In the current political climate, everything from political Facebook posts to friends taking part in protests, fill our social media timelines. Having your voice heard is seemingly more important than ever.
The Riverside Community College District $18 health fee grants students access to basic medical care and mental health support in the Student Health Center located in the Bradshaw building.
Together with learning and developing their skills, students have fun and create memories to last a lifetime. This was demonstrated in a special exhibit which was held at the college’s Digital Library and Learning Resource Center.
Bill Hedrick defeated Nathan Miller for the Riverside City College Board of Trustee Area 1 position Nov. 8.
The 2016 Clery Report shows an increase in stalking offenses, with seven incidents at Riverside City College in 2015, due to the implementation of new classifications of crimes regulated by the amendments made to the Violence Against Women Act.
Riverside City College held its 56th Distinguished Faculty Lecture “Are You Sure?” with guest speaker Jan Muto May 10 in the Digital Library and Learning Resource center’s Auditorium.
Riverside City College Faculty Association President, Dariush Haghighat shows his supports for student protestors at Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees meeting on May 3, 2016.
Faculty Association shows support toward student protesters
Pretty in pink. No, not the ’80s movie with teen actress Molly Ringwald, but the areas in the college campus map illustrated in pink.
The new Charles A. Kane Student Services and Administration Building at Riverside City College ends the scavenger hunt for new students, who were having to go to five different buildings to complete the enrollment process.