Haunted Hollywood Sports Walkthrough | Cerritos College Night | GoPro

Haunted Hollywood Sports Walkthrough | Cerritos College Night | GoPro

Denny Cristales and Daniel Linares
October 10, 2014
Filed under Arts, Editor's Picks, Features, Movies, Multimedia, Off campus, Video, Videos

We went to Haunted Hollywood Sports and attached a GoPro to ourselves and shot up some zombies and went through some mazes. We even put it on one of the monsters, too! Take a look. Cerritos College Night for Haunted Hollywood Sports was held Friday, Oct. 3. For one night, students at Cerritos College... Read more »

FSZ: What are your favorite activities for the Halloween season?

FSZ: What are your favorite activities for the Halloween season?

Katherine Grijalva, Arts Editor
October 1, 2014
Filed under Editor's Picks, Free Speech Zone, Opinion

October is here! A month of spooky escapades is afoot for the month of October! So we asked students around campus what their favorite activities are... 1. Jaci Navas, communications major ... Read more »

Students don’t like what they ‘C’

Students don’t like what they ‘C’

Denny Cristales, Editor-in-Chief
September 30, 2014
Filed under Editor's Picks, News

UPDATE (Oct. 3, 4:21 p.m): Dean of Student Services Gilbert Contreras could not meet in person, but he learned "a lot of valuable information" in the meeting with Fresh and Natural, according to Student Events Specialist Cynthia Chavez. He is scheduled for interview on Monday at 9 a.m. for further details. UPDATE... Read more »

Another loss in a close game for women’s water polo

Another loss in a close game for women’s water polo

Kristopher Carrasco, Multimedia Editor
September 25, 2014
Filed under Editor's Picks, Sports, Waterpolo, Women's Sports

"I think throughout the entire game, we were in it, whether we were down by one or down by four, it was definitely a winnable game," assistant coach Sharon Ku said after suffering another loss. The women's water polo team played a tough game against Mt. San Antonio College, only to lose with a score... Read more »

Using art to cope with complex regional pain syndrome

Using art to cope with complex regional pain syndrome

Gustavo Lopez, News Editor
September 23, 2014
Filed under Arts, Editor's Picks, Features, Showcase

Natalie Romero is like any other student here at Cerritos College, she is studying to become teacher is a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and has a G.P.A. of 3.65. She is on her third year at Cerritos College and hopes to get her AA and transfer soon. But unlike most students here at Cerritos... Read more »

‘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 »