Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Cheap Lazy Student Recipes

Cheap Lazy Student Recipes

Fast, cheap, and easy recipes. Perfect for any busy student!
Betsy Segura, Staff Writer October 29, 2018

You wake up early, snooze your alarm, and close your eyes for a second.  Then a second turned into an hour and now you’re running late and have no idea what to take for lunch. No worries, we’ve all been there. Don’t leave running late to class with an empty stomach. To prepare for next time, a...

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DACA/DREAMer Advocacy Workshop Held at Rio Hondo

Rio Hondo Continues to support and stand with DACA and Dreamers.
Anthony Moreno, Reporter September 27, 2017

On September 21st Rio Hondo held a new workshop for students. The DACA/DREAMer Legislative Advocacy Workshop was held in the Student Lounge and lasted from noon to 1:30pm. Hosted by Russel Castaneda-Calleros, Dr. Juana Mora, and RHC alumni Angel Garcia, the group taught tips and tricks on ways to advocate...

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LAC Workshops September Calendar

LAC Workshops September Calendar

Ramon Alvarado, Sci. & Tech. Editor September 8, 2017

The LAC workshops calendar for September is now available. The workshops are designed to enhance student learning and take place in the LAC room (LR114). The workshops are free of charge!

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Escobar plans on continuing his studies at Cal State Long Beach in the Fall of 2017 as a journalism major.

Student Spotlight: Pete Escobar

Nicole Garcia, Staff Writer April 18, 2017

Every moment matters, it’s just how the story is told and captured, which brings us to El Paisano’s Arts and Entertainment Editor, Pete Escobar. In his second year and ready to transfer out, the 20-year-old became aware of major by great work of writing. “In high school, we had to do a senior...

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Aaron Smith works on a drawing in between classes. (Crystian Mendoza/El Paisano)

Students in motion, Aaron Smith

Crystian Mendoza, Staff Writer November 3, 2015

Here at Rio Hondo there is a large variety of art courses available for students to take, whether you are interested in majoring in art or simply interested in the subject matter. Courses offered vary from beginning, intermediate, and advanced; as well as in both drawing and painting. Art is one...

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Gary Mendez proudly shows off his Rio Hondo calves.

Former Rio Hondo student, Board of Trustee member forms task force to steer re-development of America’s largest landfill

Armand Santos, Senior Staff Writer October 31, 2015

Rio Hondo College has formed a task force to represent the college’s interests in the development process of the new regional park being built on the grounds of the former Puente Hills Landfill. The task force is comprised of two faculty members, two administrators, two staff members, and one Trustee....

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Mark Doyle, Rio Hondo College Logistics Management student, requests transfer information from Imelda Rangel of Azusa Pacific University. (Armand Santos / El Paisano)

Rio Hondo College hosts inaugural Adult Re-Entry Career Success Conference

Armand Santos, Senior Staff Writer October 14, 2015

The Center for Career and Re-Entry Services at Rio Hondo College kicked-off its First Annual Adult Re-Entry Career Success Conference on Oct. 18 in the lower quad. Conference participants were welcomed by Theresa Dreyfus, Rio Hondo College President/Superintendent, Henry Gee, Vice President of Student...

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Fight Stress with Yoga

Fight Stress with Yoga

Corrin Jimenez, Staff Writer October 8, 2015

As college students we deal with stress on a regular basis. We all have our different techniques on how to manage our stress but one way that has proven to be helpful is by practicing yoga. Yoga helps connect you not only with your psychical health but also your mental health. Its goal is to help you...

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Speak Out: Should student/teacher relationships be okay on a college level?

Speak Out: Should student/teacher relationships be okay on a college level?

Alexandra Del Salto, Staff Writer September 25, 2015

“On a college level I guess it’s okay because by then students are adults. So you know what to do, what’s wrong, what’s right. If you want to tell other people, that should be your decision. I think its fine as long as they know how to handle it properly and the teacher is not biased.” “No,...

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Club Rush- A New Beginning

Erik Buelna, Calendar Editor February 11, 2013

Club Rush/Student Services Fair occurred on February 6 and 7 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. near the Middle Quad on the Rio Breezeway. The theme for the 2013 Club Rush was “A New Beginning,” as way to celebrate the survival of the “not-so-end-of-the-world” that happened in 2012. The Associated Students...

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Project TEACH

Jacob Chavira, staff writer February 6, 2013

Project TEACH, what is this program you ask? Project TEACH is a sure track transfer program designed to increase retention and transfer to a four year university/college . Its main purpose is to help students succeed in achieving their educational and personal goals. As a student here at a community...

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Under the suspicion of an armed-male student at Rio Hondo College, all students, staff, and faculty were directed to evacuate to nearby assembly points while sheriffs searched the campus.

Suspicion of gunman leads to campuswide evacuation

Melissa Cano, Editor-in-Chief November 15, 2012

A Rio Hondo College student was detained on the main campus in Whittier, Calif. today around 11:20 a.m. under the suspicion of possessing a concealed weapon. Students, faculty, and staff were instructed to exit all buildings and evacuate to their designated assembly points throughout the campus. A...

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