By Elaina Kleven As more vaccines begin rolling out, Biden has taken this as an opportunity to show how he is making progress toward the America that he pledged to help rebuild. While it is his third month of the presidency, Biden has only done 8% of what he has promised. This does not include
The divisiveness in politics is growing worse and making its way into our own homes. Many people today look up to politicians and are easily inspired by them. People are starting to take action and treat others with the same harshness exhibited by said politicians. Recently Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., was “threatening” supreme court justices
The Journalism Department is scheduled to host a panel discussion Jan. 19, to explore what effects Donald Trump’s presidency might have on free speech and higher education.
Bill Hedrick defeated Nathan Miller for the Riverside City College Board of Trustee Area 1 position Nov. 8.
Mark Takano, a former Riverside Community College District Board of Trustee, was re-elected to the U.S. Congress on Nov. 8.
Riverside residents departed from a Democratic Watch Party in Riverside on Nov. 8 as President Elect Donald Trump led in the race for President of the United States.
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A resolution was passed at Riverside City College’s Academic Senate meeting on Sept. 12 in order to display a vote of no confidence for Vice President of Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees Nathan A. Miller.
Teacher tenure was created with the intent to protect instructors who hold minority opinions or beliefs, but in practice it produces an elite sect of instructors with greater job security and broader intellectual rights than people in comparable part-time positions. Firing a tenured instructor is like pressing charges on a criminal offender. To fire an
Riverside Community College district is buzzing with the activity of election season: or it isn’t. Sure, it’s election season and the Associated Students of Riverside City College are prepping for the work they have to do and the Board of Trustees has candidates campaigning to secure seats, but who else on campus really feels the