Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Most expensive food in the world

Rich and Delicious

Alyson Gonzalez, Print Editor in Chief April 8, 2021

The Most Expensive Foods in the World If your bill comes out to be $100 or over, think twice before you say it was an expensive meal. All over the world, some foods will make your jaw drop when looking at the price. There are dishes such as ice cream and hotdogs that cost more than a usual dish because...

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Looking For Work? LinkedIn Has Your Back

Jesus Manriquez , Digital Executive Editor April 27, 2020

Here's who's hiring right now Some industries — from shipping to online learning — are hiring to meet coronavirus-related demand. Here are some of the companies hiring right now. Instacart says it’s looking to hire 300,000 contract workers over the next three months. Amazon says it’s...

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Angeleno COVID-19 Card For Emergency Financial Assistance

Angeleno COVID-19 Card For Emergency Financial Assistance

Jesus Manriquez, Digital Executive Editor April 15, 2020

What is the Angeleno Card? With support from the Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti and the Mayor's Fund for Los Angeles, the Angeleno Card provides financial assistance for in-need households via no-fee prepaid cards provided by Mastercard's City Possible network in amounts determined according to the following...

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Avengers: Endgame might surpass ‘Avatar’ at the Box Office

Diane Chau, writer/reporter May 14, 2019

Avengers: Endgame's Box Office Record Two weeks since the release of Avengers: Endgame it has made over two billion dollars worldwide at the box office. That being said, this makes Marvels the second highest grossing movie under Avatar. It almost seems that Endgame might break Avatar’s 2.8 billion...

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The Young Financial Advisor Empowering Women

Sara Cozart, Staff Writer March 11, 2019

Tori Dunlap is a twenty-four year old saving $100,000 prior to age twenty-six. She's the owner of, "Her First $100K." A career and financial advisory business targeted towards women. It helps create life and saving plans and teach how to invest. Dunlap's motto is: "Money is freedom, money is power." Her...

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It's Actually the Rich who are Spending more Money on Fast Food

It’s Actually the Rich who are Spending more Money on Fast Food

Gilberto Espana, Reporter November 1, 2018
Some would assume that people with less money eat more fast food, but it is not true
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The Hispanic Scholarship Fund was founded in 1975 and has awarded over $470 million dollars in scholarships to worthy students.

Hispanic Scholarship Fund offers variety of opportunities for students

The Hispanic Dollar is Here
Nicolas Trujillo, Staff Writer March 22, 2016

The Hispanic Scholarship Fund recently held a workshop as the application deadline of March 30 approaches. Cynthia Morales spoke to a small group of students, giving details of the do’s and don’ts about how to apply for these scholarships. Morales also gave details of the funds inspiring history...

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Financial Aid Deadline is Approaching

Financial Aid Deadline is Approaching

Brenda Ruedas, Staff Writer February 16, 2016

College life can be difficult especially when there is not enough money to pay for classes, books, or other school supplies. Many college students may feel discouraged to further their education because of the expenses that come with an education. For this purpose it is strongly suggested that if...

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Emergency loans available for students in need

Emergency loans available for students in need

Ryan Guerrero, Managing Editor February 3, 2016

Rio Hondo has begun processing emergency loans for students in need this spring semester. Applications are available until February 11 in SU-201 and a photo ID is required. In order to apply for an emergency loan students must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above, no academic or disciplinary probation,...

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Minimum wage: The Wage war

Minimum wage: The Wage war

Danny Celiz, Staff Writer September 10, 2015

A huge debate is happening right now throughout California and everyone is willing to put their opinion forward. The topic up for debate is whether the state should increase minimum wage to at least $15 an hour. Many supporters claim that the modern lifestyle is just to expensive with minimum...

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