‘The Whexican’ film screens in LA

‘The Whexican’ film screens in LA

Katherine Grijalva, Arts Editor
September 8, 2014
Filed under Arts, Editor's Picks

"The Whexican," a short comedy film directed by Cerritos College acting professor, Forrest Hartl, screened at El Cid restaurant in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Sept. 3. Tickets were sold only for an audience of 21 and over, at $8, and the starting time was at 8 p.m. However, the first hour of the event... Read more »

Water polo prepares for fall season

Water polo prepares for fall season

Sebastian Echeverry, Contributor
August 28, 2014
Filed under Editor's Picks, Sports, Waterpolo

Sports are played on a number of different platforms; however, there remains one sport that is truly out of human element. The Cerritos College water polo program is back in action this Fall and according to the men’s head coach Joe Abing, this new breed of aquatic gladiators will be run by fresh... Read more »

Life and death of Cornejo through social media

Life and death of Cornejo through social media

Armando Jacobo, Sports Editor
August 26, 2014
Filed under Editor's Picks, Multimedia, Soccer, Sports, Women's Sports

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Death gives insight on life

Death gives insight on life

Denny Cristales, Editor-in-Chief
August 22, 2014
Filed under Editor's Picks, Opinion

Death’s a fickle thing. Certainly, it’s always common knowledge that we’re all going to die at some point. But, I mean, it’s not always “there, there” - it’s always in the back of your mind. It’s almost cyclical. You forget about the inevitable fate that binds us all as mortals... Read more »

Student Center debuts new food choices

Student Center debuts new food choices

Eduardo Alvarado , Staff Writer
August 19, 2014
Filed under Editor's Picks, News

For returning Cerritos College student Melissa Uranga, a sociology major, dining at one of the two new eateries available on campus was an exciting experience. "The food, overall, was pleasantly good, but at the end of the day, (I) still wished 'Oh No Tokyo!' was open due to the price and taste, overall." 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
Filed under Editor's Picks

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 »