By Cheetara Piry Several students expressed their discomfort toward Riverside City College’s student government after its presidential candidate’s sex offense conviction came to light. Albert Jaramillo, 45, was convicted in 2014 of lewd or lascivious acts with a child under the age of 14. Jaramillo, who is currently the Associated Students of RCC Inter-Club Council
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By Erik Galicia The United States’ recent deployment of additional military resources to the Middle East has many people worried about the possibility of a new war. “I pay a lot of taxes,” said Dariush Haghighat, a political science professor at Riverside City College. “I want my taxes to go to the community, not to
Two Riverside City College students won awards for Outstanding Delegates, an individual award and the highest award a student can receive.
In an international conference of over 5,000 college and university students from across the world, the Riverside City College Model United Nations team brought home one of the highest awards.
Sammie J. Ayoub has been elected as the new Riverside Community College District student trustee for the 2016-2017 academic year.
The Riverside City College Model United Nations (MUN) officer received 284 votes in this year’s student trustee election.
Posted: May 27, 2015 | Written by: Jeianne Baniqued Argie Hill, Riverside City College Model United Nations Head Delegate and Associated Students of Riverside City College Supreme Court Chief Justice, leaves his mark as a student leader in his last semester before transferring. At the National Model United Nations New York Conference on March 29-April
Posted: May 13, 2015 | Written by Jeianne Baniqued The Riverside City College Model United Nations team returned from the 2015 National Model United Nations New York Conference with six awards in tow, recognizing their countless hours in team preparation. With many other MUN teams from various colleges throughout the nation in attendance at the
Amina Samreen Salahuddin | Asst. Features Editor May 15, 2014 In the current world, where there is injustice and a disregard of basic human rights prevailing abundantly, getting to know civil rights, food security and making the world a better place to live seems to be the need of the hour. This is what the Riverside City
Author of “The Pentagon Paper,” and former RAND employee speaks to full house on the rise, or not, of China. JOSA LAMONT | STAFF EDITOR Mel Gurtov gave a lecture on the threat level of China’s current foothold in global politics. On Oct. 24 at 3 p.m. he presented to a crowd of students and faculty who resorted to standing
TREVA FLORES | STAFF WRITER Communicating, public speaking and writing, oh my! If these words are terrifying to even think of, Model United Nations can help. MUN recreates mock conventions similar to those of the real United Nations, the international peacekeeping organization, and it’s goal is to open you up to the world and be a