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RCCD's Distinguished Faculty Member of the Year

Valley Vista sits down with Dr. Biancardi

Recently Valley Vista News sat down with Dr. Fabian Biancardi who teaches political science at Moreno Valley College and was named RCCD’s Distinguished Faculty Member of the Year.

As Distinguished Faculty Lecturer, Dr.Biancardi recently spoke at each of the three campuses addressing serious faults of American Exceptionalism, and we caught up with him to ask a few questions.

MVC Weekly

Weekly Questionnaire

Anyone watching the news lately knows the Ferguson protests and the civil rights demonstrations in Baltimore, both of which have garnered attention through the use of social media and the hashtag, "#blacklivesmatter."

Whatever your opinion on these shootings, riots, protests, or politics, it is happening nation-wide, constantly on the breaking news, impossible to ignore.

MVC Weekly

MVC Veg Association Hosts Vegetarian Week

Thrive Strive without Deprive to Lessen World Suffering

The Veg Association of Moreno Valley College presented Vegetarian Week, from May 18 to 20 on campus in the free speech area from 12 P.M. to 5 P.M. each day.

The emphasis for the event was to educate and inform students at MVC the value of veganism in order to "Thrive, Strive Without Deprive to Lessen World Suffering."

veg club

Stress Less Day

Moreno Valley College hosted Stress Less Day on April 23 in the John Coudures Plaza, intended to teach and educate staff and students of the importance of becoming stress-free, through a variety

Stress-less Day

Calculus Choir (C^2)

A Fun Study Group

C^2, pronounced  "see-squared," is a small study group created by and for Mat-1B (Calculus II) and Phy-4B (Physics Electromagnetism) students at Moreno Valley College.  

The Whole Group at Work (except for Bryan who's on his phone)

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RCCD's Distinguished Faculty Member of the Year

Valley Vista sits down with Dr. Biancardi

Recently Valley Vista News sat down with Dr. Fabian Biancardi who teaches political science at Moreno Valley College and was named RCCD’s Distinguished Faculty Member of the Year.

As Distinguished Faculty Lecturer, Dr.Biancardi recently spoke at each of the three campuses addressing serious faults of American Exceptionalism, and we caught up with him to ask a few questions.

MVC Weekly

Weekly Questionnaire

Anyone watching the news lately knows the Ferguson protests and the civil rights demonstrations in Baltimore, both of which have garnered attention through the use of social media and the hashtag, "#blacklivesmatter."

Whatever your opinion on these shootings, riots, protests, or politics, it is happening nation-wide, constantly on the breaking news, impossible to ignore.

MVC Weekly

MVC Veg Association Hosts Vegetarian Week

Thrive Strive without Deprive to Lessen World Suffering

The Veg Association of Moreno Valley College presented Vegetarian Week, from May 18 to 20 on campus in the free speech area from 12 P.M. to 5 P.M. each day.

The emphasis for the event was to educate and inform students at MVC the value of veganism in order to "Thrive, Strive Without Deprive to Lessen World Suffering."

veg club

Stress Less Day

Moreno Valley College hosted Stress Less Day on April 23 in the John Coudures Plaza, intended to teach and educate staff and students of the importance of becoming stress-free, through a variety

Stress-less Day

Calculus Choir (C^2)

A Fun Study Group

C^2, pronounced  "see-squared," is a small study group created by and for Mat-1B (Calculus II) and Phy-4B (Physics Electromagnetism) students at Moreno Valley College.  

The Whole Group at Work (except for Bryan who's on his phone)

Opinions

Eroding Foundation Under a House of Cards

The United States Congress can be likened to an angry, sweaty wrestling match between opponents that have locked each other in chokeholds, neither making any progress.

Or, if you prefer the non-violent analogy, a loaf of bread stale enough to be added to your mother’s rock garden.

Underwood 2016 tee

Social Networking

Social networks can be tempting during school hours to communicate with peers and other necessities they might have. But social networking could also be a distraction.

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.

Student Views on Books

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.

E-Books

The Pain and Gain of Rain

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.

Car Fool or School Star?

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.

Sports

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.

World Cup 2014

The world cup is the event everybody is anxious for it to start because it takes place every four years, from June 12 through July 12.

It’s been four years from the last FIFA World Cup in which Spain took the trophy in South Africa, leaving them as the best of the world for these past years.

Arts and Entertainment

Wild: A Film Review

The story of one woman's journey through wilderness and through tragedy, Reese Witherspoon brings an immense amount of depth and rawness to the visually striking Wild.

Wild's Theatrical Release Poster

"Jiro Dreams of Sushi": A Review

Jiro Dreams of Sushi is an American documentary film released in 2011 and directed by David Gelb.

The film follows sushi master Jiro Ono, 85 years old at the time the film was shot.

jiro

John Wick Movie Review

John Wick is definitely a must see for anyone wanting to enjoy a fresh new rejuvenation in the assassin movie genre, post-Kill Bill.

It's a commercial (if not critical) revival for actor Keanu Reeves.

John Wick

The Judge Movie Review

Both Robert Downey Jr. and Robert Duvall star in the newly released film The Judge.

Duvall is an Oscar winner for his role in Tender Mercies (1983) and noted for roles in Apocalypse Now, A Civil Action, The Great Santini, and The Godfather.

The Judge Poster

"The Simpsons Guy" Review

 

 

This past Sunday, Fox brought two of America’s favorite families and had them under the same roof for Family Guy's 13th season premiere.    

The Simpsons Guy

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