Tag: Clarissa Corral

The ‘SAGA’ continues at Riverside City College

By: Clarissa Corral The Sexuality and Gender Acceptance Club’s drag show was cancelled this semester for the first time in the event’s six year history due to disorganization and lack of funding by the club. They were unable to book certain drag performers and failed to pay the required fees in order for them to

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Riverside’s annual tamale festival gives people a reason to party

By Clarissa Corral In celebration of the Inland Empire’s Hispanic heritage, Downtown Riverside was the host for the seventh annual Riverside Tamale Festival at White Park on April 13. The Riverside Tamale Festival was filled with lots of food vendors, a beer garden, entertainment, music and of course plenty of tamales. The Riverside Tamale Festival

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Former Riverside City College students recalled their transfer experiences at transfer panel

By Clarissa Corral Five Riverside City College alumni met for the Peer Mentor Transfer Panel on March 15 to answer recurring questions that students have about what the transfer process is like at RCC. Panel members pushed the idea of being responsible for your education, being informed and being prepared before, after and during the

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Opinion: UC Irvine incident questions #MeToo movement

By Clarissa Corral UC Irvine professor Francisco J. Ayala evolutionary geneticist and molecular biologist, has resigned and been banished entirely from the university. Four acts of sexual misconduct in the workplace were formally filed against him by Chair Kathleen Treseder, professor Jessica Pratt,  assistant dean Benedicte Shipley, and graduate student Michelle Herrera. All of these women came

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