By Jennifer Rosales The Associated Students of Riverside City College President Angel Contreras discussed possible parking reform during the State of the Students forum held in the Charles A. Kane Building on Feb. 27. According to Contreras, surveys conducted at the beginning of last semester determined that lack of parking was negatively impacting students. “I’ve
Mia Magana | Viewpoints by Dominique Redfearn Parking lot Q at Riverside City College is flooding according to a Rave Guardian alert sent out Feb. 14. Cars are being threatened by the flooding at the corner of City College Drive and Olivewood Avenue. Students and staff are advised to not attempt to move their vehicles
Students and visitors may park in a white-striped parking space without a parking permit, during the Winter intersession from Jan. 3- Feb. 9.
Parking at Riverside City College is something out of a cliched horror movie. We hear and even see the monster coming, yet for some reason we charge in head first knowing the doom we’re sure to face. The endless circling of the parking structure has become maddening and vaguely like a treasured pastime.
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.
Riverside City College has secured an additional 100 parking spaces to help with an overflow of cars that are common in the beginning of the semester.
The two week parking permit grace period will be effective until Feb. 28.
Posted: March 25, 2015 | Written by Austin McVey and Steven Smith Even though parking eases up at Riverside City College the trials are far from over – unless its Friday. A survey performed by Viewpoints staff compared the capacity of Parking Lot E each day at 8:30 a.m. during the week March 16. From
Published: March 12, 2015 | Posted: March 16, 2015 | Written by Kennedy Blevins Each semester, the race to achievement turns the roads surrounding Riverside City College into more of an ancient Spartan battlefield than a parking lot full of hopeful students. While the new semester marks new goals and opportunities for many RCC students,
Viewpoints has launched its first episode of its brand new radio show “The Beat”. The show, created by Steven Smith and Valerie Osier, talks about the news and happenings on the campus of Riverside City College. This first episode covers the events around March 2, 2015. James H. Williams also chimes in with the