By Arsal Asif After finding the Riverside Community College District did not offer Asian representation in its race and ethnic relations courses, a group of students took it upon themselves to attempt to get the curriculum amended. The Asian Pacific Student Union (APSU) was formed in light of the recent rise in anti-Asian hate crimes.
Tag: Club Rush
By Alyssa Aldrete In the old days, the start of the fall semester at Riverside City College meant Terracina Drive would be lined with white canopies, colorful posters, and pop-up tables covered in flyers and sign-up sheets. Curious mingling freshmen and returning students would surround these tables, all with one question in common: “Which club
An inside look on just a few of the many active clubs on Riverside City Colleges campus.
Terracina drive, the main street that snakes its way through the Riverside City College campus was lined from head to tail with easy-ups from noon to 2:00p.m.
Written by Hector M. Zermeno The Inter-Club Council is hosting Club Rush for the spring semester March 2 and March 3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Terracina Drive at Riverside City College. Club Rush is an opportunity to introduce new and returning students to a variety clubs available on campus. Each participating club
Posted: September 15, 2015 | Written by: Tyler Reese Hundreds of Riverside City College students were swarming around easy-ups for the bi-annual Club Rush event which took place on Sept. 8-9. Day one of Club Rush consisted of a scorching summer sun and bewildered freshman roaming a busy Terracina Drive covered with various club representatives
Posted: March 11, 2015 | Written by Aja Sanders Hopeful club members filled the campus quad at Riverside City College for the Spring 2015 Club Rush event as they passed out goodies and flyers with encouraging words. Clubs aspire to make collaborative efforts and raise awareness among the college’s student body. There are several clubs
Posted: March 11, 2015 | Written by Austin McVey Riverside City College students took Club Rush by storm March 3 and 4. Active Minds was seen promoting their club and showing students what it means to talk openly about mental health. With 426 chapters in the United States and Canada, RCC’s Active Minds is among
Clubs on the campus of Riverside City College gathered for the 2014 Club Rush event on March 4-5. Students had a chance to learn about each club and ask club members questions. Members of the Viewpoints’ staff went to check in on the event.