By Jennipher Vasquez Communities across California have joined forces to safeguard street vendors in the wake of a recent homicide. Lorenzo Perez, 45, worked as a street vendor in Fresno, California. He was approached by an 18-year-old male and shot in the head March 21. The 18-year-old pretended he was going to buy something from
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By Olivia Drobny Words are important. You are reading this newspaper and the words you are reading matter. Words shape arguments, describe emotions, paint mental pictures, show movement. Today in America, we seem to have forgotten that words have meaning. We are an overconfident society that prefers reckless self-righteousness over truth and reality. Our national
When I first heard that Hillary Clinton was writing a memoir about the 2016 elections, my initial response was “For God’s sake, why?”
The University of California, Berkeley—the campus that famously birthed the free speech movement of the 1960s—was once the epicenter of the marketplace of ideas. Now, it has sadly devolved into a center for violent confrontations.
When Jill Stein came to RCC, one might have expected a positive speech about what the country needs and what policies could be implemented to address those needs.
A line stretched several blocks around the Riverside Municipal Auditorium filled with Bernie Sanders supporters and undecided voters in efforts to have the chance to see the Democratic presidential hopeful speak May 24.
Hillary Clinton courted potential voters at UC Riverside on May 24 where she was met by a crowd of nearly 2,000 people that were in attendance to both support and protest Clinton’s message.
Both Democratic nominees, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will make appearances in Riverside on May 24 for separate rallies.
Democratic National Committee marks Clinton for the win, Sanders supporters outraged Written by David Roman It’s strange to think that a committee named for the Democratic processes that entitles every citizen to have a vote, a voice for how things are decided is so keen on doing the exact opposite to its members. But that’s
Protestors are set to rally on the campus of over 100 community colleges and universities across the United States on Nov. 12, pressing for cancellation of all student debt, free tuition at public colleges and a minimum wage of $15 an hour for college campus workers.