By Silda Martinez While American leaders struggle with deciding when and how to reopen the economy, more than 5.2 million workers had been added to the unemployed list as of April 16. That is truly devastating. The way many industries and businesses have been handling this crisis has actually been the most infuriating part. Industries
By Noah Lopez It’s been 50 years since the infamous Controlled Substances Act was signed into law by former president Richard Nixon, chaining the flower to the same DEA classification used for heroin. According to Galup, 66% of Americans now support nationwide legalization of cannabis for adult-use, and if the trend of the past decade
Vaccinations have become a topic of intense, unnecessary debate that has taken away from the main point: vaccinations save lives. A popular, and dangerous, myth about vaccinations is that they cause autism. This idea originated in 1998 when a British doctor named Andrew Wakefield claimed he found a link between autism and the MMR
By Patrick Tindall Life as an LGBTQ person is difficult, life as an LGBTQ person of color is even more difficult. LGBTQ people constantly have to dodge homophobia and LGBTQ people of color also have to avoid the ever-present second issue of racism. Neither of which are mutually exclusive to the other and both are
By Diego Lomeli Our nation was built upon the founding principle that every citizen carries the right to voice their own opinions to the public in a non-violent manner. Civil Disobedience is the essence of free speech. It is the seed of progress, and the defender of freedom. We owe ourselves civil and organized actions
Parking lots, a place that not only holds your car but unleashes your inner monster when it’s packed. Now where is the most difficult parking system you ask? Look no further than your very own RCC Riverside campus.
Perhaps the greatest underdog story in world sports history transpired when Leicester City overcame 5,000 to one odds by winning the Barclays Premier League on May 2, but essentially received minimal traction in the United States.
Economic development in the Inland Empire has been a hot button issue lately with a renewed influx of people into the area and housing prices in the metropolitan areas steadily rising.
Community colleges are know for admitting nearly everyone who sends in an application. But when should these colleges be able to say no? According to Educational Code section 76020, California community colleges can “exclude students of filthy or vicious habits, or students suffering from contagious or infectious diseases.” It can be easy for schools to find their way around such a vague, undefined law.
Alexandra Ortiz | Staff Writer The boys of fall are back and so is the RCC pasta! The RCC Tigers football team has been getting ready to kick off their season against Bakersfield at home on Sept. 6. Finally the excitement of the fall semester is back under the Saturday night lights but if you