Adriana Lopez There is a sizable community of art enthusiasts within Riverside and many curious people willing to learn a new craft. This community has provided Chelsea Franzer and Chris Perez with a clientele that is making their small business a success. Their business, The Paint Sesh, is based in Riverside and offers people
Riverside City Colleges CTE Employment Placement and Career Center will be hosting a Job & Career Fair May 13 from 10a.m. – 1p.m. in the quadrangle.
Cool, crisp air and dew-drizzled dirt welcomes garden workers at the start of their 7 a.m. shifts tending the community garden at Riverside City College.
Published: March 12, 2015 | Posted: March 16, 2015 | Written by Dominique Redfearn “Community” is finally back on the small screen. No, not on it’s usual network of NBC but on a smaller screen, our computers. Due to low ratings the sitcom was cancelled in May 2014. After initially struggling to find another platform
00:00:20 – Fight at the Digital Library 00:06:20 – Student elections and Doug Figueroa 00:18:56 – ASRCC takes to Facebook 00:37:04 – Iron Man 3 and superhero movies 00:59:45 – Math and Science building potentially making students sick 01:04:04 – Cordyceps fungi infects humans… in The Last of Us 01:07:00 – Mugging on campus DOWNLOAD:
By James Williams | Staff Editor The chancellor of the Riverside Community College District Gregory Gray has accepted a job offer in Connecticut. Gray received an official offer on May 1. He has already accepted the offer and signed the contract. Gray will leave on July 1. Gray was named as a finalist for president
By Amanda Arroway | News Editor Cynthia Azari, president of Riverside City College, sent an email April 6 to the faculty mailing list alerting the faculty of the situation occurring at the Math and Science Building. For approximately the last eight months, the building has been experiencing odors that faculty and staff describe as solvent or sulfur-like. Faculty, staff and students have also reported feeling
By Amanda Arroway | News Editor At the Associated Students of Riverside City College election forum April 18, presidential candidate Doug Figueroa gave a charged presentation, shunning the media and inviting students to “be progressive” and “believe in rehabilitation.” Figueroa, the current student body president, is running unopposed for his second term. He has recently been in the news after an anonymous flier found on campus
Media everywhere, from here in Riverside, to across America, and even to a newspaper overseas buzzed this month about Riverside City College’s associate’s student body president being a registered sex offender. When a Viewpoints staff member found fliers posted around campus April 1, editors immediately thought it was a cruel April fool’s joke. After all,
Viewpoints asks Riverside City College students what they think about their student body president being a registered sex offender.