Tag: Law

RCC prepares for ‘Yes means yes’ bill in California

Crystal Olmedo | Staff Writer In the wake of numerous mishandlings of sexual assault claims made by California college students, Riverside City College students and faculty are preparing to do their part to raise awareness and implement regulations. These regulations are set to take precedent in regards to education on sexual assault, and the enforcing

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RCC helps student revive his education

Jasmine Ramirez | Special to Viewpoints May 29, 2014 Come fall semester at RCC many students endure the process of applying to colleges that can be long and complicated. Even after applications are completed, students still deal with the anxiety of waiting to hear about their acceptance from various colleges. But around the end of

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Immigration at your own risk

Mark Anthony Howard | Opinions Editor If 11 people moved into a single story house, some serious rules and regulation would be in order. Wouldn’t it? The US Congress doesn’t think so. The US census bureau reports 11 million undocumented immigrants live in the United States and “The House” (Congress) has made no laws concerning

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