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.
A resurgence of American democracy, mostly by youth, has gripped the country.
More often than not, emergencies occur that may test the college’s ability or inability to respond to and alert students of any impending danger.
With Obama-era net neutrality protections set to expire April 23, Rep. Mark Takano hosted a forum alongside Federal Communications Commissioner Mignon Clyburn on March 27 in the Digital Library Auditorium.
One common theme often mentioned to students seeking career advice is the need to be adaptable.