By: Clarissa Corral Katy Azevedo was given special honors for her participation in the 4th Annual Combat Cancer Walk hosted at Norco College, as she actively battles cancer herself. Norco College campus was painted pink for the day with hues, from pale to hot pink as about a thousand participants and supporters wore all the
The Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees voted 4-0 to terminate Norco College president Bryan Reece’s contract.
The Riverside Community College District missed an opportunity to apply for $24 million in state funding for on-campus housing for homeless veterans and foster youth at Norco College.
Posted: March 11, 2015 | Written by Aja Sanders Hopeful club members filled the campus quad at Riverside City College for the Spring 2015 Club Rush event as they passed out goodies and flyers with encouraging words. Clubs aspire to make collaborative efforts and raise awareness among the college’s student body. There are several clubs
James H. Williams | Managing Editor ORIGINAL STORY: June 16, 2014 Riverside Community College District Interim Chancellor Irving G. Hendrick announced in a mass email to students within the district that an incident occurred May 30 regarding students personal information. Hendrick stated in the email that the district had become aware of the incident June 2 and began
Josa Lamont | News editor June 10, 2014 Michael Burke used evidence from his 25 years of educational experience in Texas, Idaho and California to show his understanding of the needs of the Riverside Community College District in their ongoing search for a chancellor. Burke presented his qualifications for the position and answered questions in
Election results for the 2014 Riverside Community College District student trustee: Total Votes: April Galvan: 620 (Winner) Brennan Gonering: 428 Norco College Votes: April Galvan: 151 Brennan Gonering: 69 Moreno Valley College Votes: April Galvan: 360 Brennan Gonering: 230 Riverside City College Votes: April Galvan: 109 Brennan Gonering: 129
NICHOLLE SALVATIERRA AND DANYEL WHYTE | STAFF WRITER Students from various colleges met to spread awareness on Mental Health at Riverside City College to attend the Southern Regional conference and mental health-strategizing forum on March 29. Southern Student Regional Student leadership held the conference in the Cafeteria food services building where students met at 7:30