Our Riverside City College District Board of Trustees passed a resolution to declare support for marginalized students, but does it do enough?
With the fear of Donald Trump’s administration undoing Barack Obama’s executive order on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, undocumented students are looking to their college’s administration for help. Our district needs to follow in the steps of SDCCD in caring for those under DACA.
We believe the Electoral College system is outdated and needs to be amended. The sizing of our current Electoral College needs to be re-evaluated to fit the current populations of all the states.
The presidential debates are a joke.
Candidates glaze over policy details, meanwhile most voters are poorly informed when they go to the polls.
Elevators are beneficial to all students at Riverside City College. They provide accessibility for the disabled and others who need assistance to get to and from class with relative ease which would otherwise be impossible. We feel as though the importance of these elevators have been put off no matter how many issues we have printed that have addressed this issue and we are tired of it.
In the past weeks a member of the RCCD Board of Trustees has been under scrutiny by media and members within the district.
The Viewpoints editorial board believes Nathan Miller should face some consequences for his actions.
While civil disobedience has been on the rise due to political disagreements and school mismanagement, protesters lose their narrative when civility collapses.
In a continuation of the never ending “who’s more progressive” race, both California and New York became the first states within the United States to approve a raise in their minimum wages to $15, with California setting the goal by 2021.
Smoking in California isn’t seen as a huge problem, in fact, except for Utah the state has one of the lowest smoking rates in the country. However, best just isn’t good enough for the Golden State
Over 20 countries affected. 4 million predicted to be infected by the end of 2016. Nearly 4,000 infants born suffering from microcephaly in Brazil alone.