Black History Month kickoff event renders unexpected results

Black History Month kickoff event renders unexpected results

Jenny Gonzalez, Staff Writer
February 10, 2016
Filed under Editor's Picks, News

African drummers performed in the Student Center for the Black History Month Kickoff event and the reaction of the audience was unexpected. The Black History Month Planning Committee, made up of students, faculty and staff, hosted the event on February 3. Miya A. Walker, Director of College Relations,... Read more »

Everything goes the Falcons’ way on a sunny day

Everything goes the Falcons’ way on a sunny day

Taylor Ogata, Staff Writer
February 8, 2016
Filed under Baseball, Editor's Picks, Men's Sports, Sports

The pitching arms, gloves, and bats came out ready to play for the Cerritos College baseball team Saturday afternoon. Stellar pitching, superior defense and grade-A hitting was everything the Falcons needed for their 12-2 thrashing of the Victor Valley Rams in front of an estimated 100 people, accord... Read more »

Faculty continues ongoing fight for better opportunity

Faculty continues ongoing fight for better opportunity

Ethan Ortiz, News Editor
February 3, 2016
Filed under Editor's Picks, News

Money makes the world go round, and it is no different when discussing faculty wages at Cerritos College. For a number of months, faculty has been looking to get raises or opportunities to go back to school so they can get a higher education that would ensure a better pay. At one of the last board... Read more »

Your child is not a weapon and your grudge is pointless

Your child is not a weapon and your grudge is pointless

Kristopher Carrasco, Online Editor
February 2, 2016
Filed under Editor's Picks, Editorial, Editorial Cartoons, Editorials, Opinion

Sometimes, some parents simply aren’t compatible with one another and it’s a mystery as to how they even thought about having a baby in the first place. Couples sometimes arrive at the decision to go their separate ways. The separated parents can end on bad terms and often the children are ... Read more »

Club advisers reception shows off student talent

Club advisers reception shows off student talent

Miguel Meza, Staff Writer
February 1, 2016
Filed under Campus Life, Editor's Picks, Showcase

As the sun set over the Cerritos College campus, hordes of club advisers, presidents and even a number of talented individuals filled up the Student Center for the Club Advisor/Officer Reception. The many faces in attendance took their seats at tables decorated with white and blue table cloths along... Read more »

Something is missing in Adele’s Latest Album

Something is missing in Adele’s Latest Album

Briana Hicks, Staff Writer
December 9, 2015
Filed under Campus Life, Editor's Picks

Adele’s latest album, “25," is a great album, but it isn’t as good as everyone makes it out to be. Her album titled “21,” had numerous stand out songs, such as “Rolling in the Deep," "Rumour Has it", "Turning Tables," "Don’t You Remember," "Set Fire to the Rain," "He Won’t Go" and... Read more »

Wrestling gets two-peat victory in So Cal regional

Wrestling gets two-peat victory in So Cal regional

Toni Reveles
December 8, 2015
Filed under Editor's Picks, Men's Sports, Sports, Wrestling

The wrestling team is now back-to-back SoCal Champions. At the Southern California Regional Tournament on Saturday, Dec. 5 the wrestling team came up big as they placed first for the second consecutive year. With its total number of points being 173, beating second place Mt. San Antonio College... Read more »

Operation Gobble provides turkeys for less fortunate

Operation Gobble provides turkeys for less fortunate

Gustavo Lopez, Online Editor
November 26, 2015
Filed under Editor's Picks, News

The holiday of Thanksgiving is one that is rife with images of feasting and turkeys, but sometimes there are those who are less fortunate. That's why 32nd Senate District Senator Tony Mendoza and his staff joined with several programs such as the Barbara J. Riley Community Center-Senior Program, the... Read more »

Board of trustees debates over unimportant issues

Board of trustees debates over unimportant issues

November 18, 2015
Filed under Editor's Picks, Editorial, Editorial Cartoons, Editorials, Opinion

When dealing with a community, which is more productive? Symbolism or proactive approach; should one exist without the other? The Cerritos College Board of Trustees could be doing a better job of discussing items that directly affect the student population. As of late, the board has spent a sizeable ... Read more »