By Elaina Kleven Many Riverside Community College District students are voicing opposition after the Board of Trustees voted on a vaccine and mask mandate on Aug. 10. “Fully or partially vaccinated, you can take classes on-site, in hybrid mode and/or online,” Interim Vice Chancellor of Educational Services and Strategic Planning Jeannie Kim said during the
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By Leo Cabral and Daniel Hernandez All students, staff and faculty will be required to provide proof of vaccination before returning to any Riverside Community College District campuses. The Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees passed a resolution Aug. 10 stating all students and employees must “provide evidence of partially vaccinated status no later
By Jonathan Ramirez Community outcry against local corruption and warehousing inspired a Riverside Community College District graduate to run for a seat on the Moreno Valley City Council. Jorge Zavala, 22, served as the district’s student trustee for the 2019-20 academic year and graduated from Moreno Valley College in June. He has lived in Moreno Valley
By Erik Galicia A new Riverside Community College District student trustee with an extensive platform was chosen with 61% of the votes for the 2020-2021 academic year. Ivan Hess, a Riverside City College student majoring in economics and political science, will assume the role at the end of the spring 2020 semester. In the following
Bill Hedrick defeated Nathan Miller for the Riverside City College Board of Trustee Area 1 position Nov. 8.
Riverside Community College District Board of Trustee member Nathan A. Miller’s resignation from his position as vice president was made public Sept. 26.
The Associated Student Trustee of Riverside Community College District Sammie J. Ayoub is pushing to have a board policy amended in order to give future Student Trustees the ability to have an advisory vote.
The Vice President of the Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees received demands for his resignation Aug. 16 during a Board of Trustees meeting.
A Board of Trustees member resigned from his position with the state Board of Equalization on Aug. 4, after tweeting out an image of a hangman with the words “I’m Ready for Hillary” from the official Twitter account of Riverside’s Republican Party.
Students will now have to agree to the Student Code of Conduct Policy every semester before being able to register for classes.
The Student Code of Conduct Policy encourages students who attend any college in the Riverside Community College District to engage in critical judgement while they go along with their planned studies.