By Erik Galicia Working for Viewpoints has been one of the highlights of my life. I’ve always said my introduction to journalism happened by chance. I did not have much going on in life when I decided to register for the Introduction to Journalism course in the spring of 2019. Although I had never considered
By The Viewpoints Editorial Board Viewpoints is wrapping up the 2020-2021 academic year with a total of 27 regional, state and national awards. By the end of the month, we will have published 14 issues this year that provided pivotal COVID-19 coverage for the Riverside Community College District and its surrounding communities. But many may
By Angel Pena I was shocked when I was appointed editor-in-chief of Viewpoints at the end of the spring 2019 semester. Emotions ran through my body and I was certain someone had made a mistake. I soon realized that regardless of what I felt, the future of the Viewpoints newspaper rested in my hands.
After serving as an editor for more semesters than I can count, I say goodbye to a program I have poured my heart and soul into. With every semester I have been on staff I have attended a journalism conference and among the things I took away was to “leave a legacy.”
Posted: Feb. 17, 2015 | Written by James H. Williams It is an honor to be named the Editor-in-Chief for Riverside City College’s student newspaper Viewpoints. I have several goals for this semester but my top priority is to deliver news to the students and staff on the campus with both our print edition of
Travis West | Editor-In-Chief Published: Dec 1. 2014 Life only gives us a handful of moments that we can recall vividly and I am happy to say that serving as editor-in-chief for Viewpoints has been one of them. When I joined Viewpoints in Fall of 2012, I was apprehensive, nervous and most of all