Everyone hits rough patches in their life. For some, these rough patches can take such a toll that it prevents success. For others, there’s no choice but to rise above the adversity.
I’m obsessed with Black Friday shopping.
My obsession started back in 2011 after my relationship ended and moved in with my mom and sister. I wasn’t really used to getting out of the house much, so when my sister Desi asked me if I wanted to go shopping with her on Thanksgiving Day, I said sure.
With information about everything from music to city council meetings to local events in and around the city, Hey Riverside! has become a favorite among Riverside residents.
Starting the semester fresh is usually the way to go but instantly regretting stepping outside because you feel like you walked into a sauna definitely isn’t a good feeling.
Terracina drive, the main street that snakes its way through the Riverside City College campus was lined from head to tail with easy-ups from noon to 2:00p.m.
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.
Student animators and computer programmers joined together on Oct. 27 in the at Riverside City College to listen to Andrew Lee, emerging mobile game developer, speak on animation and programming for games.
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.
Savannah Perez is a Riverside City College Honors student pursuing her degree in Astrophysics.