Interviews and photographs by Jonathan Ramirez Correction, in the Nov. 28 print edition of Campus Conversations there was a misprint with the wrong question. This article contains the correct version. […]
The Journalism Department is scheduled to host a panel discussion Jan. 19, to explore what effects Donald Trump’s presidency might have on free speech and higher education.
The Associated Students of Riverside City College senate appointed Leonardo Santiago as the interim ASRCC president during the Nov.9 senate meeting.
Mark Takano, a former Riverside Community College District Board of Trustee, was re-elected to the U.S. Congress on Nov. 8.
Riverside residents departed from a Democratic Watch Party in Riverside on Nov. 8 as President Elect Donald Trump led in the race for President of the United States.
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Six faculty members of schools in the Riverside area held signs that read “Help our children thrive yes on 55” at a press conference held by the Vote Yes on Proposition 55 campaign Oct. 20 in front of the Martin Luther King building at Riverside City College.
A resolution was passed at Riverside City College’s Academic Senate meeting on Sept. 12 in order to display a vote of no confidence for Vice President of Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees Nathan A. Miller.
A line stretched several blocks around the Riverside Municipal Auditorium filled with Bernie Sanders supporters and undecided voters in efforts to have the chance to see the Democratic presidential hopeful speak May 24.
Hillary Clinton courted potential voters at UC Riverside on May 24 where she was met by a crowd of nearly 2,000 people that were in attendance to both support and protest Clinton’s message.