By Jacob Quezada Quarantine, infection, social distancing and disease have become an all too common part of our lexicon. Measures to take a hold of viral infections have shaped our lifestyle and industry. For Southern California citrus growers and essential agricultural workers, quarantine protocols for the infectious bacterial disease huanglongbing (HLB) antedates COVID-19. The incurable
By Erik Galicia The wreckage of our pasts can in some cases create unjust barriers that stifle our potential for the future. The Transitioning Minds club of Riverside City College is working to break down those barriers for students who have done their time. The club paired up with UC Riverside’s Underground Scholars Initiative to
By Clarissa Corral Five Riverside City College alumni met for the Peer Mentor Transfer Panel on March 15 to answer recurring questions that students have about what the transfer process is like at RCC. Panel members pushed the idea of being responsible for your education, being informed and being prepared before, after and during the
By Samantha Bartholomew With a little over two months before the Board of Trustees elections, the Riverside Community College District Faculty Association formally challenged the candidate designations of Brian Hawley and Sam Davis. “During (Davis’s) short tenure, which can easily be characterized as a complete disaster,” Rhonda Taube, RCCDFA president, said in an email. “Mr.
Riverside City College will be hosting a panel that will feature former RCC students as they discuss their transfer process to University of California, Riverside. Panelists include Heidi Holman, Rachael Karp, Hannah Bosun, Sarah Estawani, Katia Mejia, Sabika Abidi and Melissa Fernandez. The event will take place in the RCC Cafeteria from 12:40-1:40 p.m. on
Everyone hits rough patches in their life. For some, these rough patches can take such a toll that it prevents success. For others, there’s no choice but to rise above the adversity.
University of California Riverside held a Trump protest Nov. 10.
Riverside City College entered a three round nationwide competition for community colleges and qualified for the second round, placing RCC in the top 10 percentile nationwide.
Protestors are set to rally on the campus of over 100 community colleges and universities across the United States on Nov. 12, pressing for cancellation of all student debt, free tuition at public colleges and a minimum wage of $15 an hour for college campus workers.
Posted: March 12, 2015 | Written by Laura Tapia In a three-way invitational at the Wheelock Stadium March 7, the Riverside City College Track and Field team ran against UC Riverside and Cal State Fullerton, making history, as this was RCC’s first meet against UCR. According to Riverside’s head coach Jim McCarron; RCC is the