Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

delicious plate of eggs and potatoes to top it off with some decaf coffee

Mexican Central Food Review

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter April 28, 2022

There’s many eateries to cover but with the help of spreading reviews many can soon try them. Mexican Central was an overall amazing experience; very different from other Mexican buisnesses. As soon as customers enter,  you look at the place filled with Mexican decorations and it feels safe. Many...

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 Bank of California Stadium in Los Angeles after a 3 to 1 win over Kansas City.

Easter Sunday Football

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter April 18, 2022

This Easter Sunday, many fans got to witness an incredible packed match of MLS Soccer. Fans witnessed a LAFC team who came in hot this Sunday versus Kansas City. Overall, any fan there would share their experience as top tier. The local team of Los Angeles came into the match as favorites leading the...

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A heart warming plate filled with mixed flavors.

Tierra Mexico Review

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter April 15, 2022

This food review consists of Mexican breakfast with a mix of American. Tierra Mexico is located in the center of Long Beach. It's a pop up restaurant which is soon to expand in size. For the meantime the business is currently fine with doing pop ups and letting individuals try samples to expand their...

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Women’s Volleyball At San Diego City

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter March 10, 2022

The lady Roadrunner Volleyball team is returning with the game in hand just in another scene. This time we see these ladies going out and playing in the sand which for some Roadrunners is a new segment for a title for Rio. Rio Hondo is returning to the season with a sense of redemption in seeking...

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Compton At Rio Hondo

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter February 25, 2022

Last Game Recap Male Roadrunners visited Long Beach in a game which was heavily in their favor. The first half was controlled by the roadrunners but as the match concluded the game ended with LB in favor by a score of 89 to 79. Leaving on a good note, the roadrunner left that match with three of its...

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Rio Hondo at Irvine Valley

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter November 17, 2021

El Camino at Rio Hondo As the season continues for our lady roadrunners we are slowly looking forward to the season. Rio came into this match with two wins and four loses which in their heads it was a win-win situation. Nevertheless our roadrunners put on quite a show and secured the victory in a close...

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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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Lady Road Runners are heading to the Finals

Lady Road Runners are heading to the Finals

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter November 9, 2021

Season Wrap-up The Roadrunners finish up their extraordinary season with a record of 13-1-1. Very impressive and also not to forget the Roadrunners secured a Conference title for the second consecutive season. Also to mention their last game was very decisive for the division title. These Roadrunners...

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Mt.Sac at Rio Hondo

Mt.Sac at Rio Hondo

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter November 2, 2021

Rio Hondo at East LA Looking at each team record we can clearly see the roadrunners are favorites. Nevertheless in soccer nowadays anyone can win. Back to the match Rio came in with over five games in conference games. Only suffering 1 loss in over seventeen games is impressive which c;ear;y states...

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Colin Powell, a retired four star general who had become the countrys first black US Secretary of State died on Monday October 18.

Former Secretary of State Colin Powell dies at 84

John Rodriguez October 29, 2021

Colin Powell, a retired four star general who had become the country's first black US Secretary of State died on Monday October 18. According to his family's post on Facebook, Powell had died due to COVID 19. “We’ve lost a remarkable and loving husband, father, godfather, and a great American,”...

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Rio Hondo Women Versus LA Harbor

Rio Hondo Women Versus LA Harbor

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter October 26, 2021

Heading into the Match Women Rio Hondo are coming from back to back wins which is very Impressive in both games. In the last two games they have a combination of ten goals and zero goals conceded. What an impressive game plan for these Rio Hondo women. They are in an eight game win streak and have over...

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Congress has passed a bipartisan legislation creating only a three-digit national suicide hotline (988) back in Sept. 2020.

988 National Suicide Prevention

John Rodriguez October 20, 2021

Congress has passed a bipartisan legislation creating only a three-digit national suicide hotline (988) back in Sept. 2020. It is similar to 911, to help with health emergencies. During a medical crisis, the hotline is intended to make it easier to seek help. Citizens would be able to use this three-digit...

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