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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By Daniel Hernandez The Associated Students of Riverside City College hosted a virtual town hall that gave students an opportunity to question the candidates running in a special election. The ASRCC Supreme Court decided to hold a special election after the initial election May 12-13 failed to gather the minimum 100 votes required by ASRCC’s
By Leo Cabral The Associated Students of Riverside City College Supreme Court decided to hold a special election for president and vice president starting with an open forum May 24 from 12-1 p.m. The public forum will take place over Zoom and Instagram Live. According to its bylaws, a special election is necessary because not
By Leo Cabral As COVID-19 cases have surged and fallen in the last year, and as the virus mutates, the state has experienced shutdowns, soft re-openings and indefinitely delayed in-person events. Since California returned to its Blueprint for a Safer Economy system of re-opening Jan. 25, the Riverside Community College District’s Safe Return Task Force
By Daniel Hernandez Make some space on your cell phone’s storage because a new way to engage with Riverside City College’s student government is under construction. The Associated Students of Riverside City College’s executive cabinet voted in favor of creating an app after they experienced difficulties updating their page on the new RCC website. ASRCC
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
The Associated Students of Riverside City College senate appointed Leonardo Santiago as the interim ASRCC president during the Nov.9 senate meeting.
Associated Students of Riverside City College’s President Nigel Item and ASRCC Vice President Lynn Smith resigned from their respective positions.
Associated Students of Riverside City College will be holding elections for the positions of senators, president and Vice President May 10-11 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 4 to 6 p.m. in the student government office located behind the Bradshaw Building.
Presidential vote and Senate vote results Nicholle Salvatierra | Staff Writer May, 15, 2014 ASRCC elections experienced a record-breaking voter turnout May 6-7. This election rallied 642 total votes, a large improvement from the last year’s student trustee election, which had only 15 participants. What made this election different was the addition of an online