Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

What you didnt know about dogs

What You Didn’t Know About Dogs

Alyson Gonzalez, Print Editor in Chief March 19, 2021

Woof! Woof! Do you really know your dog? Ever wondered more things about your furry friends than beside its name and breed. How much do you know about your furry best friend. Here are 5 facts you didn't know about dogs. Some dogs have strong enough noses to sniff out medical conditions. Dogs can be...

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How to Cope with Social Stress

How to Cope with Social Stress

John Rodriguez March 18, 2021

Everyone at some point or another has dealt with social stress. We have dealt with stress that may stem from one's relationships with other people. We may have also dealt with stress from our social environment in general. It is without doubt that social stress is a growing problem in our society. When...

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Elf x Chipotle New Makeup Collaboration

Mimi Castellanos March 16, 2021

While E.l.f. Cosmetics begin releasing new and captivating products, they comeback to surprise us with a special collaboration. E.l.f. and Chipotle meet again with another jaw dropping, stomach growling collection for makeup gurus to try. A little over a year ago, E.l.f. and Chipotle first collaborated...

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When you start college, you are probably thinking of owning your own car. There are many things to keep an eye out for when choosing the right vehicle.

Choosing Your First Car as a College Student

Wesley Fukuda December 1, 2020

The beginning of college can be a difficult transition for many students. At this point in their lives, students are becoming more independent and taking on responsibilities, like finding a job and paying their own bills. One of the biggest responsibilities that college students can look forward to is...

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Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful to others over a nice meal. There are many ways to prepare for this holiday, not just the traditional way.

Thanksgiving Dinner: Traditional Foods and Alternatives

Wesley Fukuda November 24, 2020

Thanksgiving is a day for family and friends to get together and enjoy each others company. But it would not be  Thanksgiving if there wasn’t a grand feast at dinner. The dining table should be filled with enough food and leftovers to last you for days. With Thanksgiving a few days away, I thought...

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Monte Revolta is your devilish host for the night at the Haunted Hayride

Halloween Drive-Thru Events To See

Luke Perez October 26, 2020

Haunted maze events like Halloween Horror Nights, Knott's Scary Farm, Queen Mary's Dark Harbor are very popular in October. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, many events were cancelled. In Los Angeles, the creation of Drive-Thru events have opened up scary mazes while keeping people safe in their cars. Here...

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While trick or treating may not be appealing this year, there are still plenty of fun activities to do this Halloween season.

What to Do for Halloween During a Pandemic?

Wesley Fukuda October 23, 2020

Halloween is known for many things: trick or treating, scary movies, and costume parties with friends, just to name a few. It is a time where we enjoy the thrills of getting scared, have mischievous fun, and not worry about the condition of our teeth. Now with the whole COVID-19 pandemic and quarantine...

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Five Movies and Albums to Help You Get through this Quarantine

Vincent Franco , Digital Photo Editor April 1, 2020

Times are hard and anxieties are high during these seemingly unrealistic events. To help “get away"  I’ve come up with a list of some of my favorite movies and albums, both recent and old, to watch and listen while in distress and help ease the nerves a bit.   Movies Paranorman (2012) From...

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Uptown Whittiers Farmers Market Is As Real As It Gets

David Medina, Editor-In-Chief March 8, 2020

Historic Uptown Whittier hosts their very own Farmers Market every Friday.  Located on Bright and Philadelphia street the markets hours are 8am- 1pm. The Farmers market is a community gathering place for locals to personally meet the Farmers who grow the produce. We have the opportunity to learn how...

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Shudu: A CGI Model

Lucia Penate, Reporter September 3, 2019

The modeling agency is a hard industry for plenty of women and men to get into. A lot of hard work and dedication goes into becoming a model, from working hard to maintain their incredible physique, to working on their angles and being under extreme conditions for their shoots. What if there was a supermodel...

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RHC Superintendent/ President Retirement Party

RHC Superintendent/ President Retirement Party

Noah Garcia, Associate Editor May 16, 2019
Teresa Dreyfuss and Rio Hondo have always had intersecting goals; those being the flourishing of its students and the betterment of its community. After 32 years of dedicated service, Superintendent/ President Dreyfuss is retiring from her position, a time capped by her Retirement Celebration Dinner at the Doubletree Hotel in Whittier, Thursday May 9, 2019.
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Kim Kardashian Accused of Cultural Appropriation

Ashley Lozano, Reporter April 20, 2019

Model and reality TV star, Kim Kardashian West, is being accused of cultural appropriation after posting a photo to her Instagram wearing an Indian headpiece she wore to her husband, Kanye West’s, Sunday Service this past Sunday. In the photo captioned “Sunday Service Vibe”, depicts Kardashian...

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