Interview with freshman shot-putt record breaker Destiny Talalemotu

Interview with freshman shot-putt record breaker Destiny Talalemotu

Sebastian Echeverry, Sports Editor
April 9, 2014
Filed under Editor's Picks, Multimedia

Sports Editor, Sebastian Echeverry, interviews freshman shot-putt record breaker Destiny Talalemotu on how she works on obtaining her goals in the sport.

Three car collision on Alondra Boulevard

Three car collision on Alondra Boulevard

Kristopher Carrasco, Mutimedia Editor
April 7, 2014
Filed under Editor's Picks, News

On Monday, April 7 at 4:45 p.m., a car crash involving three vehicles occurred near the corner of Studebaker Road and Alondra Boulevard when one of the drivers lost control of his vehicle due to a seizure. No immediate injuries happened as a result of the crash. A woman who didn't want to disclose... Read more »

Cerritos College athlete Randy Baldwin juggles multiple sports

Cerritos College athlete Randy Baldwin juggles multiple sports

Luis Guzman, Associate News Editor
April 1, 2014
Filed under Editor's Picks, Features, Sports

Some athletes can only handle one sport but there are people like Randy Baldwin, who can juggle many collegiate responsibilities. Baldwin is currently involved with the swimming, diving and water polo team for Cerritos College. Baldwin’s... Read more »

Hold on, let me take a selfie

Hold on, let me take a selfie

Larissa Morales, Staff Writer
April 1, 2014
Filed under Editor's Picks, Opinion

Selfies or belfies, which are photos taken of your face or your entire body have become a huge craze in the recent year. They’re so popular that there is even a song out there right now that tells you to take a selfie. Selfies are such a part of our culture that I think every person... Read more »

Film Club explores black and white genre

Film Club explores black and white genre

Carlos Holguin, Associate Arts Editor
March 4, 2014
Filed under Arts, Editor's Picks

While the equipment for a day of filming was being set-up, film major and Film Club member Alexandra Cabriales looked over lines for the scene ahead. The scene was from the ongoing film project “The Papercup Caper,” a Film Noir spoof. Film Noir refers to a black and white film style from the... Read more »

Different sexualities should not be ignored

Carlos Holguin, Associate Arts Editor
February 25, 2014
Filed under Editor's Picks

There seems to be a strange uncertainty when it comes to transgender students using the correct bathroom. An uncomfortable air from students who may not understand the concept of being transgender and students who identify with a different gender. Add to the fact that some trans students may identify... Read more »

Maintaining your beard

Maintaining your beard

February 25, 2014
Filed under Editor's Picks, Multimedia, Video, Videos

Beards have come and they have taken the world by storm. However, make sure that you clean it up if you are going to grow out your facial hair. Gustavo Olguin is here to help you with the basic steps of maintaining your beard. *sigh* "What can I do with this?" "I can go with the clean shaven Clark... Read more »

Cerritos College Art Gallery Opening

Cerritos College Art Gallery Opening

Kristopher Carrasco, Multimedia Editor
February 21, 2014
Filed under Editor's Picks

The Cerritos College Art Gallery is presenting three different and interesting pieces by several artists. The art gallery had its grand opening Monday, February 10. Artists Hollis Cooper, Connie DK Lane and Meeson Pae Yang are being featured in the Cerritos College Art Gallery until March 14.Each... Read more »

Accreditation for sports has its own rules

Accreditation for sports has its own rules

Sebastian Echeverry, Sports Editor
February 20, 2014
Filed under Editor's Picks

While the school's class rooms undergoes its accreditation, the fields, courts and pools get a different test. "A different type of accreditation," Athletics dean Daniel Smith said. Cerritos' conference participates in a program called the athletic programs review and it happens every six years,... Read more »

New Liberal Arts and DSPS Building set to open in Summer 2014

New Liberal Arts and DSPS Building set to open in Summer 2014

Alexandra Scoville, Editor In Chief
January 30, 2014
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Since its demolition in Dec. 2012, the old Business Education building is long gone and the new Liberal Arts and DSPS building has taken shape, with almost more than 75 percent of it completed. Cerritos College President Dr. Linda Lacy seems pleased with the progress of the construction. "It's... Read more »