reportedly tested positive for tuberculosis, according to the Riverside Department of Public Health.
By Samantha Bartholomew Riverside Community College District Chancellor Wolde-Ab Isaac was honored by NAACP Riverside at its 76th Annual Freedom Fund Gala on May 3 for his contributions to education. The […]
The Parking Services Office, located on the fifth level of the parking structure, will be closed until further notice.
Riverside City College will be hosting a blood drive May 2 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. At the start of a donations, participants must complete a brief questionnaire about […]
By: Samantha Bartholomew After a year-long bidding debate, Follett Higher Education is set to replace Barnes and Noble as the district’s bookstore operator. Barnes and Noble and Follett Higher Education […]
By Joshua Burciaga Every school has a duty to provide a learning environment that is both safe and sound, but this oath hasn’t been less honored at Riverside City College’s […]
To honor Autism Awareness Month, Riverside City College’s Diversity and Equity Committee will be hosting an autism awareness presentation, featuring Aaron Likens. Likens, author of “Finding Kansas: Decoding the enigma […]
EOPS will be accepting applications for Fall 2018 from May 15 to June 6. EOPS, or Extended Opportunity Programs and Services, is a student support program implemented and funded by […]
The sound of guest band Mariachi Primera Generacion echoed throughout Riverside City College during the opening of the faculty-led event held in honor of Cesar Chavez on March 29.