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WPMD nominated as best radio 1 in America

Lindsay Helberg
March 24
Filed under Arts, Arts & Entertainment

For the third time in four years the Cerritos College radio station WPMD “Where People Make a Difference" was honored by the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System, as one of America’s top college radio stations. Although the station hasn’t won that prestigious award yet, it has won ot...

Quetzal: The Eternal Getdown

Quetzal: The Eternal Getdown

Natasha Molina
March 23
Filed under Arts, Arts & Entertainment, Music

This article has been updated after publishing to add another source. Rich in culture is the best way to describe what Grammy-winning, Quetzal's music brings to the table, with a unique sound and powerful lyrics this group is sure to catch more than one ear's attention. According to the Los Ange...

The Bright Sessions Podcast Review

The Bright Sessions Podcast Review

Karina Quiran-Juarez
March 23
Filed under Arts, Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

Are you a fan of superheroes? How about superheroes in therapy? If you answer yes to either of those questions, then The Bright Sessions, created by Lauren Shippen, should definitely be on your radar. The Bright Sessions is an immersive audio drama podcast that is both fascinating and compelling, takes st...

When two worlds collide

When two worlds collide

Marck Parra
March 23
Filed under Arts, Arts & Entertainment, Features

Addison Favela, engineering major, inserts a new roll of film into his vintage film camera, ready to forget the troubles of his past and focus on capturing the best shot he possibly can.As a Marine veteran, Favela admits that adjusting back to "civilian life" can be difficult for a military veteran, ...

Spring Dance Concert puts on enjoyable acts

Benjamin Garcia
March 14
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The annual Spring Dance Concert was full of attention grabbing performances, spanning a wide range of origins, that made it impossible to look away from the stage. In act one of the show, there were numerous superb works. It started with Shaping the World in Between from The Choreography Classics, with the cre...

Dance concert emotional for dancers partake

Benjamin Garcia
March 13
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Performing Arts

For many dancers, this spring dance concert was one that bared a deep emotional meaning. As dance major Rebecca Joy Herrera said earlier this year, "this semester we're all working on powerful pieces," explaining that it would be Janet Sanderson's last concert before retirement, making the concert mo...

Hugh Jackman’s farewell to Logan

Hugh Jackman’s farewell to Logan

Natasha Molina
March 9
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Showcase

Lights, camera, action & claws. Yes thats right, claws. Hugh Jackman returns in the final X-men installment, "Logan." Long time fans of the Wolverine character are in for an action packed ride with so much of the original feel that X-Men has always brought. This time around Logan brings...

Our Lady of 121st leaves audience with an array of emotions

Our Lady of 121st leaves audience with an array of emotions

Lizette Sainz, Staff Writer
March 1
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Performing Arts, Showcase

A new theatrical play was performed at Cerritos College called, “Our Lady of 121st Street." On Friday, Feb. 24, the theater had an estimated capacity for 121 seats available for the audience and only around eight seats were left empty. The play, directed by Brant Reiter, was set on the day of...

Spring Dance Concert to bring new beginnings

Bengamin Garcia, Opinion Editor
March 1
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Commencements and new beginnings are what Dance Department chair Janet Sanderson thought of when she worked directing students who will be transferring out of Cerritos College as well as first time performers for the Spring Dance concert. "This semester we're all working on powerful pieces," said...

Untraditional Valentine’s Day writing contest

David Jenkins
February 14
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

"This is the second year that we've done something like this, [I'm] kind of excited. Last year I had over 30 entries and they were really great. We also had six judges last year, so this is the second annual," English instructor Erin Cole the creator of the Valentine's day writing contest said. The Valentine...

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