Who created Batman? If you were to look at the credits in the old comics or in the movies, you’d tell me it was Bob Kane. But you would be wrong.
The University of California, Berkeley—the campus that famously birthed the free speech movement of the 1960s—was once the epicenter of the marketplace of ideas. Now, it has sadly devolved into a center for violent confrontations.
Californian students struggle just as much as those in New York and San Francisco … where is our relief?
History was made Feb. 7 when San Francisco announced starting next school year city colleges for all California residents living in San Francisco will be implementing free college tuition.
Back in February, President Donald Trump gave a horrifying, yet somewhat professional sounding speech to Congress. Upon hearing his slightly more “presidential” tone, pundits across America promptly rejoiced that he had finally “become president.”
With the recent shooting at North Park Elementary School, we can’t help but wonder if we’re prepared enough for a similar event here at Riverside City College.
Although we have the Rave Guardian app available for students, only about 1,600 students have it downloaded, according to Michael Simmons the Director of Risk Management, Safety and Police.
Bisexuality is a topic not frequently addressed in LGBT movements.
Just mentioning the word “bisexual” makes some people run for the hills.
In the current political climate, everything from political Facebook posts to friends taking part in protests, fill our social media timelines. Having your voice heard is seemingly more important than ever.
My legs wobbled as I sat down near the white powdery line of the soccer field. I slid down my sock as blood gushed down my knee and I quickly wiped it. My body ached and my feet hurt, but I hurried back on the field to the match.
When Jill Stein came to RCC, one might have expected a positive speech about what the country needs and what policies could be implemented to address those needs.
“He became President of the United States in that moment, period.”
That was CNN’s Van Jones of reaction to President Donald Trump’s speech to Congress on Feb. 28, a sentiment echoed by many of his colleagues on CNN and much of the US media.