by Patrick Tindall Students at Riverside City College’s cafeteria were trick-or-treated to an impromptu post-Halloween drag show. Nov. 1 Student’s dining in the cafeteria were surprised when their lunches of chicken fingers, french fries and Top Ramen were interrupted by loud music and a gaggle of spooky performers organized by RCC’s own Gender and Sexuality
By Benjamin De Leon The Associated Students of Riverside City College continued their tradition of Halloweentown, which took over the quad in Riverside City College on Oct. 26. Halloweentown caters to the youth of Riverside by having a safe, public event with fun activities that allows parents to have a good time with their families.
The words “I’m a gummy bear, oh yes I’m a gummy bear! I’m a yummy, chummy, funny, lucky gummy bear” could be heard from the steps of the Martin Luther King building as a drag queen danced her way around a crowd of students.
Riverside City College students and faculty are looking to expand the available resources for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Asexual and Intersex+ community here on campus.
Riverside City College’s Gender and Sexualities Awareness club held a Drag show on the Martin Luther King buildings steps Nov 17.
A screening of the comically campy cult classic, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”, will be presented in the Digital Library Auditorium on Oct. 30 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
In the face of struggles and a communication breakdown, dedicated students and members of faculty refuse to be discouraged.
Posted: May 31, 2015 Updated June 1, 2015| Written by: Crystal Olmedo Equality and acceptance was the message behind Riverside City College’s Gender and Sexuality Alliance Rally held May 26. “We had the event to help (students) feel better in their community,” said GSA President Hailey Wilson. The club marched from the Quadrangle to the
Loss of life on railroad bridge collapse The Pachappa Railroad Bridge over the eastbound portion of state Route 91 collapsed May 18 around 3:15 a.m. CalTrans worker Okesene Faasalele, 59 of Long Beach fell to his death while still tethered to that portion of the bridge. “The bridge was being demolished as part of the
Clubs on the campus of Riverside City College gathered for the 2014 Club Rush event on March 4-5. Students had a chance to learn about each club and ask club members questions. Members of the Viewpoints’ staff went to check in on the event.