Tag: Jacob Quezada

Rap single addresses anti-asian hate

By Jacob Quezada Kero One stepped back from his usual serenading jazzy beats to put forth a call to action against the rise in anti-Asian hate crime with his latest anthem. The Asian American hip-hop artist has a clear message: Pull out your cameras and film. Kero One employs the medium of videography as the

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Families relish in Riverside’s fall festival

By: Leana Padilla On Friday Oct. 25 Riverside City celebrated the fall festival at the Bobby Bonds Park. On display at the festival were various organizations that help support the city. One of the organizations was Farmworker Institute of Education & Leadership Development, founded by Cesar E. Chavez in 1978. They help the community by giving

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West Side Story

By: Leana Padilla Performance Riverside put on a production of West Side Story, which tells a modern day Romeo and Juliet story on the streets of New York City, at the Landis Performing Center on Oct. 12. The musical performance is about two different gangs with different ethnic backgrounds, American people and Puerto Rican Latinx

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Volunteers meet throughout Riverside to beautify the city and create community through the Great American Clean-up

By Adriana Lopez If you love your city, you should clean your city. The Great American Cleanup is a nationwide event focused on establishing a sense of pride in volunteers in hopes of creating more caring communities. Keep America Beautiful, a non profit organization that is dedicated to organizing and providing necessary tools to volunteers

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Thirty-five universities visit RCC to provide students transfer information

By Karina Gutierrez Groups of students walked around the booths in the Arthur G. Paul Quadrangle basking in the midday sun. They used the opportunity at the Transfer Fair at Riverside City College on March 25 to ask representatives questions about financing, career options and admission requirements while picking up pamphlets and stickers. Representatives were

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