RCC’s homecoming festivities were ready for action, but had few people show up to enjoy them. The RCC Alumni House stood ready for guests with decorations, soda, food and prizes a few hours before the homecoming football game on Oct. 15. Yes, RCC had a homecoming game.
If you’ve been intrigued by the famous “I WANT THE TRUTH!” excerpt from A Few Good Men and enjoy the world of trial and error, then you might be interested in signing up for the RCC Mock Trial team this year.
Homework. Midterms. Finals. Studying. Many, if not all, students get the chills when thinking about additional work and time outside of class, especially for those with jobs, a family and a social life. Unfortunately, students cannot escape these tasks-these burdens-during their college experience.
Born here in Riverside, RCC’s new basketball coach John Smith is “very happy to be here.” Smith graduated from J.W. North high school. He participated in many sports p r o g r a m s : b a s e b a l l , football, track and basketball, of course. He then moved on to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where he played basketball and was injured.
The United Wrestling Council is a wrestling school located in the heart of Riverside, and is now recruiting wrestlers. Presently the wrestling school has 14 wrestlers with overwhelming talent on their roster.
It is likely that every student at RCC is acquainted with the A.G. Paul Quadrangle, and that even a few rarely stray from it, but the Quad that now stands will soon be changed. A new renovation project is under way that will put the Quad out of service for upwards of two years.
A new generation of voters is coming of age in America and politicians ignore it at their peril. Generation Y (young people born between 1977 and 1995) is expected to be as large as the Baby Boomer generation, and when all are of voting age, could be as politically significant.
“Team America: World Police” is everything anyone could possibly expect a film from the makers of “South Park” to be. It is morbid, vulgar and has a complete lack of anything that could resemble political correctness and that’s why it has become a hit. The slight surprise the movie presents is that it is actually a mindless marionette musical with a handful of clever songs.
In the haunted house genre, one white Colonial from Long Island still looms over most of the modern day competition. In the 1979 horror classic “Amityville Horror,” it was this house that provided many of the scares, not a generic madman who wields some sharp implement and has a delusional plot in mind.