Tag: Florida

SPORTS COLUMN: NBA All-Star Game put profits over people

By Paul Quick The NBA All-Star Game is an annual gathering of the league’s best players. It typically comes during the mid-season break and, under normal circumstances, it is considered a high point of the season and a great honor to be selected to play in. During the age of COVID-19, however, nothing is normal.

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Editorial: Trump’s hate speech empowers domestic terrorism

“I am simply defending my country from cultural and ethnic replacement brought on by an invasion.” This is a statement taken from the manifesto of Patrick Crusius minutes before he killed 22 people at a Walmart in El Paso. It is a statement that mirrors President Donald Trump’s ongoing blatantly racist rhetoric. Trump has referred

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Riverside City College students participate in national school walkout

By Samantha Bartholomew A small cluster of Riverside City College students gathered at the entrance of the A.G. Paul Quadrangle to raise awareness about issues of gun control. Students and teachers throughout the nation walked out of their classrooms March 14 as part of the  National School Walkout to raise awareness about issues of school

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J.B. on the ball: Fantastic Freshman

John Braxton | Staff Writer Ice water running through the veins of the 19-year-old has proven to be more than enough. College football is very exciting; from week to week you never know what can happen. These young men at these big time universities have a lot of pressure on them some players can handle

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Running with Garrette Biggers

JAMES WILLIAMS | ONLINE EDITOR     The Riverside City College football team has a number of players from other states on the roster, but players such as Garrette Biggers have managed to stay locally and play for the Tigers after graduating from J.W. North High School. Biggers is a criminal justice major that not only

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Bathroom Intruder

By James Williams | Online Editor A suspicious male was seen by two female students on the first floor women’s restroom on the east side of the Math and Science building at 8:05 p.m. on August 26. The suspect was described as a Hispanic adult, approximately 5’6″ tall and weighing approximately 215 pounds. He was

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