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RCC alumnus debuts “Extracted Manifestations”

Written by: Karla Rodriguez A gumball machine filled with dentures, a portrait of a tooth riding a bicycle, and another one depicted as Saint Mary. These are just a few of the unusual works of art created by Riverside City College alumni Jesus Castaneda. Castaneda debuted his first solo exhibition “Extracted Manifestations” at the Division

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Refugee Camp in Germany: An Editor’s View

Posted: August 26, 2015 | Written by: Brooke Cary A few summers ago, I started to start saving up for travel. I wanted to see the world, but wasn’t sure when or where. I just knew that if the opportunity arose, I wanted to be able to get up and go. Before my last final

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Hill leaves his mark at RCC

Posted: May 27, 2015 | Written by: Jeianne Baniqued Argie Hill, Riverside City College Model United Nations Head Delegate and Associated Students of Riverside City College Supreme Court Chief Justice, leaves his mark as a student leader in his last semester before transferring. At the National Model United Nations New York Conference on March 29-April

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Former RCC math instructor utilizes YouTube in class

Posted: May 27, 2015 | Written by: Edith Noriega Former Riverside City College math instructor Frank Ives put a unique spin in teaching mathematics that involved integrating YouTube, a highly popular video sharing website into his classes and student lives. Ives, who taught at RCC for six years created his YouTube channel known as MathByFives

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FTV teacher avoids retirement to help students

Posted: May 13, 2015 | Written by Danyel Whyte Retirement does not keep Bud Tedesco from “the real world of make believe.” If we go behind the scenes of the television department at Riverside City College we find Tedesco, after his retirement three years ago, still contributing on campus. With a background in editing for

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Local church feeds homeless

Posted: May 13, 2015 | Written by Danyel Whyte How would you feel if you had to wait all week to enjoy sweet company and a warm, balanced meal?  Unfortunately for many members of our community, basic necessities are a luxury. For the last 30 years, the Hot Meals Program, located at Calvary Presbyterian Church,

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