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April 9 News Briefs

By Erik Galicia Face covering ordered Riverside County Public Health Officer Cameron Kaiser ordered everyone to stay home unless absolutely necessary and to cover their faces when outside, effective April 5. The public gatherings ban does not apply to essential businesses. The face covering order does apply to essential workers. Appropriate face coverings include bandanas,

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Elohist Club at Riverside City College receives threats

By Erik Galicia Social media has proven itself time and time again to be an efficient means for the spread of false and harmful information. Members of Riverside City College’s Elohist Club, which focuses on preaching the World Mission Society Church of God’s version of Christianity, claim to have learned this through personal experience. What

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International student admires Western freedom

ASIA HORTON | STAFF WRITER Across the Pacific Ocean, to the Far East of Riverside, a young boy in China dreamed of a new life in the America. Kingsly Bao is not your average 17 year old. Kingsley Bao, born Zizhao Bao decided to travel the world. Born in Guang Dong province China, Bao left his

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Safety advisory for RCC

AALIYAH NOBLE-FREENY | STAFF WRITER On Sunday, Oct. 30, 1966, a Riverside City College student Cheri Jo Bates was murdered in an alley on campus after leaving the library, its anniversary reaffirms the need for safety awareness and self-defense. The Halloween season has always been filled with trick-or-treating and stranger danger Public Service Announcements. In keeping with that tradition,

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Snip and Stitch

Alejandra Garcia | Staff Writer Fashion is not just a fad or a pastime for Riverside City College students Tania Herrera and Alicia Ahumada. It’s a passion, a lifestyle, and they are also making their dream a reality, with encouragement from their friends. Herrera and Ahumada launched Stitch Witches, a vintage, do-it-yourself clothing company, in the hopes of creating a path for themselves. They started their

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Health Services New Locale

Dean Vergara | Staff Writer The director of Student Health and Psychological Services at RCC, Deborah Croan, announced Monday that the offices of Student Health and Psychological Services has relocated to Bradshaw 204 and is resuming service on a limited basis. Phone lines are working again. Personal counseling, walk in crisis counseling and walk in medical visits with Registered Nurses will be offered

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Nosey People Suck (N.S.A.)

Mark Anthony Howard | Opinions Editor Nosey people suck, and they are everywhere. How uncomfortable would you be if some weirdo in the digital library kept looking around his cubicle every time you logged on your email, Facebook or social site? It sucks but some people don’t respect others privacy and really don’t know how to mind their own business. It really sucks

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