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Rio Hondo College realiza acciones en favor de la educación de inmigrantes indocumentados

October 16, 2018


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El plantel educativo, ubicado en Whittier, California, ofrece asesoría en diferentes asuntos relacionados a inmigración y tiene un programa que provee acceso a dos años de educación gratuita. https://www.univision.com/los-angeles/kmex/rio-hondo-college-realiza-acciones-en-favor-de-la-educ...

3 Positions Available for The Rio Hondo Board of Trustees

Leo John Villanueva, Staff Writer

October 16, 2018


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Rio Hondo's Board of Trustees consists of five members that are elected to a four-year term; the terms are staggered. However, there are three Included in this cycle, and two in the following cycle. The three positions on the ballot for this election cycle are area’s 1, 3, and 5. Area 1 covers the C...

Speaking Out for Those Who Can’t

Speaking Out for Those Who Can’t

Diana Juarez, Managing Editor

October 15, 2018


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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 allies alike “Speak Out for Those Who Can’t.” Maria...

Tension Between U.S. and China

Leo Villanueva, Reporter

October 11, 2018


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China's aggression has gone unchecked South China Sea, Sep. 30, a Chinese Destroyer aggressively forced the USS Decatur, a U.S. destroyer, to maneuver off course. In accordance with international law, the Decatur engaged in a freedom of navigation operations. The South China Sea is a hotbed of activ...

Volcano Erupts in Indonesia After Earthquake and Tsunami

Jacobo Garrido, Staff Writer

October 9, 2018


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A volcano erupted after an earthquake and tsunami hit the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia last Friday. Leaving 1,400 people dead and hundreds more missing. To make matters worse, on October 3rd Mount Soputan erupted just days after these devastating natural disasters. Many volcanologist believe that the 7...

8 Year Old Little Girl Found a Sword Over 1500 Years Old in a Lake

Jake Laurell, Staff Writer

October 8, 2018


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Eight year old Saga Vanecek little girl from Minneapolis at a Swedish lake found a sword over 1500 years old. She was having a normal day at Lake Vidöstern during a typical summer day when she stated the following to local Swedish news site: “I picked it up and was going to drop it back in the water, but it had a handle, an...

Flooding Concerns in Long Beach After High Surf Advisory

Veronica Miracle, abc7

October 6, 2018


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With waves reaching as high as 8 feet, bulldozers take action to reduce the threat of flooding. A 10-foot ridge and plywood reinforced wall were used to protect beach-side homes. Read Full Story (Click Here)

Brett Kavanaugh: Senators look over possible sexual assault allegations in FBI Report

Stephen Collinson, CNN

October 4, 2018


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On October 4th, senators review a extensive background check on Brett Kavanaugh. The background check was compiled by the FBI following sexual assault allegations made by Christine Blasey Ford the week prior. The senate will decide if Kavanaugh is fit take a seat on the Supreme Court. Read full story (Click here)...

Trump Administration Expands On Immigration Rule

Leo John Villanueva, Staff Writer

October 3, 2018


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President Trump made campaign promises to reform immigration, build a great wall, and make Mexico pay for it. He has been trying to make good on that promise since

Self Help Graphics Shares Roots of Latino Art to Campus

Self Help Graphics Shares Roots of Latino Art to Campus

Erika Suarez, Digital Editor-in-Chief

October 2, 2018


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Self Help Graphics & Art makes a returning visit at the lower quad, providing Dia De Los Muertos art-making workshops for students this past September 27.

Future Teachers Mini Fair Emphasizes Teacher Shortage in California

Future Teachers Mini Fair Emphasizes Teacher Shortage in California

Erika Suarez, Digital Editor-in-Chief

September 26, 2018


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  Rio held their very first event for Future Teachers Monday, September 18 with presenters from Cal State Fullerton, Cal Poly Pomona, and Cal State Los Angeles discussing the credential programs offered for teaching.     The Mini-Fair took place in the lower quad by Rio Café and transitioned to an i...

The Maria Generation: Young people are dying and suffering on an Island

The Maria Generation: Young people are dying and suffering on an Island

Gilberto Espana, Staff Writer

September 25, 2018


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Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico on September 20, 2017 and noticed as the worst natural disaster since Hurricane Jean in 2004. The Category 4 hurricane left millions without electricity or running water. Children suffered from depression and worsened after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico and Dominica. Su...

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