The Oct. 7 Viewpoints issue includes stories about how the latest drought is affecting local farmworkers, the History of Viewpoints’ third column, 2021’s most anticipated movies to come and more. Click here to read on ISSUU.
By Andrea Mendez Club Rush returned to Riverside City College’s campus for the first time since the pandemic forced all activities online. The three-day event was held in a hybrid format to accommodate for those who are unvaccinated or unable to come onto campus. Many were excited to be returning to campus. “It feels great,”
This article has been updated to include comment from the chancellor and student trustee Sept. 21 at 3:07 p.m. By Leo Cabral and Daniel Hernandez The Riverside Community College District extended the deadline for students to receive the second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine after faculty members voiced their concerns about the lack
By Elaina Kleven Many Riverside Community College District students are voicing opposition after the Board of Trustees voted on a vaccine and mask mandate on Aug. 10. “Fully or partially vaccinated, you can take classes on-site, in hybrid mode and/or online,” Interim Vice Chancellor of Educational Services and Strategic Planning Jeannie Kim said during the
This issue contains an explanation about the vaccine and mask mandate, students’ reaction to the mandate, a deep-dive celebrating Viewpoints’ history for the 100th volume, our editor-in-chief’s opinion about the lack of trans education within the medical field and an updated campus map! Our “Back to School” will be available on all of our racks
By Jennipher Vasquez As students prepare for the return to campus on Aug. 23, some are reluctant to follow the recently implemented mask and vaccine mandates by the Riverside Community College District. The RCCD board of trustees passed a resolution Aug. 10 requiring all students, staff and faculty to provide proof of partial vaccination no
Many Instagram users have been jealous of a friend’s perfect selfie or life update but while they present this curated “perfect life” to their following, they might be hiding a secret life on another account.
By Samantha Bartholomew Former Viewpoints sports editor Brian Goff died unexpectedly of a heart attack April 24. Goff served on Viewpoints after graduating from Arlington High School in 1990 where he also worked on its school newspaper, The Mane Thing. After graduating from Riverside City College, Goff began working for the San Bernardino Sun
By Samantha Bartholomew The installation of permanent road barriers has been suspended after a meeting with Riverside City College president Gregory Anderson on April 10. The speculation of permanent barriers began when a student collapsed Oct. 9 and it appeared the emergency services would not have been able to make it to the student in
By Erik Galicia “When I was a teenager I was being sexually harassed,” said Hermila “Mily” Treviño- Sauceda, executive director and co-founder of the Alianza Nacional de Campesinas. “At the beginning, you don’t know what’s going on. You think, ‘Why is he touching me?’” Treviño-Sauceda spoke at The Power of Campesinas Seminar on April 16