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Students recognized with awards and scholarships at the Student Achievement Celebration

Posted: June 8, 2015 | Written by Crystal Olmedo Students lined up in the Bradshaw Building at Riverside City College to receive recognition for their efforts and dedication to their pursuit of education at the Student of Achievement Celebration June 8 at 5.pm. RCC’s Guitar Ensemble set an inviting tone as award recipients and guests

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SmartRiverside Bridges the digital divide

Published Nov. 24, 2014 Joshua Wilson | Staff Writer With the rapid growth of technology in Southern California, the forward-thinking SmartRiverside organization ventures to prove to be a valuable asset to the city’s technological expansion and to the community. SmartRiverside is a non-profit organization that includes several programs with the focus of bringing Riverside residents

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WebAdvisor is ready to get a makeover

Andrea Stewart | Staff Writer Oct. 16, 2014 It is estimated that students in the Riverside Community College District will no longer have difficulties registering for classes or be forever locked out of student email if they lost their password as soon as fall 2015. Funded by a grant that must be used by 2016,

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RCC clubs get their hands dirty slashing pumpkins for cash

Steven Smith | Staff Writer Oct. 30, 2014 People from clubs all over campus came to compete in the Riverside City College pumpkin carving competition as part of  the Halloween Town event. Halloween Town is an annual event, this year on Oct. 24, organized by Associated Students of RCC where over 600 children come to

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Mariachi Festival shakes Riverside with grammy winning performers

Oct. 1, 2014 Luis Solis | Photo Editor The Riverside Mariachi Festival grew to be one of the biggest mariachi festivals in Southern California among mariachi music fans since it started in 2005. The festival held in Fairmount Park every year features well known bands throughout Mexico such as Mariachi Monumental, Mariachi Espectacular de Beto

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Deaf Week kick off event makes some noise at Hunter Hobby Park

Treva Flores | Staff Writer Sept. 30, 2014 Immediately upon arriving at Hunter Hobby Park, a loud burst of music could be heard as children and adults participated in this special Sept. 21 event. Over the noise, people gestured wildly, but people still couldn’t hear each other. It was the Deaf Week kick-off event. Many

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Moon Festival leaves attendees in the dark

Shamir Aleem | Staff Writer Sept. 18, 2014 The Riverside Chinese Moon Festival’s unannounced cancellation left families angered Sept. 7. The special event was scheduled to take place outdoors at the Riverside Metropolitan Museum Heritage House. RMM officials were forced to cancel the special event without rescheduling due to prospects of poor weather conditions. Many

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