Del Toro’s ‘Mama’ sets the standard for upcoming films

Rocio Rodriguez and Rocio Rodriguez

January 21, 2013

Filed under ADVERTISING, Arts

"Mama" started the year right for the horror movie genre and has set the standard for upcoming films this year. In true Guillermo Del Toro fashion, the movie "Mama" gave its audience a true good old scare without any sort of gore... Read more »

Wrap up: One-man play by Ian Ruskin

Sarah Niemann and Sarah Niemann

November 29, 2012

Filed under ADVERTISING, Arts, Arts Clubs

Ian Ruskin came to the packed out Cerritos College Teleconference Center to preform his one man play titled “To Begin the World Over Again: The Life of Thomas Paine.” The play took him one year to complete and had the help... Read more »

Priority ennrollment should be for students with a high GPA

Connie Garcia and Connie Garcia

November 20, 2012


Priority enrollment should include thosKbe students who are doing well enough in their classes to maintain a relatively high Grade Point Average. As of now, priority enrollment is available to students who are in any of the fo... Read more »

Top five superstitions

Louiscreas Akins

November 15, 2012


There are many superstitions but these are the top five rated according to The Met Online. Friday the 13th Walking under ladders Breaking a mirror Opening umbrellas indoors Seeing a solitary Magpie According to some Cerritos College students... Read more »

The Cerritos College Keyboard Studies Program held its fall Piano Ensemble Concert on Sunday.

Raul Samaniego

October 21, 2012

Filed under ADVERTISING, Arts

The Cerritos College Keyboard Studies Program held its fall Piano Ensemble Concert on Sunday. About 100 family and friends of the performers gathered for the event as each group of pianists took the spotlight to present its p... Read more »

Falcons hope to extend Pasadena city college’s losing streak

Louiscreas Akins and Louiscreas Akins

September 27, 2012

Filed under ADVERTISING, Arts, Arts Clubs

Cerritos College football will face the Pasadena City College Lancers in its first conference match up of the season on Sept. 29 at Robinson Stadium. The Falcons are coming off a bye week, and a loss the week before against t... Read more »

Counselors encourage diasabled students to join Mentoring Day

Connie Garcia and Connie Garcia

September 14, 2012

Filed under ADVERTISING, Campus Events, Campus Life, News

Windy Herman, computer art major and disabled student, encourages fellow Cerritos College students with disabilities to attend Mentoring Day on Oct. 17 at the Los Angeles City Hall. Mentoring Day is an event specifically des... Read more »

Cosmetology Department successful at Hoe Down Days fundraiser

Mario Jimenez, Mario Jimenez, and Mario Jimenez

March 14, 2012

Filed under ADVERTISING, Arts, Campus Events, Features, News, Reviews

The Cerritos College Cosmetology Department provided haircuts and other grooming services to students at very low prices during day two of the Hoe Down Days Festivities. Cosmetology Major Evelyn Felix said, “We are actual... Read more »

Weapons should not be present on campus

Mario Jimenez and Mario Jimenez

February 13, 2012


Should students be allowed to carry concealed weapons on campus? Definitely not. First of all why should there be any reason for students at any college or university around the world have to carry a concealed weapon around ca... Read more »