• ASCC Spring Banquet honors, Aiello sweared in

    ASCC Spring Banquet honors, Aiello sweared in

    Gustavo Olguin, Managing Editor

    May 13, 2014

    The Associated Students of Cerritos College 2014 Spring Awards Banquet gave out awards to recognize students for the work that they have put in for the semester and inaugurated the new ASCC president and vice president. Bea Caballero won the Woman of the Year, the President’s Award and presented... READ MORE »»

    Students pick up their awards after the ceremony came to an end. After the awards were presented the new ASCC President Miles Aiello and vice president Charles Caguiao were sworn into office.

  • Annual Student Art Exhibition, award ceremony recognizes student achievements

    Annual Student Art Exhibition, award ceremony recognizes student achievements

    Armando Jacobo, Copy Editor

    May 13, 2014

    The Cerritos College Fine Arts and Communications Department along with the Associated Students of Cerritos College presented its annual Student Art Exhibition followed by an award ceremony on Tuesday, April 29. The exhibit highlights the work of over 137 emerging and mid-career students in the areas... READ MORE »»

    (Ditto) Photo credit: Armando Jacobo

  • Dynamic Dance Club electrifies audience

    Dynamic Dance Club electrifies audience

    Joe Zermeno, Staff Writer

    May 12, 2014

    The Dynamic Dance Club’s emotionally charged proud student dancers presented a show in the Student Center on Monday, May 5. The showcase of dance revolution styled sequences was performed by 30 students who love the creative art of contemporary dance movement. I t was not an “official” Cerritos... READ MORE »»

    Executing a contemporary pas de deux to Almost Lover by A Fine Frenzy, dancers Vanessa Acosta and Ariel Hernandez, enchanted the audience with an inspiring sensuai performance choregraphed by Acosta. Photo credit: Joe Zermeno

  • Active Minds helps students reduce stress

    Active Minds helps students reduce stress

    Gustavo Olguin, Managing Editor

    May 6, 2014

    Active Minds Club was on campus with multiple events to help relieve any negative things that the students might be going through as finals are approaching. The club had a puppy therapy station set up, paint balloon launch and had students write what stressed them out on balloons. While it wasn’t... READ MORE »»

    Active minds release balloons to help symbolically release stress that students are going through. Students wrote whatever that has been stressing them out on the balloon

  • School mascot to make debut during fall semester

    School mascot to make debut during fall semester

    Gustavo Olguin, Managing Editor

    May 5, 2014

    The Associated Students of Cerritos College have approved getting a school mascot after getting passed through cabinet and senate. Michael Timoney, the president of General Improvisational Peep Show Club, had presentations for both bodies and was the driving force behind getting a mascot on campus. “You... READ MORE »»

    Michael Timoney works as the Kings professional mascot as his "handler." Now, this student wants the Associated Students of Cerritos College to spend over $10,000 dollars of ASCC funds to "buy" him a Falcon mascot costume so he can further his passion for the entertainment/public relations "job" he sees as a future profession in his future. The ASCC college budgets only $3,650.00 for a team of 45 pep squad members that have to try out for the position. Photo credit: Joe Zermeno

News

New Liberal Arts, DSPS building dedicated with ribbon-cutting ceremony

Gustavo Lopez, News Editor

Liberal Arts and the Disabled Students Programs and Services have a new home in the newly finished LA and DSPS building. President Linda Lacy...  Read More »

July 17, 2014 • 0 comments

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Audio

Scott Henderson performance preview

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Falcon Punch Ep 1: Valentines Day

Hello people, we grab a couple of the fellow editors to discuss what they feel about Valentines Day.... read story

Podcast: Video Game DLC’s

In this podcast, we discuss whether DLC (downloadable content) is good for the video game industry. Several... read story

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Arts

Behind the Scenes of the Culinary Arts Program

Gustavo Olguin, Managing Editor

The culinary arts program at Cerritos College teaches students how to perform in a professional kitchen by putting them through a kitchen experience of their own. The program...  Read More »

May 21, 2014 • 0 comments

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Sports

Donald Sterling Banned from NBA

Akeem Ivory

The NBA commissioner, Adam Silver, said at a news conference in New York that an inquiry had established that Sterling expressed the remarks heard on a leaked recording,...  Read More »

May 21, 2014 • 0 comments

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