By Daniel Hernandez The Arroyo, a previous version of Riverside City College’s student newspaper, would not see the same success in the 1940s as it did in the previous decade. According to “A 65 Year History,” the historical book about RCC, the Arroyo began to publish infrequently and only had small sheets of paper instead
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By Mya Castro As Riverside City College’s athletic department jumps back into training and competition, the athletes, trainers and coaches understand that a healthy mind and body are the key to success. Coaches and athletic trainers know that athletes must do their best to keep their bodies healthy outside of just attending practice in order
By Jair Ramirez The 2021 Tigers looked nothing like the 2019 version of themselves during their second home game as they got beat handily on both sides of the ball. The Riverside City College football team lost for the first time on its home turf since Nov. 24, 2018, in the California Community College Athletic
By Brianna Gomez In the midst of Hispanic Heritage Month, Hispanics and non-Hispanics are often faced with the question of what Hispanic Heritage Month means to them. Riverside City College Chicano Studies instructor Steven Moreno-Terril gave an educational view on Hispanic Heritage Month and went into depth about what it means to be Hispanic and
By Daniel Hernandez After 10 years of working to establish a student-run publication at Riverside City College, a new era came to fruition in 1932 with the hiring of a former alumnus: Robert Patton. Between 1922 and 1932, both the Tequesquite — a year book — and the student newspaper were only considered extra-curricular activities.
By Mya Castro As the season begins for Riverside City College men’s water polo, Reese Starkey has become a force to be reckoned with. With 10 years of playing experience, the Cajon high school alumnus has collected a college career total of 24 goals and 28 steals. Starkey’s outstanding offense and defense have helped the
By Andrea Mendez Club Rush returned to Riverside City College’s campus for the first time since the pandemic forced all activities online. The three-day event was held in a hybrid format to accommodate for those who are unvaccinated or unable to come onto campus. Many were excited to be returning to campus. “It feels great,”
By Brian Calderon The Riverside City College men’s and women’s cross country teams made an early morning trip to compete in 40th Annual UC Riverside Invitational. The team fielded runners in all four events and ran on the Ag/Ops course. In the opening race, the women’s 6K, the Tigers placed 21 out of 24 teams.
By Jair Ramirez After winning the 2019 national championship behind their high-powered offense, the 2021 version of the RCC football team has their hard-hitting defense leading the way this year. RCC defeated Saddleback College 33-6 behind an explosive defensive performance, holding Saddleback to just two field goals. “We were opportunistic defensively tonight, RCC coach Tom