Tag: Southern California

Tigers wage war with Hornets

By Robert Johnson A battle of bitter rivals touched down in Wheelock Stadium as the Riverside City College Tigers hosted a highly contested football game against 2017’s California Community College Athletic Association champions, the Fullerton Hornets. The game took place during week two of the Tigers football season, Sept. 8. In last years Southern California

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Paul O’Connell awarded “Excellence in Teaching”

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Assistant professor of Automotive Technology Paul O’Connell was recently awarded an “Excellence in Teaching” award from the Inland Empire/Desert Regional Consortia on May 2. The award is given to CTE professors who have shown excellence and gone above and beyond as faculty in the classroom.

Tigers baseball takes advantage of second opportunity

All photos taken by Alexis Naucler Posted: April 29, 2015 | Updated: May 5, 2015 | Written by Edith Noriega NORWALK — Don’t put your mitts, cleats and bats away just yet there is still Riverside City College baseball to be played. After back-to-back losses against Golden West College in the regular season the Tigers were

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A stroke of integrity, ingenuity

Alejandra Garcia | Staff Writer The Strokes’ guitarist, Albert Hammond, Jr. released his solo EP “AHJ,” through Cult Records, his band mate, Julian Casablancas’ label. This is the follow up from Hammond, Jr’s 2008 album, “¿Cómo te Llama?” After admitting his struggles with drug addiction, Hammond, Jr. cleaned up his act and has been sober for five years. The fresh-faced guitarist is ready for his

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Club reaches out to locals

Alpha Gamma Sigma volunteer to benefit elderly and troubled youth in Riverside. Treva Flores | Staff Writer In this new age full of iPhones, flat screen HD television sets, and social networking at our fingertips, it can be hard to remember that there are people out there who survive without the latest technology. People who are old or fragile, who need help

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Cross country finishes year at finals meet

Victoria Randall | Staff Writer RCC Men’s cross-country team won second Place to Orange Coast College at the Orange Empire Conference Finals on Nov. 1 with a score of 62 points and a total time of 1:49:42. The women’s team finished in third place, lead by Orange Coast in first and Fullerton in second. Their

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Tigers shutout Roadrunners

JOSH LAKEY | STAFF WRITER The Tigers rally and perform their third shutout of the season against the College of the Desert Roadrunners on Nov. 9. Quarterback Skylar Howard threw for four touchdowns and one interception on 41 attempts of which 28 were completed. Howard is currently first in conference with 275.4 passing yards per game

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Tigers ready to run for title

VICTORIA RANDALL |STAFF WRITER With the bulk of the season over, both the men and women’s cross country teams at Riverside City College have championships races to look forward too. The next three races are crucial for both teams. The Orange Empire Conference Finals will be held on Nov. 1 at Irvine Park. After the

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Safety advisory for RCC

AALIYAH NOBLE-FREENY | STAFF WRITER On Sunday, Oct. 30, 1966, a Riverside City College student Cheri Jo Bates was murdered in an alley on campus after leaving the library, its anniversary reaffirms the need for safety awareness and self-defense. The Halloween season has always been filled with trick-or-treating and stranger danger Public Service Announcements. In keeping with that tradition,

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Hornets sting Tigers in loss

JOSH LAKEY | STAFF WRITER The Riverside City College football team suffered its first loss of the season against the Fullerton Hornets, 38-36, on Oct. 12. The Hornets also entered the game undefeated and ranked No. 2 in Southern California behind the Tigers of RCC. In a game that warranted a total of 26 penalties, which

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