Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Mark Vital, Davion Mitchell, and Jackson Moffatt celebrate NCAA Championship win.

Baylor Bears defeat undefeated Gonzaga Bulldogs for NCAA Championship

John Rodriguez April 7, 2021

Sixty eight college teams will compete to play in this year's All-American tradition. Although the tournament wouldn’t be played in 2020 due the pandemic, with certain guidelines by the country and states across the US the tournament was a go. March Madness has been a tournament since 1939 by the National...

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The Galaxy Still Rules Los Angeles

Jesus Manriquez , Digital Executive Editor August 26, 2019

The fifth chapter of the young " El Trafico" derby took place on Sunday in an unreal, passionate atmosphere at the Banc of California Stadium. The Los Angeles Football Club went in looking for their first win against the LA Galaxy, but a brilliant 20 minutes in the first half from the LA Galaxy were...

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Ninja was one of the first streamers to see how big Fortnite would be and helped make the game as big as it is today

ESPN Will Have Ninja On This Issue Cover

Luis Gutierrez, Podcast Director September 20, 2018

Being considered a “professional gamer” usually has a funny tone to it. But now with Esports on the rise that has been going away. Colleges are offering scholarships to play video games on their behalf, and people are even scouted to play in pro-leagues. With huge followings and fan base. As stated...

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Lonzo Ball’s ‘Big Balla Brand’ releases $495 ZO2 signature shoe

Pro athletes and multiple prominent shoe brands shoe brands mock pricey 'logic'
Adam Calleja, Staff Writer May 16, 2017

“What kid do you know at 19 years old could make his own shoe the way he wants it, how he wants it to feel, it’s a dream come true for me,” said Lonzo Ball in an interview on ESPN, with Ramona Shelburne following the reveal of his new signature shoe the ZO2. The former UCLA point guard is expected...

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The Worldwide Leader in Sports has been having trouble living up to its name.

ESPN President Releases Memo; Numerous Employees to be Laid Off

Ramon Alvarado, Sci. & Tech. Editor April 26, 2017

ESPN President, John Skipper, released a memo to the company's employees informing them of some changes coming to the network. "The Worldwide Leader in Sports" announced that it will be laying off many of its on-air personalities. In the memo, Skipper says that "ESPN has been actively engaged throughout...

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