Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

President Biden Proclaims Both Indigenous Peoples’ Day and Columbus Day

President Biden Proclaims Both Indigenous Peoples’ Day and Columbus Day

Jeffrey Barragan, Reporter October 11, 2021

On Oct 8, President Joseph R. Biden proclaimed Monday, Oct 11 as Indigenous Peoples' Day and Columbus Day. For the last 50 years, the second Monday of October has been observed as Columbus Day. It became a federal holiday in 1934. But for the first time, a US President has also proclaimed Oct. 11...

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Since the beginning of September, the number of new COVID 19 cases have been decreasing in California.

California has Lowest COVID 19 Case Rate

John Rodriguez, News/Photo Editor September 30, 2021

It has been almost two years since the start of COVID 19, and yet it won’t be gone anytime soon. However for California, one of the country’s most populated states officially has the lowest COVID 19 cases in the US. The CDC has provided information about the latest data on the state’s COVID 19...

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Embracing all missing people regardless of race is at the utmost importance. The value of life should not be defined by ones skin color.

Gabby Petito Goes Viral While Minority Men and Women Fall Astray

Marina Gutierrez, Reporter September 27, 2021

   Why does race make one person’s life more important than another? The missing person’s case of a white woman named Gabby Petito has been all over the news and social media, as of recently. People everywhere became emotionally invested in finding Petito. When the news spread that her deceased...

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Spring Training: Freeway Series In Arizona Announces Start of Baseball in So Cal

David Ibarra, Reporter February 28, 2019

As quickly and quietly as it arrived, the Winter Meetings have gone, and a new spring is upon us. The Los Angeles Dodgers have exited the offseason with slight renovations to the team that has appeared in back-to-back World Series. The team bid farewell to their General Manager Farhan Zaidi, who,...

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Nakamura navigates through Life

Steven Ward, Arts & Entertainment Editor October 11, 2012

Vivacious. It is the first word that would come to mind, perhaps surprisingly, when one earned their first glimpse at the humble and gentle form of Yoshio C. Nakamura. His features lined with a lifetime filled with weariness, but prominently outshined by a solemnly inviting smile, that might’ve said,...

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