Riverside City College basketball host tip-off luncheon

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Updated: Oct. 30, 2015 | Written by Laura Tapia

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Interim athletic director Jim Wooldridge and the Riverside City College basketball team’s hosted the inaugural Tiger Tip-off Luncheon on Oct. 29.

The luncheon was held in order to introduce this year’s members of the basketball programs and the college’s interim athletic director to RCC’s faculty and staff.

Wooldridge stated that while discussing ways of connecting the programs to people on the campus like students, faculty and community members with women’s basketball coach Alicia Berber and men’s basketball coach Philip Mathews, they came up with the concept of the luncheon.

While attendees were entered into a raffle for a chance to win prizes like RCC basketball shirts, what they took from the luncheon was much greater.

Inspirational speeches by RCC sports hall of famers Sam D. Knight and Mike Barnes, ignited the crowd and players alike.

Barnes, a…

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VIDEO: Giving fried frog legs a try

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Members of the Riverside City College Viewpoints staff tried fried frog legs at the 2015 LA County Fair. Check out what they think of the fair’s unique treat.

Alexis’ Review

Fried frog legs aren’t my thing. My first bite into the tiny, overpriced fried amphibian limb wasn’t too bad, but the more I ate the more I realized that they tasted very similar to the smell of frogs. Which, to me, is not very appetizing. The taste was a perfect mixture of chicken and fish and although I am a fan of both, this meat did not appeal to me at all. I could see why someone who enjoys salty, veiny meat would enjoy this rare delicacy but I will stick to the classic chicken strip.

Laura’s Review

The fair is known for its exotic foods by many visitors, however not all are courageous enough to try a fried frog…

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