Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

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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Collaboration between the two Unions, CSEA and RHCFA, with the assistance from all Classified Staff, brings fun and friendship to the college community.

How Unions at Rio Collaborate to Work Hard & Have Fun!

Yolanda Ramirez November 18, 2019

The end of the fall semester showcases the efforts and collaboration of the two unions at RIO, the Classified School Employees Association (CSEA) led by President Sandra Rivera and the Rio Hondo College Faculty Association (RHCFA) led by Professor Rudy Rios. Together, the two UNIONS provide morale-boosting...

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CNN Sues White House Over Banning of Acosta

Anamaria Aparicio, Reporter November 19, 2018
CNN filed a lawsuit against The White House over the recent suspension of Jim Acosta's press pass. The lawsuit alleged that Acosta and CNN's First and Fifth Amendment were being violated, but as of recent
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AMLO New Elected Mexican President

“AMLO” New Elected Mexican President

"No los voy a defraudar"
Aaron Martinez, Executive Editor July 1, 2018

Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is the new elected Mexican president. This was the third time that AMLO ran for Mexican presidency, he had run back for the first and second time with PRD party in 2006 against former president Felipe Calderon and in 2012 against the current president Enrique Pena Nieto. This...

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The Associated Students of Rio Hondo College Candidate Forum took place Monday in the Student Union. Student Trustee candidate, Diana Laureano, shares her campaign pledge with the room. Her fellow candidates listen intently behind her.

ASRHC Student Government Elections Currently Taking Place

Michael Khuraibet, Digital Editor-in-Chief May 2, 2018

Elections for The Associated Students of Rio Hondo College are happening now. The ASRHC student government is the students' voice among the Rio Hondo administration. Seventeen candidates are running for eight offices, including president. El Paisano News and its staff do not endorse any candidate...

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Hackers arent the only people you have to look out for. There are firms being given your private information, but can they be trusted?

Is Your Information Safe? Over 48 Million Online User Profiles Leaked

April 22, 2018

Are you sure your information is safe on the ‘net? Forty-eight million user profiles from the likes of Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn had their information leaked, without their knowledge or consent, by a little-known data firm back in February of this year.  The incident just came to light this...

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Barbara Bush served as First Lady with her husband, President George H.W. Bush from 1989-1993. The couple celebrated their 73rd anniversary earlier this year.

Former First Lady Barbara Bush Dies at 92

Michael Khuraibet, Digital Editor-in-Chief April 17, 2018

Barbara Bush, the former First Lady and wife of President George H.W. Bush, died Tuesday evening at age 92. According to CNN, Bush had been hospitalized over the course of the past year for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and congestive heart failure. On Sunday, reports came out that Bush...

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Trump Takes on Amazon

Trump’s War on Amazon

Michael Khuraibet, Digital Editor-in-Chief April 2, 2018

Early Thursday morning, President Donald Trump began to wage war on an enemy the United States has never battled: Continuing through Monday, the president attacked the e-commerce retailer for its effect on the United States Postal Service. "I have stated my concerns with Amazon long before...

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Students filled the Student Union at Rio Hondo to discuss the DACA elimination announcement.

Rio Hondo Hosts Healing Circle Following DACA Announcement

Ramon Alvarado, Sci. & Tech. Editor September 5, 2017

With the Trump Administration announcing the elimination of the DACA program, many undocumented students are left wondering what’s in store for them now. Keeping this in mind, Rio Hondo held a Healing Circle inside the school’s Student Union on Tuesday afternoon. The event, which was open to students...

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Should the president be presented as infallible?

Jennifer Espana , Managing Editor April 25, 2017

It’s always best to know what’s actually going on in our country, especially when it’s got to do with a neighboring country. At times even I get freaked out by the things the media shares with us but, they’re the ones who are brave enough to tell us what’s actually going on. I want my president...

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