The sun is about to go down, but the night is about to turn up.
The sounds of classic rock stream from an iPhone sitting on the dresser. Mascara and eyeshadow are strewn about as the curling iron is set to high. Most importantly, five shot glasses are lined up on the counter.
An inside look on just a few of the many active clubs on Riverside City Colleges campus.
As you walk into the Student Honors Art Exhibit at Riverside City College, captivating, yet nonsensical pieces of art plaster the pearly, white walls making for a gratifying sight.
An unfortunate epidemic that plagues the modern world has been the growing trend of individuals who contain ignorance within themselves that ultimately forestalls their ability to accept who they really are.
Local filmmaker Michael Tukes orchestrated the Tukes Art Expo in his hometown of Moreno Valley on May 21, showcasing various talents from the Inland Empire and attracting a massive turnout of 150 people.
Riverside City College students David Gonzalez-Roman and Fabian Hinojosa join the RCC Gaming club and RCC Super Smash club in hosting Project 0 Homeless.
Harmonizing vocals , reverbed guitars, catchy lyrics and psychedelic vibes is what you get when you listen to Quilt’s third album, “Plaza.”
A recent development will soon provide a new channel of receiving information from a counselor. RCC will soon introduce face-to-face online video sessions.
Two of the most sought-after qualities of being a nurse are passion and care. Riverside City College associate professor of nursing, Lee Nelson has demonstrated these qualities through his dedication to his profession and his students.
It’s that time of year again, when ladders come out, lights go up and power bills are at an all time high.