Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Jacks is one of Whittiers oldest landmark restaurants left.

Jack’s Whittier Resturant

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter May 11, 2022

Many places here in the City are known for many things but nothing beats breakfast here at Jack’s in Whittier. This little restaurant might be on everyone's list here in Whittier to come and eat. The place stands out with a big sign and also the architecture of the places gives out throwback vibes....

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How First Generation Students may feel when transferring

Yasmine Poot , Podcast Editor March 9, 2022

Many of us who are First Generation students in community college are going to finally be transferring, even if it was after two or seven years of being in community college, students are achieving it. The forging of new paths for future generations. Creating a safe place for others to feel included...

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Compton At Rio Hondo

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter February 25, 2022

Last Game Recap Male Roadrunners visited Long Beach in a game which was heavily in their favor. The first half was controlled by the roadrunners but as the match concluded the game ended with LB in favor by a score of 89 to 79. Leaving on a good note, the roadrunner left that match with three of its...

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Rio Hondo at Irvine Valley

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter November 17, 2021

El Camino at Rio Hondo As the season continues for our lady roadrunners we are slowly looking forward to the season. Rio came into this match with two wins and four loses which in their heads it was a win-win situation. Nevertheless our roadrunners put on quite a show and secured the victory in a close...

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Rio Hondo College received $28 million from Congresswoman Linda Sanchez as part of a COVID-19 relief fund that will be used to assist students with tuition costs and more.

Students at Rio Hondo College May Be Eligible for COVID-19 Related Financial Assistance

Jeffrey Barragan, Opinion Editor November 15, 2021

Over the last week, several students at Rio Hondo College received an email. The subject line read: "Student Balance write-off." Students across Calif., including those within the 38th Congressional District, who received the notice are eligible for financial assistance through the COVID-19, Higher Education...

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Lady Road Runners are heading to the Finals

Lady Road Runners are heading to the Finals

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter November 9, 2021

Season Wrap-up The Roadrunners finish up their extraordinary season with a record of 13-1-1. Very impressive and also not to forget the Roadrunners secured a Conference title for the second consecutive season. Also to mention their last game was very decisive for the division title. These Roadrunners...

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Rio Hondo College in Whittier, California ranked in three categories for Top 100 Colleges and Universities for Hispanics.

Rio Hondo College Ranks in the Top 100 Colleges and Universities for Hispanics

Jeffrey Barragan, Opinion Editor October 27, 2021

Rio Hondo College ranked in three categories in the 2019-2020 Top 100 Colleges and Universities for Hispanics by Hispanic Outlook on Education Magazine. The categories Rio Hondo College ranked in are: Total Enrollment 4-year School, Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences Degrees, and Total Associate...

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Rio Hondo Women Versus LA Harbor

Rio Hondo Women Versus LA Harbor

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter October 26, 2021

Heading into the Match Women Rio Hondo are coming from back to back wins which is very Impressive in both games. In the last two games they have a combination of ten goals and zero goals conceded. What an impressive game plan for these Rio Hondo women. They are in an eight game win streak and have over...

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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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Rio Hondo Men Soccer vs Cerritos College

Rio Hondo Men Soccer vs Cerritos College

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter October 19, 2021

Compton at Rio Hondo Coming into this match Rio was favorite on paper coming into this match with a record of 8-1-3. But now with a win over Compton college the Roadrunners improve to 9-1-3 which is impressive. But also they are in good ratio when it comes to Conference wins. Overall men soccer at Rio...

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Women Volleyball at Compton College

Women Volleyball at Compton College

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter October 13, 2021

Rio Hondo Volleyball vs Santa Barbara Coming into the match Rio Hondo was coming out from 3 losses. Coming into this match they surely were not the favorite on paper. This did not stop these Rio Hondo women to battle it out with Santa Barbara Who have an expressive record and surely can be favorites...

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12 year old feeling exhausted after being on her phone the entire day.

Editorial: Social Media is a Nightmare

Jasmine Soria, Print Editor-in-Chief October 2, 2021

Social Media has been around for only 24 years. Those with phones and computers brought to light Six Degree, a social media platform common in the late 1900s.  Platforms like Snapchat, Instagram, and Twitter have taken over the media industry since the early 2000s. While they have done much good to...

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