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Jasmin Reyes Speaks Out About Plans for Rio

Jasmin Reyes Speaks Out About Plans for Rio

Alex Rodriguez, Staff Writer
November 28
Filed under News

Vice president candidate to the Associated Students of Rio Hondo College, Jasmine Reyes is running head on full survivor mode with opposing candidate Victoria Diaz. Both candidate students have been campaigning since Virginia Gumming stepped down from the position earlier this semester. Both candidates ...

Your voice, Your vote

Your voice, Your vote

Rose Angel, Staff Writer
October 26
Filed under News

The Associative Students of Rio Hondo College (ASRHC) sponsored a voter registration event Tuesday, October 18, in the mid quad featuring POWER 106, Be the Change, and representatives from the Los Angeles County office of registrar-recorder/county clerk. Aside from helping people register to vote, the ev...

Student Spotlight: Ruth Hernandez

Student Spotlight: Ruth Hernandez

Sandra Reyes, Staff Writer
October 19
Filed under Lifestyles

As a student at Rio Hondo College, Ruth Hernandez has dedicated her time to her studies and to helping people on or around the campus. Hernandez has been a student at Rio Hondo since Fall of 2014 but during her first year she was not as involved in school as she would have wished, she explained ...

Future of Rio Hondo’s student government in jeopardy after Associated Student President resigns

Future of Rio Hondo’s student government in jeopardy after Associated Student President resigns

Zachary Mejia, News Editor
October 10
Filed under Top Stories

Virginia Gumming, president of the Associated Students for Rio Hondo College, officially resigned from her position Monday, August 22. Andrew Gonzalez, the student body’s vice president, has since been elevated to president. Gonzalez’s ascension has left the vice presidency and Inter Club Council chairman...

Josue Alvarado: a product of the community

Josue Alvarado: a product of the community

Zachary Mejia, Managing Editor
September 27
Filed under Lifestyles

Last April Rio Hondo alumni Josue Alvarado was elected to represent the first district of Whittier in the new district-wide election system the city had adopted. Alvarado’s ascension is not only historic because it is the first to occur in the new voting system, but it is also the first time that district...

GO RIO fees pass in the ASRHC Spring Ballot

Victor Lozano, Staff Writer
May 20
Filed under News, Top Stories

Students voted for two GO RIO fees that will now affect bus users and non-bus users in the next two years on the Associated Students of Rio Hondo College Spring Election Ballot. GO RIO is a program offered by Rio Hondo and gives students access to a Transit Access Pass card to use with certain bus ...

Student election registration open

Zackary Mejia, Staff Writer
April 15
Filed under News, Top Stories

Applications for the Associative Students of Rio Hondo College, are available to all eligible students as of April 4. Those interested in running for office can go to their Rio Hondo email and open the “ASRHC Elections- Applications Open!” copy the Orgsync URL and head to the website to fill out...

Discover Rio and Club Rush to be held Feb. 23 and 24

Discover Rio and Club Rush to be held Feb. 23 and 24

Ryan Guerrero, Managing Editor
February 22
Filed under News Briefs & Upcoming Events

Spring semester is now four weeks in and it's time for the arrival of both Discover Rio and Club Rush events on campus. The events will take place on Feb. 23 and 24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the lower quad. Students are encouraged to attend to learn more about RHC clubs, meet the ASRHC leadership,...

ASRHC Cultural Diversity Committee presents Multicultural Book Drive

ASRHC Cultural Diversity Committee presents Multicultural Book Drive

Ryan Guerrero, Managing Editor
February 16
Filed under News Briefs & Upcoming Events

The ASRHC Cultural Diversity Committee is currently hosting their Multicultural Book Drive, a book drive that will benefit the Rio Hondo Children's Development Center, through Feb. 19. The committee is asking students and faculty to donate books that are not being used, in particular books featuring...

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