Far too many people have been misinformed when it comes to drug addiction, mental illness and homelessness, which makes helping these individuals all the more difficult.
The reality is that not all college bound students are ready for this big step due to a lack of basic knowledge needed to transition into adulthood.
Our Riverside City College District Board of Trustees passed a resolution to declare support for marginalized students, but does it do enough?
Corruption has long plagued law enforcement, and thanks to the “blue wall of silence,” outcry against misconduct from officers who abide by the oath they swore to uphold has been virtually nonexistent.
The battle of wills continues for Native Americans and their opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline, which was approved by the federal government to begin construction in July.
With the upcoming 2016 election we have seen and heard many unimaginable things from our presidential candidates, both good and bad. Making reappearance, one of these things was the Hillary Clinton email scandal.
On Nov. 8, California voters will be asked to choose between remaining in the dark ages of judicial corporal punishment, or progressing forward towards a more ethical and fiscally responsible methodology.
In the past weeks a member of the RCCD Board of Trustees has been under scrutiny by media and members within the district.
The Viewpoints editorial board believes Nathan Miller should face some consequences for his actions.
While civil disobedience has been on the rise due to political disagreements and school mismanagement, protesters lose their narrative when civility collapses.
With all the different Mother’s Days set around the world, it sometimes feels like the whole first two weeks of May should just be devoted to singing the praises of our mothers.