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Tower of Food

We live in a world dominated by an endless parade of contestants striving to become top chefs, iron chefs, stars on various food channels, cupcake bakers, cons scamming judges into thinking they are cooks. 329 more words

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What Does Your Underwear Say About Your Grilling Preferences?

With Memorial Day Weekend on the near horizon, it’s officially time to kick off grilling season. Before long, friends and family will crowd around the barbecue to claim burgers, dogs, steaks, chicken, veggies, and other fresh-from-the-grill goodies. 371 more words


Riverside City College to post job openings

The Riverside City College Student Employment Program will post job openings for the 2017-2018 school year June 1.

The program was created to help promote student learning by locating on-campus and off-campus work sites. 55 more words

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RCC's Marching Tigers selected to march in 2018 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Riverside City College Marching Tigers were selected May 18 to perform in the 2018 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, representing the state of California.

RCC’s Marching Tigers will join the parade to the call of Let’s Have a Parade, the iconic phrase that has signaled the start of every Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade since 1924. 77 more words

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RCC Law Society to host open house for students

The Riverside City College Law Society will be hosting an open house in order to provide information to students about the transferring process and finding internship opportunities May 26 from 11:30 a.m. 65 more words

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RCC alumnus to speak to students

Riverside City College alumnus Dr. Jorge Torres will return to campus to share his academic journey with students.

Torres, who has a doctorate from UCLA, graduated from RCC in spring 2008 and transferred to UC Berkeley to earn a degree in molecular and cell biology with an emphasis in immunology and pathogenesis. 47 more words

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Ongoing Spotlight - May 23, 2017


As a sequel to “Prometheus,” the new Ridley Scott sci-fi action adventure “Alien: Covenant” toys with the idea of exploring not only the ongoing origins of the xenomorphs, but humanity and sets up parallels with the relationship we might have with our makers and how evolving artificial intelligence – in the form of androids like David (from “Prometheus”) and Walter (the robotic assistant on the “Covenant” colony ship). 112 more words