By Isabel Whitsett Riverside City College student government and faculty have mixed emotions about returning to in-person classes. Online education statistics indicated 97% of higher education institutions had moved a majority of their classes online as of June 2020 due to COVID-19. Although the decision was meant to ensure safety, 63% of undergraduate college attendees
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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
By Rossana Martinez The student body elected a new president and vice president May 14. Samantha Coffland will serve as president of the Associated Students of Riverside City College and Shuana Kim will serve as vice president of ASRCC next year. Coffland, a microbiology major whose goal is to become a pediatric intensivist, began participating
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
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
The Associated Students of Riverside City College senate appointed Leonardo Santiago as the interim ASRCC president during the Nov.9 senate meeting.
The Associated Students of Riverside City College hosted a Welcome Back Pool Party for Riverside City College students on Sep. 9.
Promoting mental health and awareness Active minds held a health fair near the Quad at Riverside City College from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m.