By Erik Galicia Two weeks after the announcement that the summer term will be completely online, it has been decided remote learning will continue through the fall semester. “Due to requirements for physical and social distancing, there will be no face-to-face only sections offered,” Wolde-Ab Isaac, the Riverside Community College District chancellor, said in an
Student animators and computer programmers joined together on Oct. 27 in the at Riverside City College to listen to Andrew Lee, emerging mobile game developer, speak on animation and programming for games.
Written by: Karla Rodriguez A gumball machine filled with dentures, a portrait of a tooth riding a bicycle, and another one depicted as Saint Mary. These are just a few of the unusual works of art created by Riverside City College alumni Jesus Castaneda. Castaneda debuted his first solo exhibition “Extracted Manifestations” at the Division
FIDLAR, the angsty beach-punk band out of Orange County full of attitude have returned with a sophomore follow up to its self-titled debut that’s still as full of debaucherous kick-ass energy as ever.
Nov. 13, 2014 Tyler Reese Brilliant and artistic does very little to describe the masterpieces the alumni art students of Riverside City College have on display. “Crème de la Crème: Alumni of Distinction” is the first art show of its kind on RCC’s campus. “We’ve been thinking about doing an alumni show for quite awhile,”
Michael Isberto | Staff Writer Oct. 30, 2014 There’s just something special about small independent coffee shops. They have this “je ne sais quoi,” something people can feel in the air. Some of those shops can even feel like home. Augie’s Coffee House is one of those places. “More than just creating drinks for customers,”
Michael Isberto | Staff Writer Oct. 16, 2014 Riverside native Geoff Gouveia is an artist to watch out for, but you won’t find any art pieces signed with that name. As an artist he goes by Wend, which means to proceed or to go in English. Inspired by a graffiti art show in 2010, Gouveia
ALYSSA ALDRETE | ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Memphis May Fire does not believe in rear-view mirrors. The melodic hardcore band, hailing from Dallas, Texas, have been through their fair share of trials and tribulations in the music industry. Having issues with record labels, lineup changes and artistic freedom, on top of the trivial drama that
ALYSSA ALDRETE | A&E EDITOR In the last six years that post-hardcore vocalist Austin Carlile has been around, the man has definitely made a name for himself – or rather, a sound. A sound so distinct that even he may not be able to measure up to it anymore. Carlile, now in his fifth year
Oversexualized with modest criticism Marissa Bostick | Online Editor We live in a world that condemns the flesh of the nontraditionally beautiful. Scantily clad woman grace the covers of magazines on a daily basis and yet when we see the smallest bit of areola elsewhere it’s a national emergency. Someone somewhere at this very moment is being exploited in some way, shape or form