Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

From Left to Right:

Edgar Minasyan: Rio Hondo Graduate, Transferred to UC IRVINE. Getting Ready for Law
Alexander Cadena: Rio Graduate, Transfer Student University of Utah, MA in Communication
CSUN. Part Time Faculty at Rio
Edward Minasyan: Rio Graduate, Transfer to UC Irvine, Coach at Rio Hondo
Ryan Serrano: Rio Graduate: Transferred to UC Davis, Graduated!
Diana Macias: Rio Graduate, Student Trustee: Transferred to UC Davis
Carolina Campillo: Rio Graduate, Student Trustee. Transferred To UCLA, Graduated!
Patricia Hughes: Rio Graduate, Transfer Student CSULB, MA in Communication CSUF. Full
Time Faculty at Rio’
Melissa De Leon: Rio Graduate, Student Trustee: Transferred to CSULA. MA in
Communication. Full time at CSULA

Forensics Speech & Debate Team

Written by Mia Alvarez, Online Editor-in-Chief
Feb 28, 2023

The Rio Hondo Forensic Speech & Debate team competed at the 13th tournament of the season, Tabor-Vanitsky and Southern California IPDA Championship,...

El Paisano Takes on JACC Once Again

Written by Lorenzo Arce, Copy Editor
Apr 14, 2021

El Paisano’s staff of 2019-2020 participated in JACC 2021 again and won 18 awards overall. JACC  is a state-wide junior college convention that consist...

Riopalooza Lifts Spirits

Written by Jake Laurell, Tutor
Apr 20, 2019

The Santa Ana winds could not stop Riopalooza, Wednesday, April 10, from blowing in a wonderful show. The concert lasted between 11 a.m. and two p.m.,...

Rio Hondo Speech & Debate Finish 4th out of 24 Universities

Written by Grant Tovmasian, Contributor
Jan 31, 2019

The Rio Hondo Forensics Speech and Debate team competed at the 2019 Jannese Davidson Invitational at Concordia University Irvine on January 26 to 27....

Students win big at local high school art competition

Written by Krystyn Bristol
May 3, 2013

By Krystyn Bristol The 11th annual 38th Congressional District High School Art Competition was recently in full swing as students from local...

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