By Saida Maalin Keynote speaker Hill Harper joked about shooting a new movie in Riverside because he wasn’t aware how much the city resembles Los Angeles. He discussed how anyone interested can get involved in ongoing projects with his nonprofit foundation Manifest Your Destiny and with the production of his movie that could be filmed
By Corey Robinson Speech can be a powerful and creative tool that forms the personal style and expresses the passion from deep inside the speaker. Sunshine Matthews from the Ujima Project’s artist showcase made such an impact. The Ujima Student Club President Leilatou Nikiema coordinated a Black History Month themed artist showcase and contest
An Open Forum will be held with Riverside Community College District and Local Police on May 18 from 12:45-2:30pm in the Digital Library Auditorium.
With the arrival of the fall semester the Student Equity Program is here to help students who are in need of textbooks, free gas money and food.
Posted: March 11, 2015 | Written by Aja Sanders Hopeful club members filled the campus quad at Riverside City College for the Spring 2015 Club Rush event as they passed out goodies and flyers with encouraging words. Clubs aspire to make collaborative efforts and raise awareness among the college’s student body. There are several clubs