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A new era in birthing

Sara Winterburn, Staff Writer
November 12, 2012
Filed under Lifestyles

  Almost everything is recorded, photographed, or posted on a social networking site these days. Why would birthing be any different? In previous times, men weren't even allowed to be in the room when women were giving birth, then when they were finally let in, it was still a sacred moment...

Stay wary on Whittier trail

Joleen Yep, Staff writer
November 5, 2012
Filed under Lifestyles

So as many college students like to stay fit and in shape, there are ways to keep it simple and not have to pay to attend a gym. Most families, college students, and just regular runners for track and field do occasionally run the trail that is located in the center of Palm Park. It’s a nice way for...

Men’s fashion

Shaylah Leisenring, Staff Writer
November 2, 2012
Filed under Lifestyles

Men have a lot of stylish new clothes coming out for the Fall season and can easily mix and match styles.   This season is more about sticking to your summer clothes and not having to deal with heavy clothing. This season you can mix and match your cargo shorts with a flanel shirt and a pair of sanda...

Top list of women’s Halloween costumes

Shayah Leisenring, Staff Writer
October 30, 2012
Filed under Lifestyles

Women live for this holiday for one reason, maybe two. The reasons are of course dressing up into cute, funny, scary or sexy costumes depending on their personality and candy. Ever since childhood its has been a fun thing for a girl to play dress up and to act like a certain character that they see...

Mind over taste? Or taste over mind?

Sara Winterburn, Staff Writer
October 25, 2012
Filed under Lifestyles

It's standard, all day we are thinking about that snack we are so excited for.  That food we see someone else eating and have to have it.  And somehow our food metaphors even have a way of making their way into our thoughts about people. You see a yummy guy, or meet the sweetest person in the world. Lots...

Dare to enter ‘Dark Harbor’

Chu-Ling Yee, Staff Writer
October 22, 2012
Filed under Lifestyles

  Scary Mary has once again risen and she’s been awfully lonely. The captain wants you to join the crew. How about dancing with the mistress, Graceful Gail? Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor is filled with creatures that are waiting to give you a good scare. Majority of college students are...

Dating daily

Joleen Yep, Staff Writer
October 1, 2012
Filed under Lifestyles

Now that were in college, it’s the time for growing up and maturing for the better. Getting a car, getting a job, having a daily routine and starting life, though sometimes we must admit that we forget to fit in the people we date. Has there ever been and argument when all you do is fight about...

All about propositions 30 and 32

Joleen Yep, Staff Writer
September 30, 2012
Filed under Lifestyles

As students there are things in politics worth looking up. As such the propositions behind the candidacy of our future presidents are just as important as voting for future laws that might be passed. The propositions that involve students and taxes are propositions thirty and thirty-two. Proposition...

Los Angeles County Fair

Victor Quintero, Sports Editor
September 26, 2012
Filed under Lifestyles

The LA County Fair has mustered up innovative ways to explore around the fairgrounds. Gondola riding, zip lining, bungee jumping, and bull riding domination; all backed by the lingering aroma of mountains of curly fries, half pound juicy burgers, and jumbo hot dogs. The art section of the fair is...

The new Associate Student Body President

Daisy Lopez, Lifestyles Editor
September 20, 2012
Filed under Lifestyles

Irina Alejandra Barajas is the new ASB president for this year. She began attending Rio Hondo in the fall of 09’ and she started off as ASB secretary, then she became club president and after that she became a student ambassador. Last year she was ASB vice president and this year she is finally the...

Local Mexican Dining

Jacob Chavira, Staff Writer
September 17, 2012
Filed under Lifestyles

When searching around the Monterey Park area, where the population is mostly Asian, it’s not only hard to find a Mexican restaurant, but it’s even harder to find an authentic Mexican restaurant. Most restaurants now are more Americanized and don’t taste nothing alike grandmothers cooking back...

Our Year Elections

Joleen Yep, Staff Writer
September 17, 2012
Filed under Lifestyles

Most incoming freshmen are freshly eighteen; therefore the Presidential Election this November will be the freshman’s first. Those who are registered will get the opportunity to vote for this coming year’s next president between Mitt Romney and our current president Barack Obama. Some students...

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