Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

How First Generation Students may feel when transferring

Yasmine Poot , Podcast Editor March 9, 2022

Many of us who are First Generation students in community college are going to finally be transferring, even if it was after two or seven years of being in community college, students are achieving it. The forging of new paths for future generations. Creating a safe place for others to feel included...

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3-D Printed Vaccines Eliminate the Pain

3-D Printed Vaccines Eliminate the Pain

Jonathon Carmona, Science & Technology Editor November 16, 2021

Needles No More The days of long needles, angry nurses, and seeing grown men panic may be over, at least, for the most part.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stated about 25% of adult human beings are scared of needles.  This fear of needles, or any fear for that matter, can be...

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12 year old feeling exhausted after being on her phone the entire day.

Editorial: Social Media is a Nightmare

Jasmine Soria, Print Editor-in-Chief October 2, 2021

Social Media has been around for only 24 years. Those with phones and computers brought to light Six Degree, a social media platform common in the late 1900s.  Platforms like Snapchat, Instagram, and Twitter have taken over the media industry since the early 2000s. While they have done much good to...

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Drawing of a frustrated high school student trying to take a math test.

Editorial: Are Schools Doing their Jobs Post Pandemic?

Jasmine Soria, Print Editor-in-Chief September 30, 2021

After more than a year of distance learning, schools K-12 are fully reopening, and students are more frustrated than ever. The cause of this; the American school system, 8 hours a day, 6 classes, 7 days a week. As of March 2020, most schools transitioned to virtual learning, a new and difficult concept...

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Families believed Hurricane Maria played a role in the deaths of their children.

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

Homes of 60,000 students were destroyed by Hurricane Maria.
Gilberto Espana, Reporter September 25, 2018

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....

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