Tag: elections

Clarissa Cervantes, Chuck Conder and Jim Perry take Oath of Office for Riverside City Council

By Leo Cabral Clarissa Cervantes just became the second openly LGBTQ+ person on the council and the first woman elected to represent ward 2 on the Riverside City Council. It was a family affair for councilwoman Cervantes’ swearing-in ceremony July 13. Her daughter Autumn, Greg Cervantes Jr. and Assemblymember Sabrina Cervantes conducted her Oath of

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Associated Students of Riverside City College to hold special election

By Leo Cabral The Associated Students of Riverside City College Supreme Court decided to hold a special election for president and vice president starting with an open forum May 24 from 12-1 p.m. The public forum will take place over Zoom and Instagram Live. According to its bylaws, a special election is necessary because not

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Presidential candidates come to riverside, students share semester experiences

Presidential candidates coming to Riverside County, Hear from RCC students about what they’ve gained this past semester and what they plan to do this summer, listen in for some new Arts and Entertainment reviews and to get the final scoop on Tigers Sports and the CCCAA championships.

Student Trustee April Galvan Dismissed

Posted: March 18, 2015 | Written by Aja Sanders Student Trustee of the Riverside Community College District April Galvan has been dismissed from the Board of Trustees after she completed just one semester of her term. According to Douglas Graham, coordinator of student activities at RCC, Galvan was dismissed for not fulfilling her requirements as

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ASRCC Senate holds open forum to inform students about open Student Trustee position

Posted: March 12, 2015 | Updated: March 25, 2015 Written by Stephanie Llamas Associated Students of Riverside City College elections are closely approaching as the eagerness builds for who will become the new student trustee after the resignation of April Galvan. An ASRCC open forum took place on the steps of the Martin Luther King

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