By Erik Galicia As coronavirus infections surged in Spain and the United States weighed a possible European travel ban, the Riverside Community College District began scrambling to ensure that all Study Abroad Program students in Barcelona were brought home safely. According to Nassef Girgis, the RCCD Study Abroad director, the group was brought home March
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For the Spring 2018 semester, students will have the opportunity of spending their semester in Buenos Aires!
Riverside City College celebrated the life of Professor Emeritus Janice (Jan) Schall, who died July 2, at the age of 75 by holding a memorial service on Oct. 15, .
Jan Schall, retired Riverside City College personnel and director of RCC’s Study Abroad Program, has died. Schall was 75 years old when she died July 2.
Posted: April 29, 2015 | Written by Tyler Reese Crystal clear blue waters and sparkling white beaches with the sweet scent of salty ocean air will be home to over 25 students from Riverside City College during their 18 day summer tour in Greece. “Summer in Greece, the Cradle of Civilization” will be taking place
Posted Dec. 3, 2014 | Printed Dec. 1, 2014 Writing Center surveys students The Writing and Reading Center is conducting a 10-question survey of all students enrolled in a WRC Lab course. The survey is part of an effort to allocate resources appropriately in the WRC, according to an email sent to students Nov. 19.
Shamir Aleem | Staff Writer Oct. 16, 2014 The Riverside Community College District Office of International Education is offering a study abroad program in Dublin, Ireland for the very first time during the spring semester of 2015. According to Jan Schall, director of the International Education program at Riverside City College, affordability and safety for
Author of “The Pentagon Paper,” and former RAND employee speaks to full house on the rise, or not, of China. JOSA LAMONT | STAFF EDITOR Mel Gurtov gave a lecture on the threat level of China’s current foothold in global politics. On Oct. 24 at 3 p.m. he presented to a crowd of students and faculty who resorted to standing