By Erik Galicia Already reeling from financial insecurity due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Riverside City College student Anthony Jardillier wondered how he would navigate the uncertainty caused by a new […]
By Leo Cabral As protests against police brutality continue across the nation, hundreds gathered in solidarity at the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial statue outside the Riverside County Administration […]
By Erik Galicia Thousands filled the streets of downtown Riverside on June 1 to protest the death of George Floyd, a Black man who died at the hands of a […]
Photos by Angel Pena By Erik Galicia Feelings of financial desperation and theories of a coming fascist government hit the streets of Riverside on April 25. Dozens converged on downtown, […]
Senator Bernie Sanders stops in Moreno Valley Ca for a campaign rally on Dec. 20. He speaks about the Green New Deal and other reforms he plans to make if […]
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.
The Dec. 2 terrorist attack in San Bernardino at the Inland Regional Center has now been given a global platform as Apple has stated its opposition to an order by a California judge to unlock an iPhone operated by Syed Rizwan Farook, a shooter in the act along with his wife, Tafsheen Malik.
Enrique Marquez admitted that he was making plans along with Syed Farook, the gunman from the San Bernardino Shooting on Dec. 2, to attack the cafeteria or library at Riverside City College, according to the U.S. Attorney
San Bernardino Valley College, a community college in the city of San Bernardino which is much like Riverside City College, was closed Monday evening following a bomb threat.
A connection to a former Riverside City College student has been made in the Dec. 2 shootings at Inland Regional Center located in San Bernardino that resulted in the killing of 14 people and the injury of 21.