By Paul Quick Homelessness, political recalls, smog and traffic: These issues are well known to any Californian. A lesser-known and more insidious problem may have escaped the attention of many Angelenos: California has a huge sex trafficking problem. All the more concerning is that California is a major hub for the trafficking of adolescents. According
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Multimedia editor Keanu Wallace and sportswriter Robert Johnson recap Riverside City College’s Sept. 29 game against San Diego Mesa College.
The Inland Empire chapters of the Immigrant Youth Coalition, Black Lives Matters and the Palestinian Youth Movement hosted a “Coming Out of the Shadows” rally in front of Riverside City Hall on March 29.
ALYSSA ALDRETE | ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Memphis May Fire does not believe in rear-view mirrors. The melodic hardcore band, hailing from Dallas, Texas, have been through their fair share of trials and tribulations in the music industry. Having issues with record labels, lineup changes and artistic freedom, on top of the trivial drama that
Josh Lakey | Staff Writer The RCC Tigers had a double header against the Palomar Comets and the hosting Grossmont Griffins on Sept. 13. After making the trip to San Diego, the Tigers fell to the Comets and the Griffins respectively. The Tigers lost the first game to the Comets, 3-1, and then to the Griffins,