Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Professor and Learning Assistance Center Coordinator, Tyler Okamoto, lectures his students on a new essay topic during class on Zoom. Zoom has helped students and instructors stay connected and complete courses during the pandemic.

Online vs. In-Person Learning

Ryan Leon, Online Editor-in-Chief October 26, 2021

In Mar 2020, both public and private school systems were flipped upside down after the Coronavirus pandemic established itself. World health officials decided that it was too dangerous to allow in-person classes to continue. So, in an effort to protect students and faculty, all forms of education were...

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Incentives to Prevent Student Absences.

Sara Rose, Staff Writer March 16, 2019

Public schools are offering washing machine usages for kids. Colorado, Kentucky, New Jersey, and Missouri, are some states that offer this service. Generally, targeting areas of low income students. Therefore, in Louisville Kentucky at Fern Creek High School "Laundry and Loot"was implemented. Students...

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How To Deal With Stress During College

Jesus Manriquez , Digital Executive Editor February 14, 2019

Stress is a part of life for everyone. Now that school is on the way, you might find yourself more stressed than usual. Having to deal with all kinds of work and personal stuff can be a hustle. Not only can stress hurt you mentally, but it can also hurt your school work. Here are some easy tips on how...

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Cerritos College sent out this safety alert Sunday night warning of unspecified threats made on social media.

Cerritos College and Norwalk School Threat Not Credible

Ramon Alvarado, Sci. & Tech. Editor February 26, 2018

Cerritos College posted a safety alert warning of an "unspecified threat" made to their campus and another Norwalk school Sunday night. The sheriff's department has identified the source of the social media threats and has deemed them not credible. "As a precaution, Campus Police will have presence...

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Parents wait for news after reports of a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.

Just in: Florida Teen Opens Fire on School Grounds

Ramon Alvarado, Sci. & Tech. Editor February 14, 2018

Nineteen-year-old Nicolas de Jesus Cruz was arrested for a shooting at Majory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. early Wednesday, Feb. 14. As of now, responding sheriffs are saying there are "at least 14 victims" with an unknown number of fatalities. For complete coverage of the ongoing...

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Finals week and the stress of being a student

Finals week and the stress of being a student

Eligia Garcia, Staff Writer May 9, 2016

Finals week is around the corner and Rio Hondo students are too stressed-out. Among the lack of sleep, many hours studying and working to complete last-minute homework assignments, finals can make a student feel like they will not be able to get through the week or even the semester. In fact, the...

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October attractions

Steven Ward, Arts & Entertainment Editor September 29, 2012

As always the trend with RHC Arts department, October promises to be a month filled with a wide array of shows, galleries, concerts, and recitals that will not only surely entertain, but also inspire. The newest show to be put on at the RHC Art Gallery will be an immense overview of six decades of...

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