Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced Sept. 7 that she intends to reverse and replace the Obama administration’s 2011 guidance on sexual assault, better known as Title IX, citing due-process failings and procedural missteps.
The tragedies unfolding in Houston have left many around the nation at a loss of how they can help, how they can provide relief to those whose lives have been left in shambles.
Jeronimo and Velarde were elected for ASRCC president and vice president after beating their opponents, Bryan Barrera and Simranjeet Singh, by 72 votes May 3.
A May 15 panel hosted by the United Stripes Coalition and Dr. Jami Brown, a sociology professor at Riverside City College, served to inform students how they can show support for members of the transgender community, as well as shed light on the struggles that transgender individuals face before and after coming out.
The College Promise Initiative will give students an opportunity to earn their degrees with less debt starting Fall 2017.
About 300 people marched in Riverside May 1, demonstrating against President Donald Trump’s actions against undocumented immigrants and other marginalized groups.
Broadway actress Mzuri Moyo honored civil rights activist, Fannie Lou Hamer, in a one-woman performance April 21.
Hamer was a voting rights activist who served as a vice chairperson of the Mississippi Democratic Party and as a representative at the 1964 Democratic National Convention.
Hundreds of Riverside residents gathered in downtown Riverside for the March for Science on April 22, including Riverside City College students from the Student Sustainability Collective.
Over a year after the unexpected death of Antonin Scalia, the vacated Supreme Court seat was filled by Neil Gorsuch April 10.
The California State University Board of Trustees passed an act to raise their tuition for the first time in six years during a board meeting March 22.