Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Cancer treatments shots may soon be available to cancer patients to avoid the long journey of chemotherapy.

COVID-19 Scientists Tackle to Create Cancer Shots Next

Gabi Ortiz, Lifestyles/A&E Co-Editor March 25, 2021

Immunizations are medicines that help the body battle sickness. They can prepare the invulnerable framework to discover and eliminate unsafe germs and cells. There are numerous immunizations that you get for the duration of your life to prevent catching regular sicknesses. A New Solution  The scientists...

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Major Garrett of CBS giving advice to attendees via zoom at this year’s JACC convention.

Major Garrett of CBS Host JACC

Lorenzo Arce, Digital Editor-in-Chief March 24, 2021

Major Garrett, chief Washington correspondent for CBS News, was a Keynote speaker for this year’s JACC convention. Despite being held virtually, many junior college correspondents and advisors from across the country managed to attend Garret’s session to gain knowledge in the journalism industry. “Journalism...

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Every family has secrets. Some people hide things for a long time, but the truth always comes out. A father imprisoned his own daughter for nearly 24 years.

Monster in the Family

Alyson Gonzalez, Print Editor in Chief March 24, 2021

Lifetime has released another “Ripped From the Headlines'' film. The “Ripped From the Headlines'' films are projects based on actual events. The Lifetime film, Girl in the Basement, is about a young girl, looking forward to her 18th birthday, is imprisoned by her own father. It premiered on February...

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The National Women's Hockey League was established in 2015, located in United States and Canada. Commissioner Tyler Tumminia started the league with four teams, but has grown to a total of six teams.

The First Professional Women’s Hockey League to Resume Live on Air

Mimi Castellanos, Digital Editor in Chief March 16, 2021

After a long pause of activities, the National Women’s Hockey league are ready to resume and complete the season. Since the abrupt halt, the NWHL did not crown the champion because of COVID-19 concerns and positive test results. On March 26-27, the league will be hosting the Isobel Cup playoffs in...

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Vendors around the East Los Angeles area are relatively safe compared to neighborhoods such as Compton or San Pedro.

Rise in Latino Street Vendor Attacks

Lorenzo Arce, Digital Editor-in-Chief March 5, 2021

For about two years, videos of Latino street vendors being robbed and beat in California and other predominantly Hispanic states have circulated the internet. The attacks have brought out feelings of resentment from affected communities. Consequently, "Paleteros" (a general term for Hispanic vendors)...

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Angela Slader Williamson is an instructor in the C & L Department at Rio Hondo College.

Rio Talks Speaker Series Event with Dr. Angela Williamson

Mimi Castellanos, Digital Editor in Chief February 19, 2021

Rio Hondo College is excited to announce our RIO Talks Speaker Series Event "Activism Never Sleeps" with Dr. Angela Sadler Williamson. She will be speaking on February 22nd from 3:30-4:30 pm. About Her Williamson earned her doctorate in Human Services from Capella University, Minneapolis, Minnesota....

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The LA Art Show kicked off with a calm start on February 6th Thursday morning, allowing attendees a more personal experience with the art pieces.

LA Art Show Returns for 25th Anniversary

Clarissa Martinez, Digital Associate Editor February 28, 2020

The Los Angeles Art Show celebrated its 25th anniversary at the Convention Center on Wednesday February 5th through Sunday February 9th. The convention included a variety of modern and contemporary art works. Over 120 galleries were on display from 23 different countries. Art works ranged from sculptures,...

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No Home, No Help, No Hope

No Home, No Help, No Hope

Noah Garcia, Associate Editor May 17, 2019
the residents of the Whittier Greenbelt have been cleared out by a combination of  law enforcement, social services and Caltrans , April 22, 2019. With the 38 tent community disassembled, many of the residents have been sent off, either on their own accord or to accept Whittier Area First Day two month hotel vouchers.It’s been weeks since the clean out and Whittier has already begun plans to make sure such an encampment would never form again.
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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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Whittier Goes Green for Earth Day

Sam Garcia, News Editor May 9, 2019

Saturday, April 27, the city of Whittier held their annual Earth Day celebration. The event ran from 10 am to 2 pm. Environmental groups, like the San Dimas Forestry Unit and the Beekeepers Association of Southern California, were all in attendance. State Senator Bob Archuleta, one of the keynote...

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Featured artist Yolanda Gonzalez

Santa Fe Springs Art Fest 2019

Sam Garcia, News Editor May 8, 2019

Friday, May 3, the city of Santa Fe Springs held its sixth annual art festival. Showcasing the works of more than 200 artists, the event also raises funds for art and creative youth programs across the city. Marie Ortiz, the Media Director/Event Coordinator for the festival, says that the event is...

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