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  • Caravan migrants break Guatemala border fence, rush Mexico
  • Desert Daze Seventh Annual Festival
  • This Is How You Know You’re Being Ghosted
  • The Battle of Words & Witches: Banks vs Del Rey
  • Dia de Los Muertos Art and Music Festival in Uptown Whittier
  • Speaking Out for Those Who Can’t
  • We Appreciate You RHC Tutors
  • Review: Venom
  • Caravan migrants break Guatemala border fence, rush Mexico
    News

    Caravan migrants break Guatemala border fence, rush Mexico

    Sonia Perez D. and Mark Stevenson | AP

    October 19, 2018

    TECUN UMAN, Guatemala — Migrants traveling in a mass caravan burst through a Guatemalan border fence and streamed by the thousands toward Mexican territory on Friday, defying Mexican authorities’ entreaties for an orderly crossing and U.S. President ...

    A boy cries as he is brought back down after an unsuccessful attempt to lift him over a border fence, in Tecun Uman, Guatemala, Friday, Oct. 19, 2018. Earlier in the day, waving Honduran flags and carrying umbrellas to protect against the sun, thousands of migrants arrived at the Guatemalan side of the border with Mexico, demanding they be allowed passage.

    Oliver de Ros/Associated Press

  • Desert Daze Seventh Annual Festival
    A&E

    Desert Daze Seventh Annual Festival

    Cesar E. Gonzalez, Opinion Editor

    October 19, 2018

      When it comes to epic music festivals what are some names that come to mind? Woodstock, Coachella, Governor’s Ball, Austin City Limits are just some to name a few. However, since 2011 to the present-day Desert Daze has also bumped its...

    Lee Kiernan performing at Desert Daze 3 day Festival in Lake Perris State Recreation Area, CA.

    Vincent Franco

  • This Is How You Know You’re Being Ghosted
    Lifestyles

    This Is How You Know You’re Being Ghosted

    Betsy Segura, Staff Writer

    October 18, 2018

    Urban Dictionary defines the term ghosted when someone you’re interested in, disappears without explanation. Being ignored by your significant other like they dropped off the face of the earth can be frustrating. But how do you know if they’re...

    Dating brings more complications with the term ghosting and is used as a way to break off a relationship.

    Photo Illustration/ Erika Suarez

  • The Battle of Words & Witches: Banks vs Del Rey
    Opinion

    The Battle of Words & Witches: Banks vs Del Rey

    Cesar E. Gonzalez, Opinion Editor

    October 18, 2018

    Azealia Banks is a well-known music artist, producer, and rapper. After her 2017 album, Slay-Z, she worked in releasing her top singles, “Treasure Island” and “Anna Wintour.” She has also made a debut in the documentary, “Love Beats Rhymes”...

    When it comes to casting herself as the villain, Azealia Banks has raised her wand of opinions against Lana Del Rey. Both women are known to have affiliation with using witchcraft.

    Photo Illustration/ Luis Gutierrez

  • Dia de Los Muertos Art and Music Festival in Uptown Whittier
    A&E

    Dia de Los Muertos Art and Music Festival in Uptown Whittier

    Noah Garcia, Associate Editor

    October 17, 2018

    Casita del Pueblo’s annual Dia de Los Muertos Art and Music Festival filled the streets of uptown Whittier, Sunday, October 15. The streets were filled with altars, a car show, vendors, food trucks, performers, face painters and live music. READ MORE »»

    Winner of the child's Catrin contest, Avery Lomeli , October 14, 2018

    Noah Garcia

  • Speaking Out for Those Who Can’t
    News

    Speaking Out for Those Who Can’t

    Diana Juarez, Managing Editor

    October 15, 2018

    The Women’s and Children’s Crisis Shelter (WCCS) of Whittier hosted its 4th annual Lip Sync Event this past Oct. 4th at the Whittier Community Theater. The event was created to kick off Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Which helps victims and...

    The Whittier Host Lyons won the Lip Sync event hosted by the Women's and Children's Crisis Shelter, helping them raise money for their charity.

    Diana Juarez

  • We Appreciate You RHC Tutors
    Lifestyles

    We Appreciate You RHC Tutors

    Erika Suarez, Digital Editor-in-Chief

    October 12, 2018

    It is National Tutoring Appreciation Week for our tutors of Rio Hondo College.  READ MORE »»

    Take advantage of free tutoring for midterms.

    Photo Illustration/ Erika Suarez

  • Review: Venom
    A&E

    Review: Venom

    Jaime Aparicio, Arts and Entertainment Editor

    October 12, 2018

    Marvel brings a new universe in the film Venom. Most of the box-office success belongs to Marvel Studios. While Spider-Man is linked with Marvel Studios from Sony Pictures. Sony decides to take a different route with Spidey-related characters and build t...

    Tom Harding as Marvel's Venom.

    Sony Pictures

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Angry Baby Trump Balloon Makes a Visit Over Downtown LA

AP Photo/Richard Vogel

A Baby Donald Trump Blimp was seen in Downtown LA for Politicon convention that will feature politicians and entertainers.

Caravan migrants break Guatemala border fence, rush Mexico

Caravan migrants break Guatemala border fence, rush Mexico

October 19, 2018

TECUN UMAN, Guatemala — Migrants traveling in a mass caravan burst through a Guatemalan border fence...

National Coming Out Day Event

October 18, 2018

Rio Hondo’s event for National Coming Day brought a speaker to students that made an impact on students. Dr....

Breast Cancer Awareness Walk

October 18, 2018

Monica De La Cruz and The Associated Students of Rio Hondo College teamed up with Laura Verdugo, CARE...

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Women’s Volleyball: Lady Roadrunners Lose its Third Game in a Row

Ignacio Cervantes, Sports Editor | October 18, 2018

The East Los Angeles College Huskies rolled into Rio Hondo’s Gym and swept the Rio Hondo Lady Roadrunners in three games to hand the hosts its third consecutive defeat Wednesday night. The loss puts the Lady Roadrunners record at 1-3 in the South Coast Conference-North and with that a position in last place in the division. Head coach Teddi Esko’s ladies lost each game by less than five points...

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Women’s Volleyball: Pasadena City College Defeats Lady Roadrunners

Michael Khuraibet, Reporter | October 16, 2018

Wednesday, Oct. 10, Rio Hondo College lost to the Pasadena City College Lancers in three sets, continuing the Lady Roadrunners rough season. The loss comes after a win against Mt. San Antonio and a narrow defeat against Chaffey College earlier this month. Rio head coach Teddi Esko said she was unhappy with her team’s performance against the Lancers. “I don’t know if we overshot our confidence,...

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Men’s Water Polo: Long Beach City Drown Roadrunners

Jacobo Garrido, Reporter | October 16, 2018

Rio Hondo men's Water Polo (4-17) fell to South Coast Conference powerhouse Long Beach City College Vikings (13-4) at Long Beach’s pool 21 to 7. Leaving Rio Hondo with a 1-4 record in conference, Long Beach was ranked as high as two in Southern California last season and remains at no. 1 in the conference.     Although the game was a tough loss for the visitors, two Roadrunners stood out throughout...

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Desert Daze Seventh Annual Festival

Vincent Franco

Lee Kiernan performing at Desert Daze 3 day Festival in Lake Perris State Recreation Area, CA.

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This Is How You Know You’re Being Ghosted

Photo Illustration/ Erika Suarez

Dating brings more complications with the term ghosting and is used as a way to break off a relationship.

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The Battle of Words & Witches: Banks vs Del Rey

Photo Illustration/ Luis Gutierrez

When it comes to casting herself as the villain, Azealia Banks has raised her wand of opinions against Lana Del Rey. Both women are known to have affiliation with using witchcraft.

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