Disney’s ‘Cruella’ has too much bark but not enough bite

By Tim Nacey Walt Disney Pictures’ latest live-action adventure might very well be the most ambitious movie ever made. It takes one of the studio’s most iconic villains, one whose main goal is to kill and skin a group of dalmatian puppies, and attempts to make her likeable. Whether or not they succeed in this

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Riverside City College celebrates difficult academic year with drive-thru graduation

By Cheetara Piry Students honked their horns and twirled orange and black pom poms to celebrate their graduation at Riverside City College’s first drive-thru ceremony.  Although the COVID-19 pandemic did not allow for the class of 2020 and 2021 to attend a traditional commencement ceremony, students still lined up inside of their cars in a

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The Viewpoints Network Presents: An Interview with Erik Galicia

Our outgoing editor-in-chief, Erik Galicia, stops by on his way to Mizzou for an interview with Viewpoints reporter and host of “The Pop Culture Grab Bag” Tim Nacey. Join us as we say goodbye to one of the driving forces of this paper! FOLLOW TIM NACEY ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Twitter: https://twitter.com/NaceyTim Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/naceytim/ FOLLOW ERIK GALICIA ON

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The Popculture Grab Bag: A Grab Bag of Reviews

Tim is joined by fellow Viewpoints reporter Bianca Macias for a round up of movie reviews: Guy Ritchie’s remake of a French thriller Wrath of Man, the family adventure The Mitchells vs The Machines, a racially charged courtroom drama starring A$AP Rocky and Nas: Monster and the feature continuation of Tim’s new favorite anime: Demon

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Student Sustainability Collective adviser talks strategies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions

By Sigifredo Macias As the world attempts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, some may feel there is no immediate action they can take on the ground level. Preston Galusky, Riverside City College science instructor and Student Sustainability Collective adviser, has some ideas for students who want to do their part. The SSC advocates for sustainability

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Perris train and trolley rides a great way to spend the weekend

By Liv Pearson For over 60 years, the Southern California Railway Museum, formerly the Orange Empire Railway Museum, has been working to keep a bit of electric railway history preserved.  The museum, located in Perris, invites people of all ages to visit its collection of more than 200 streetcars and railway vehicles. It also offers

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SPORTS COLUMN: Olympic softball inspires aspiring female athletes

By Bianca Macias I remember the heartache I felt looking up at the television, tears rolling down my then 12-year-old face, when the umpire called the game on a gloomy Thursday in August 2008 after Team USA and Japan battled for the gold medal in Beijing.  The tears weren’t because Team USA lost. They came

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Red Bull claims victory in Monaco Grand Prix

By Jesus Coronel The Monaco Grand Prix, the first street circuit of the year, made this year’s Formula One championship chase more intense. The rivalry between Mercedes and Red Bull intensified as Mercedes began to increase its lead in the championship in both the Constructors and Drivers categories. During qualifying, it would be Ferrari that

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EDITORIAL: ASRCC and its culture of secrecy

By The Viewpoints Editorial Board When a person pursues a position of power, their constituents demand transparency, whether they be citizens of a nation or students at a higher learning institution. The Associated Students of Riverside City College are the student government. They are supposed to work for their constituents like all government officials in

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