By: Monique Berduo / Staff Writer
Traveling from across the country to hold the coveted title of Riverside City College’s new Athletic Director, Derrick Johnson is a man well equipped for the job with an intensive background not just in sports but mass communications and journalism.
By: Javier Cabrera / editor-in-chief
Viewpoints made multiple factual errors in its last issue.
RCC football gets the win over Citrus College with a overtime field goal
With nails bitten down to the bone and hearts skipping a beat, everyone at Citrus Stadium awaited the Tyler Rausa overtime field goal attempt.
RCC football outscored El Camino for a 63-35 victory
Riverside City College football never got the message that the game started at 1 p.m., instead it waited until the second quarter to go to work offensively.
By: Matthew Dziak / Viewpoints’ RCC beat writerRCC football holds off Fullerton, 45-28
With his cleats dug into his end zone, Zach Adkins stared down 99 yards of field and led his offense on a six play touchdown drive.
By: Tabitha Caranza / Staff writer
The nuisance’s on campus harassing students while walking to class have caused such a problem that they are being removed. …
By: Devon Everett / Staff Writer
Self-defense apparently means different things to different people. To George Zimmerman, it means that he can shoot an unarmed black kid and get away with it because of the kid’s appearance.…
By: Jordan Ward / Staff writer Associate Students of Riverside City College discuss the prospects of Proposition 30 passing or fail
The boom of a microphone invited willing listeners to the steps of the Martin Luther King Jr. Teaching and Learning Center to increase awareness over propositions…
By: Brianne Mcclaflin / Asstistant News Editor
The main message conveyed during the editorial briefing on Sept. 26, held by California’s Community College Chancellor’s Office, was that colleges are at risk if Proposition 30 does not pass this November.
By: Tim Cornell / Staff Writer
An offense heavy second half leads the Riverside City College Tigers to a victory in their first game of the California Baptist University Lancer Invite on Sept. 28.
By: Travis West / staff writer
The Riverside City College women’s water polo team was handed its first loss, 12-9, at the hands of their rival, the Golden West College Rustlers on Sept. 29.…
By: Jeremy Fuerte / News Editor
After a brief period of uncertainty on Sept. 28, in which the Instructional Media Center forgot about a scheduled event at Riverside City College’s digital library, students shuffled into an art classroom to hear from…