With all the different Mother’s Days set around the world, it sometimes feels like the whole first two weeks of May should just be devoted to singing the praises of our mothers.
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.
A Riverside City College student tested positive for tuberculosis, according to a press release sent out by Riverside County Public Health and the Riverside Community College District.
Mark Anthony Howard | Opinions Editor How important is the mental capacity of a college student? Mental illness is prioritized concern here on RCC campus. Dr. Dan Casella is a psychiatric counselor here on campus. On my last visit to his office he and I discussed my own mental health concerns and the different things that may be affecting it. I
Luis Solis | Staff Writer Obesity should not be consider a disability. Saying that obesity is a handicap is like saying alcoholism is a disease, or the belief that people are born gay. The general public makes excuses in order to make themselves feel better. Webster’s dictionary describes disabled as a disadvantage for a given individual, resulting from an impairment or disability that limits or prevents
TREVA FLORES | STAFF WRITER Teachers don’t live at school; it’s something we all know, yet sometimes it’s hard to grasp this concept. It can be tough to remember your professor has a life outside of the campus. Some have families, some play mini golf in their spare time, and others may have pet cats and
Is RCC a smoke-free or a free smoking campus? Riverside City College is a smoke-free campus, or so it claims to be, according to a banner that was hanging between two palm trees in front of the RCC theatre. While it is unclear who took the smoking banner down, the spot is now occupied with
Lectures for success earns one student cash ARIEL WHITE | STAFF WRITER “Free Campus Tours” provided RCC with educational seminars in the RCC promenade and a $500 scholarship On Oct. 8 from 8:30-11 a.m. “We bring educational speakers to college campuses paid for by a corporate sponsor,” said Melissa Podany, free campus tours vice president. The corporate sponsors included Livewire Energy, 405 Media and Aural stimulation
Mark Anthony Howard | Opinions Editor Pros Should marijuana be legalized in here in California? My answer is yes. I consider the use of the drug to be a personal decision and not a moral dilemma. I do, however, consider the issue to be both a financial and socially progressive opportunity. The passing of the
ZACHARY INGRAM | Staff Writer Don’t you love the smell of bacon in the morning? Eating is a natural desire that we can all agree is an enjoyable pastime. The on campus City Gill offers healthy options that are sure to fill your tummy and satisfy those taste buds. A salad bar, sandwiches, whole wheat