Project Semicolon




     While most of the notable names in computer science history both to majors and non-majors alike boil down to a few names like Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg.
Open Letter to Women Engineering Majors

Student Spotlight: Tyesha Green

Tyesha Green is one of the many unique and determinedly hard working students here at MVC.  Tyesha was born in Los Angeles but has lived in Moreno Valley most of her life. She’s attended MVC for almost 2 years, having began February 2014, and plans on acquiring her associates degree before transferring to FIDM to get a degree in fashion.


People Kill People But Guns Assist

By: Gabriella Valdez

       In the United States we all have a strong history heritage of freedom. We believe strongly in our rights and our amendments. One of those being the second amendment which is the right to bear arms. After the events that occurred in Las Vegas on October 1 the question on everyone’s mind is if we need a stronger gun policy.

A Nation of Immigrants

Written by Gabriella Valdez

           On the 5th of September, President Trump sent Attorney General Jeff Sessions to announce the decision to rescind the DACA program. This policy was written by the Obama administration in 2012 and gives undocumented young people who were brought to our country illegally, the authorization to work and go to school legally for a 2-year span.

Project Semicolon



Awareness Needs to Be Included in Faith


Story written by Mykaila Jackson

            Once we start believe in things that matter to us, we need to understand what we’re willing to believe in any situation that appears to us; we shouldn’t ignore or choose to be oblivious to the issues.

Power Rangers Movie Review


Mighty Morphing Power Rangers, a childhood show that many beloved 90’s children watched.

Power Rangers


RCC Tigers (7-1) vs. Chaffey Panthers (5-3)

The powerhouse RCC Tigers with their 7-1 record head into Grigsby Field to face off against conference rival Chaffey College who post a record of 5-3. 

The last two weeks the RCC Tigers have been faced with tough competition against opponents Mt. San Antonio and Long Beach as the Tigers came out victorious in both match ups.

RCC Kicker

Football Preview: Mt.San Antonio Mounties (6-1) vs RCC Tigers (5-1)

This week the Riverside City College (RCC) Tigers Football Team will play host to Mount San Antonio Mounties in a conference showdown at Wheelock Stadium. Last year, these two teams played with the Tigers edging out Mounties in a 33-30 victory.

RCC Tigers Football

Tigers (2-0) Set to Do Battle against Grossmont (1-1)

Riverside City College's Tigers are off to another impressive football season.

The Tigers are currently 2-0 to start of the 2014 season, with wins coming against Bakersfield, in which RCC ran right through 51-3 and in an exciting game last week against Saddleback in a double overtime win 37-34.

Norco Mustangs take a Tough Loss

The girl's soccer team starts off pre-season with a 7-1 loss.

Thursday, August 28th, Norco College girls' soccer team headed out to Mt. San Antonio College for the first game of season.

After a whole summer of training two to three hours a day, the girls felt they were ready for the win.

Unfortunately, almost half of the team had obtained injuries in the previous weeks and were not capable of performing at their best.

Arts and Entertainment

Get Out movie review

story written by Mykaila Jackson

Get Out

Identity LA

A Concert and Celebration for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

This event was presented by the City of Los Angeles, council member David Ryu, and the International Secret Agents (a premiere platform for celebrating Asian Youth Culture and it’s global influences).

Identity LA

Logan Movie Review

**SPOILER ALERT: If you are reading this, you should one have seen every X-Men movie in the trilogy already or not care whether that you have**



Uncovered Final Fantasy

Uncovered Final Fantasy XV was hosted at the Shrine Auditorium on March 30, which unveiled one of the most anticipated video game release d


Captain America: Civil War Review

Many comic book lovers have anticipated this movie since it's announcement in 2014. Captain America: Civil War hit theaters in the US on May 6.

Captain America

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