Board of Trustees discuss curriculum changes and decrease in full time enrollment rates

By Andrea Mendez The Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees discussed plans for future solar energy implementation, curriculum changes and updates on full time student enrollment on Oct. 5. This semester’s enrollment updates, presented by associate vice chancellor, educational services & institutional effectiveness, Lijuan Zhai, showcased how RCCD enrollment rates dropped 27.6% between fall

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District plans to install solar panels throughout its three campuses

By Jennipher Vasquez The Riverside Community College District is working to install solar panels for all three of its campuses by April of 2024.  RCCD’s Board of Trustees were first introduced to the project in December 2020 and received a full financial analysis of feasibility earlier this year. The district is now in the procurement

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RCC men’s basketball prepares for upcoming season

By Jesus Coronel The last time the Tigers’ basketball team took the court, it was in the third round of the California Community College Athletic Association Southern Regional Tournament. Then the pandemic ended all athletic activity. The team won the Orange Empire Conference tournament that year, propelling it to the regional tournament. An exhibition game

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RERUN SHUFFLE 07: Goosebumps 1×01-02 -“The Haunted Mask”

Viewpoints editor-in-chief Leo Cabral and multimedia editor Tim Nacey wish R.L. Stine a belated 78th birthday in this week’s Rerun Shuffle. Goosebumps’ “The Haunted Mask” parts one and two follow a timid young girl named Carly Beth Caldwell who uses a mask to get revenge on two boys who relentlessly bully her at school, losing

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Field of View 07: Debates and Changes

Click here to listen on Anchor. Episode Description Field of View is back. Brian and Jesus are here to deliver the latest news from the sports world. The MLB Post-season has begun, and we discuss which teams are in the best contention for the World Series, the latest results from the F1 Turkish Grand Prix,

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RERUN SHUFFLE 06: The Simpsons 6×06 -“Treehouse of Horror V”

Leo and Tim start Halloween month off right by revisiting one of The Simpsons’ best “Treehouse of Horror” episodes, one featuring: Homer going on a murderous rampage, a time-traveling toaster, and a school cafeteria with a horrifying secret. Does it stand the test of time or should we bury it in a shallow grave? Listen

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Campus Conversations: RCC and mental health

Interviews by Kelsey Olarte, Photography by Natasha Morrison Question: How understanding and supportive is Riverside City College’s faculty and staff of students’ mental health? “I see they advocate mental health a lot on their social media. In my opinion, I think that our school is supportive, and they try to provide help to students when

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Editor’s picks: Most anticipated films to come in 2021

By William L.G. Stephens   “Dune” Release: Oct. 22  It has been 36 years since David Lynch’s film adaptation of Frank Herbert’s classic sci-fi novel “Dune” was released. Although Lynch’s adaptation has gained a cult following, fans of the novel have only wondered what could have been. “Dune” 2021 covers the first half of Herbert’s novel

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Game Review: ‘Eastward’ a wonder to behold, leaves much to be desired

By Diego Lomeli Upon starting up the application, followed by the opening credits and the typical health advisory found in every modern video game ever made, a fantastically well animated two-minute film shows us everything that “Eastward” has in store. A man and his adopted daughter make their way through a post-apocalyptic world after being

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