Tag: RCCD Board of Trustees

Special Board meeting lays out Riverside Community College District campus closure plan

By Erik Galicia With the Riverside Community College District seemingly stuck in limbo due to sudden COVID-19 regulations, last night’s special session of the Board of Trustees presented the district’s plans to handle the pandemic.  “We have been very carefully monitoring the guidelines from the CDC on a daily basis,” said Chancellor Wolde-Ab Isaac. “We

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Riverside Mayor Rusty Bailey gives final State of the City Address, discusses housing crisis

By Erik Galicia Mayor Rusty Bailey called for Riverside to put “all hands on deck” to overcome homelessness during his final State of the City address at the Riverside Convention Center on Jan. 30. Bailey praised the recent economic growth and untapped potential of the city, claiming that Riverside has attracted nearly $2 billion in

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Faculty Association challenges trustee candidates

By Samantha Bartholomew With a little over two months before the Board of Trustees elections, the Riverside Community College District Faculty Association formally challenged the candidate designations of Brian Hawley and Sam Davis. “During (Davis’s) short tenure, which can easily be characterized as a complete disaster,” Rhonda Taube, RCCDFA president, said in an email. “Mr.

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Isaac named RCC President

Interim President assumes permanent position Posted: April 29, 2015 | Written by Crystal Olmedo Wolde-Ab Isaac was appointed president of Riverside City College at the Board of Trustees meeting at Moreno Valley College on April 21. The approval to name Isaac president passed on a 4-0 vote among the Board of Trustees. He received praise

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RCC’s new Student Services building breaks ground

Posted: March 25, 2015 | Written by Jacob Filek To celebrate both Riverside City College’s 99th birthday and the beginning of a new era in student services, RCC hosted a groundbreaking event for construction of the new Administration and Student Services Building on March 13th. The new building will be dedicated to Charles Kane, former

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