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Remembering the Life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Remembering the Life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
September 19, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, best known for her accomplishments in the United States Supreme Court, has died at the age of 86. Ruth Bader Ginsburg paved the way for many women and minorities with her powerful...

El Monte Launches Rental Assistance Program in Response to COVID-19

A screenshot from El Monte's website displaying the Rental Assistance Program, a COVID-19 relief fund of $1,200 for renters within the community.
May 8, 2020

The city of El Monte launched a grant program on Tuesday May 6 that will provide one-time rental assistance up to $1,200. The program is a response effort to help residents that have been economically...

City of El Monte Offers Short-Term Relief for Small Businesses

May 1, 2020

The city of El Monte developed a short-term relief fund for small employers called The El Monte Business Grant Program. Councilman Jerry Velasco introduced the grant program on Sunday April 24. Eligible...

The Donald Is At It Again

Los Angeles has one of the most dense populations of immigrant communities that have been consistently criticized by Donald Trump.
March 5, 2020

The leader of the free world seems to relish the opportunity to display his xenophobia. This time, it came at the expense of the Oscar winning film, “Parasite.” Although the news of Donald Trump criticizing...

Elizabeth Warren Speaks at ELAC Day Before Super Tuesday Primary Vote

U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren engages the crowd as she addresses her plans for the Green New Deal.
March 4, 2020

Senator Elizabeth Warren held a speech Monday night at East Los Angeles College. The event was to highlight Warren's Democratic presidential candidacy platform . Students, families and Warren supporters...

All Around Rio: Playing Catch Up

April 30, 2019

Erika and Diana catch up on campus life and announce the events going on for the first week of May.

All Around Rio: Introduction

March 5, 2019

Your hosts Erika Suarez and Diana Juarez introduce All Around Rio.  A student-based podcast that revolves around campus news and life at Rio Hondo College. Feedback is open and encouraged to everyone!...

Struggling to write your English paper? The Learning Resource Center is here to help

August 30, 2018

The Learning Resource Center is a highly-underused resource that is provided to the students here at Rio Hondo. The LRC helps you ease back to writing or researching for an essay from that extensive summer...

RHC men’s water polo team get first win

RHC men's water polo team get first win
October 5, 2016

The Rio Hondo Men’s water polo team has finally gotten their first win of the season against Los Angeles Trade-Tech College Sept. 28. The men's water polo team won by a score of 17-11, with Kent...

Men’s Soccer gets wins against Irvine Valley and San Bernardino College

Rio Hondo men's soccer player, freshman Antonio Villegas, times a ball as an opposing Mira Costa College player guarded him Aug. 26. Villegas scored a late 90th winner against San Bernadino College Sept. 20 to secure the Roadrunners' victory.
September 28, 2016

The Rio Hondo College men’s soccer team hosted Irvine Valley College Sept. 13 in what was a very even matchup, ultimately ending with Rio Hondo winning the game 3-2 after a stellar performance by Jesus...

Josue Alvarado: a product of the community

Josue Alvarado.
September 27, 2016

Last April Rio Hondo alumni Josue Alvarado was elected to represent the first district of Whittier in the new district-wide election system the city had adopted. Alvarado’s ascension is not only historic...

RHC Women’s Water Polo suffer defeat in opening conference vs. Cerritos

Rio Hondo women's water polo player, Evalina Macias, eyes the goal with pure concentration as she prepares to take a shot against Cerritos Sept. 7.
September 14, 2016

The Rio Hondo College women’s water polo team faced Cerritos College this past Sep. 7 for their first South Coast Conference match of the season. Head coach Todd Lim and assistant coach Uriel Villa had...

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