Tag: Angel Contreras

ASRCC president resigns, vice president steps up

Correction: In a previous version of this story, we referred to the ASRCC vice president as Shauna Kimm and the former ASRCC president as Angel Conteras. The story has been updated with their correct last names, Kim and Contreras. By Chloe Hunter The head of student government at Riverside City College has resigned after only

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Riverside City College student government creates stimulus fund

By Erik Galicia Student leaders have created a pandemic stimulus fund available to all Riverside City College students after federal guidance on the distribution excluded all students who are ineligible for FAFSA. These restrictions left Nathalie Ntwali, a first semester RCC international student, feeling uncertain about her academic future.  “If I’m not able to pay

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Riverside City College student Claudia Lucrey, 29, dies in crash

By Saida Maalin Claudia Cloud Lucrey, a beloved leader, friend and all around inspiration for many at Riverside City College passed away in a motorcycle collision March 10. She was 29 years old. Lucrey was the vice president of the Sexuality and Gender Acceptance Club for two semesters. Her partner of two years, Gabriela Mena,

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Riverside City College Food Pantry offers grab-and-go groceries to students during first week of campus shutdown

By Erik Galicia As the world crisis empties grocery store shelves and cuts work hours, the fear of not getting enough to eat grows. The Riverside City College Office of Student Life gave away hundreds of bags of food to students on March 18 in an effort to cut the mounting stress of the COVID-19

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Associated Students of Riverside City College address parking, EBT and registration

By Jennifer Rosales The Associated Students of Riverside City College President Angel Contreras discussed possible parking reform during the State of the Students forum held in the Charles A. Kane Building on Feb. 27. According to Contreras, surveys conducted at the beginning of last semester determined that lack of parking was negatively impacting students. “I’ve

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