Man-hating angry women who don’t shave is the stereotype some people envision when they hear the word feminist.
An evening of dining, music and prayer brought members of the community in unison to shed light on the heinous crime of human trafficking that affects 35 million people worldwide.
Many college students can feel like they are floundering trying to find their path and to make the decisions that will affect the course of their lives. Some may feel lost trying to connect what they devote themselves to learning and how to apply it to be successful in the workforce.
Water is a natural resource that essentially belongs to the people and therefore they should have access to safe, clean and affordable water, yet so many Americans and the environment are paying greatly for it.
“Interview Like a Rock Star” with Absolutely Abby, a free career workshop presented by Riverside City College’s Counseling and Career Center will be offered Oct. 14 in the Bradshaw Building, Hall of Fame from 9-11a.m.
One of the oldest traditions in academia, the Investiture Ceremony honoring the inauguration of Riverside City College President Wolde-Ab Isaac, took place Oct. 12, from 9-10:30 a.m. in the Landis Auditorium.
A6-year-old girl born in Cambodia could never have predicted the atrocities of a brutal guerrilla warfare group who stole her human rights, massacred millions and forced her and her loved ones to endure to survive as their country was being destroyed.
Hundred degree weather did not stop Riverside City College from serving their community by donating blood on Sept. 11 in honor of those who died during the devastating attacks on the United States 14 years ago.
In the face of struggles and a communication breakdown, dedicated students and members of faculty refuse to be discouraged.