By Sigifredo Macias Being in quarantine now for a year makes you wonder if you should really spend $29.99 to watch an animated Disney movie. And the answer is yes, if you have kids. If you don’t have kids, even better. Although not the perfect Disney movie, “Raya and the Last Dragon” is an interesting
Art and photography students received recognition among fellow students, faculty and family members at a reception and award ceremony hosted by the Art Department May 5.
Roughly 100 attendees surrounded artworks that clustered the walls and rested atop white pedestals in the Riverside City College Quad Art Gallery.
Josa Lamont | News editor June 12, 2014 MOVIE RATING: 4.5 stars out of 5 Themes like “people don’t change,” “altruism through leadership” and “good conquers evil” are supposed to be passe to people of maturity, but despite traditions, “How to Train your Dragon 2” gives youth to old ideas. An animated movie preaches to children
RAFAEL RIOS | STAFF WRITER “Excelsior!” the crowd replies to comic book legend Stan Lee’s catch phrase, as he speaks to all super hero enthusiasts. Stan Lee’s “Comikaze” attracted thousands of comic book and sci-fi fans, which ran from Nov. 1-3, for the conventions third year. Coming a long way since it’s first year, the pop-culture