By: Clarissa Corral Katy Azevedo was given special honors for her participation in the 4th Annual Combat Cancer Walk hosted at Norco College, as she actively battles cancer herself. Norco College campus was painted pink for the day with hues, from pale to hot pink as about a thousand participants and supporters wore all the
My legs wobbled as I sat down near the white powdery line of the soccer field. I slid down my sock as blood gushed down my knee and I quickly wiped it. My body ached and my feet hurt, but I hurried back on the field to the match.
Preview of the Riverside City College women’s water polo team for the upcoming season.
MARISSA BOSTICK | INTERIM OPINIONS ED. From costly procedures to the next fad diet women everywhere think they need to alter themselves to get ahead in life. Is it survival of the fittest in some acute sense that pushes women to change themselves? In their minds, is it their personal truth that only the beautiful prevail?
James Williams | Sports Editor Sophomore Cherylain Dizon and the Riverside City College Volleyball team defeated the Saddleback Gauchos, 25-14, 21-25, 25-6, 25-20 in the season finale. Dizon had 20 kills and 10 digs in her final game as a member of the Tigers. Deborah Catanese contributed to the victory with 19 kills and five digs. Jennifer Norton had 36
Alejandra Garcia | Staff Writer Fashion is not just a fad or a pastime for Riverside City College students Tania Herrera and Alicia Ahumada. It’s a passion, a lifestyle, and they are also making their dream a reality, with encouragement from their friends. Herrera and Ahumada launched Stitch Witches, a vintage, do-it-yourself clothing company, in the hopes of creating a path for themselves. They started their