Tag: Business

Students elect new leadership for Associated Students of Riverside City College

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

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Tio’s Tacos artist uses scraps to create immersive art for his local Mexican restaurant

By Sayeda Ghazanfar Fascinating figures filled with discarded propane tanks and empty bleach cartons tower above you in a terrifying allure, drawing you in with outstretched arms. A gigantic skeleton rides a bicycle to your left, greeting you with a sinister smile. Up ahead, a massive teepee made entirely out of recycled bottles and concrete

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Entrepreneurs compete at Funding the Big Idea Event

Posted: April 29, 2015 | Updated: May 5, 2015 | Written by Brooke Cary Image courtesy of Joshua Scheide INNOVATION AND BUSINESS: Tom Markel, CEO and founder of Storz Brewing Company, speaks at “Funding the Big Idea” at La Sierra Unversity. Prizes amounting to $40,000 were awarded to winning entrepreneurs at TriTech’s Funding the Big

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Is RCC disaster ready?

When the Zombie apocalypse strikes, can the school handle it? Josa Lamont | News Editor In a world where changes are prevalent and unpredictable, disaster looms around every corner. Despite the imminent dangers, Riverside City College holds class on a sunny fall day like any other day. A teacher drones before a white board in front of a classroom about articles and adjectives, or

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Resource Center runs low on resources

VALERIE OSIER | STAFF WRITER The Resource Center is running alarmingly low on supplies due to an influx this semester in the amount of students utilizing it’s services. The Resource Center, run by Associated Students of Riverside City College, is a place where students who have paid their student fees can get free food and toiletries, no questions asked. The center is especially intended for

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A miss for Miss America?

Dominique Smith | Staff Writer Ellis Island the gateway for many immigrants from 1892 to 1954, has welcomed many diverse cultures and faces that has made this great melting pot what it is today. According to the Miss America pageant website “Miss America is more than just a title. She is a woman who reflects a

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MTSC brought up to Sniff

New buildings pose new problems on camps. (Erick Lopez / Staff Photographer)

Aaliyah Noble Freeny | Staff Writer In an ongoing saga to rectify problems with the environmental quality, chemical odors and acoustic levels in the Math and Science Building, The Board of Trustees and construction teams report significant progress in their August update. Forensic Analytical was contracted to provide a comprehensive report of the issues presented in the Math and Science Building. The report

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