Club Rush was held at Moreno Valley College campus during 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 4 to 6 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday September 23 to the 24.
Its purpose was to get students involved in clubs on campus and a chance for clubs to present themselves to the student body and get new members.
The Moreno Valley College held a music event on Tuesday, May 27, from 12:50p.m to 1:50p.m in the Student Financial Services building, featuring Patrick Blackwell and Wayne Hinton.
Patrick Blackwell is a bass-baritone opera singer, and his partner Wayne Hinton is a skilled pianist.
Moreno Valley College’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Student Alliance, sponsored by the Multicultural Advisory Council, hosted MVC’s Sixth Annual Harvey Milk Day Celebration on May 22, from 12:50 to 1:50 PM, in order to celebrate the legacy he has on our campus.
Coming to attend Moreno Valley College, students mostly think of subjects such as English, mathematics, science, and history, yet there is one simple course that relates to everyday life: physical education.
The everyday aspect of taking your health for granted and not taking the time for a simple workout can lead to plenty of health issues later on in life.
Finals are quickly approaching for Moreno Valley College students. With only a few weeks left of the spring term students are preparing themselves for the tests soon to come. Whatever they’re doing it is their best way to prepare themselves for whatever final they're going to be taking.
As teacher appreciation week is approaching soon, Dr. Valerie Zapata is a well known and not only appreciated but has become an inspiration to her students. With her vibrant smile she shows her passion not only through her teachings but through her students.
Depending on how it’s being utilized, but sometimes they can be a helpful tool.
When they are present in class, social networks should be kept aside.
Books are important to the college lifestyle. Students need them for their classes and sometimes they just want books to read. These days students have the option to choose what kind of book they want. They can have a physical book they carry around or if they have some sort of electronic device they can download a whole book into and carry the device around.
Less than a month into the semester, a downpour hit the Southern Californian region and claimed it as its own. From flooding to minor evacuations, the rain failed to cease its relentless torrent. “This rain is insanity. I can’t even get to the bus stop down the street. Luckily it’s the weekend, but I hope that the rain doesn’t go into the week.
In today’s economic style of living, one must choose between certain aspects of life and prioritize it, by needs and wants. A necessity is something that one needs in order to function, at least fluidly, such as a car, whereas a want, is something that one wants to attain for simple joy and pleasure, such as a brand new car or the car of one’s dreams.
Moreno Valley College has been quiet lately besides the laughter and excitement of the students' voices. The campus has been missing some good wonderful music. Our campus has not had music playing on the televisions inside or outside the Lions' Den. Recently I have investigated the reason on why the school has decided to quit playing the funny, goofy, exciting music videos by MTVu.
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.