By Erik Galicia With scheduling for the fall 2021 semester already underway, faculty across the Riverside Community College District have voiced concerns at several Board of Trustees and Academic Senate meetings. A Riverside City College email sent to faculty March 10 announced plans to return at 80% in-person instruction and 20% online instruction if pandemic
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By Adriana Lopez The annual Dickens Festival took over downtown Riverside on Feb. 23 and 24. The festival’s driving force, Carolyn Grant and Joan Patton, believed Riverside was in need of an event that promoted literacy and Dickens Festival would serve as the vessel. In 1992 the festival came to fruition and was held downtown.
Former Riverside City College football player Izaac Colunga has been identified as one of the two men who were shot at a house party in Riverside on March 3.
By Samantha Bartholomew A Riverside City College adjunct kinesiology professor was arrested Dec. 4 on suspicion of soliciting a minor for sex. According to a press release from the Riverside Police Department, detectives learned of a male suspect who had offered to pay a person who was presenting themselves as a girl under the age
JOSHUA LAKEY | STAFF WRITER The 22nd annual haunted “Ghost Walk” kicked off in gruesome, ghastly and wicked fashion in the downtown Mission Inn and Main Street area of Riverside this past Saturday and Sunday Oct. 25 through the 26. Hosted by the California Riverside Ballet Studio, this year’s Ghost Walk carried on with traditionally fun filled spooky themed attractions that children in costumes and
Riverside Ballet teams with Riverside Ghost Walk to make children and adults scream in haunting performance. DANIEL GHANBARI | STAFF WRITER The California Riverside Ballet is more than happy to announce their newest attraction “Dark Dreams Doorway” in their 22nd annual Ghost Walk on Oct. 25-26. “Dark Dreams Doorway” is about thirty seconds in duration and is guaranteed to put fear in anyone who
VALERIE OSIER | STAFF WRITER Children go missing in America every day. They will be in the news for a few weeks, but they slowly drift out as new things happen. But they are still missing and their families are still desperately looking for answers. In the Race to Recover America’s Missing Children, the Fireball Run hosts an eight day, 2,000 mile, 14 city,