Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Isabella Ayala #4 is freshman at Rio Hondo and her position is Utility/ Attacker.

Meet Rio Hondo Women’s Water Polo 2021 Team

Molly McCormick, Sports Co-Editor September 29, 2021

  I had the pleasure of meeting Coach Lim and the rest of the Women’s Water Polo team. They are a hard-working and determined team with one common goal. For such a young team they are very passionate about their sport.  Coach Todd Lim As I spoke with Coach Todd Lim, you could see the love...

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Superior Grocers is one of many grocery stores that accepts EBT Cards as a form of payment. Superior Grocers in South El Monte, Calif.

Rio Hondo College Will Begin Promoting Calfresh to Students

Jeffrey Barragan, Reporter September 27, 2021

Rio Hondo College recently announced it will receive a $432,726 grant from the Calfresh program beginning in Oct until Sept of 2024. Calfresh is part of a federal program that assists low-income individuals and households purchase food and groceries. The school will use the grant to advocate the Calfresh...

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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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Rio Hondo forward Federico Hurtado trying to dribble past three Pasadena defenders. Hurtado scored ten goals and five assist for the Roadrunners this season.

Men’s Soccer: Rio Hondo’s struggle continues

Jesus Marquez, Reporter November 6, 2019

Rio Hondo Men's Soccer team played their last home conference game in the 1-1 draw against Pasadena City College on Tuesday, November 5. It was a complicated match for Rio Hondo where they had to comeback from behind. A last minute goal from forward Federico Hurtado would save the Roadrunners from defeat. Bad...

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Ready For A New Season

Jesus Manriquez , Digital Executive Editor September 18, 2019

With a group of outstanding players, led by the best coaching staff, and a winning mentality, the Rio Hondo Volleyball team looks to make this upcoming season their best one yet. The Roadrunners talk about their expectations, their team and the recognition some of them are beginning to gain. Strong...

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Beach: Windy conditions blow Roadrunners chances

Ignacio Cervantes, Sports Editor March 9, 2019

Friday, March 8 the Long Beach City College Vikings swept the Rio Hondo College Roadrunners 5-0 at Granada Beach in each school’s first South Coast Conference match of the season. The Vikings won all but one set as the Long Beach City threes, Isabella Alvarez and Doris Woods, had a game-low combined...

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Below average start

Christian Salinas, Reporter February 28, 2019

Trying to get back in the win column, the Rio Hondo Baseball team host Victor Valley College Tuesday, Feb. 26 at 2:00 p.m.. After losing this past Saturday, Feb. 23 to Oxnard, they stand at (4-5) on the season. The Rio Hondo men’s baseball team have started their 2019 season slowly (the Roadrunners...

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Breaking: Roadrunners Baseball Game Rains Out

Christian Salinas, Reporter February 13, 2019

The rain has made its mark early in the Rio Hondo men’s baseball season. The Wednesday, Feb. 13 game between Rio Hondo College and Citrus College has officially been rained out. This is the second time this game has been cancelled because of poor field conditions from SoCal rain. It was originally...

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Men’s Basketball: Roadrunners Continue To Battle for A Win

Sam Garcia, News Editor February 11, 2019

Sophomore power forward Uziel Felix paced Rio Hondo College with 18 points in an 80-65 loss to South Coast Conference-North rival Pasadena City College in Pasadena Friday, Feb. 9. This was a nice bounce-back game for Felix, who was held to just 8 points against Mt. San Antonio College. No. 4 also...

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Pasadena City attempted to close with a comeback but the Lady Roadrunners held on. Photo credit: Rio Hondo Athletics Website.

Women’s Basketball: Roadrunners Hang on for Win Against Pasadena

Anel Ceballos, Opinion Co-editor February 11, 2019

Friday, Feb. 8, the Roadrunners women’s basketball team made a comeback to beat the Lancers 58-57. Rio Hondo had a tough first half behind Pasadena 31-23, but quickly bounced back in the third quarter to outscore the Lancers 21-12 and gain the lead 44-43. As it came down to the fourth quarter,...

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Pasadena City attempted to close with a comeback but the Lady Roadrunners held on. Photo credit: Rio Hondo Athletics Website.

Men’s and Women’s Basketball Searching for First Conference Victory

Ignacio Cervantes, Sports Editor January 30, 2019

On Wednesday, Jan. 30  both Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams face-off against the Chaffey College Panthers at Rio Hondo College’s gymnasium. Both squads are in search of their first win in the South Coast Conference-North following two losses during last week’s opening games against Pasadena...

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Pasadena City attempted to close with a comeback but the Lady Roadrunners held on. Photo credit: Rio Hondo Athletics Website.

Men’s and Women’s Basketball: South Coast Conference Tip-Off

Ignacio Cervantes, Sports Editor January 23, 2019

Today the South Coast Conference-North Basketball season kicks-off at Rio Hondo College as the Pasadena City College men’s and women’s teams visit the Roadrunners Wednesday night. The men’s teams face-off first with a 5 p.m. start and following will be the women’s teams at 7 p.m. at the Rio...

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