Students strut their stuffing for Turkey Trot

Carlos Holguin
November 20, 2014
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As students ran and walked the course of this year's annual Turkey Trot, donations flowed into the registration desk by Falcon Square in the form of canned goods and cash Thursday, Nov. 20, starting from 11:05 a.m. "(The Turkey Trot) was started by the Dr. Ni Bueno (health education instructor) and... Read more »

Puente Program empowers students for the next level

Luis Guzman
November 20, 2014
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'Once a Puentesta, always a Puentesta', is a motto for many of the students enrolled in the Puente Program; students that come from different social or economic backgrounds.The Puente Program, a statewide program operating in 38 community colleges, is a program that helps students who... Read more »

Red Cross on campus, students donate blood

Kenia Torres
November 19, 2014
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“That one hour you take to donate blood might be painful and long, but saving someone in the hospital is priceless,” Guinevere Endter, the senior accountant manager for the American Red Cross said.Those are... Read more »

Go Green goals discussed, game room decision postponed

Jennifer Medina
November 19, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

“In comparison to other community colleges, Cerritos College is dramatically behind the term of being ‘sustainable’ especially in comparison to community colleges up north, specifically in transportation, energy efficiency and recycling,” said ASCC President Miles Aiello during... Read more »

Students out looking for ‘major’ success

Students out looking for ‘major’ success

Carlos Holguin, Staff Writer
November 18, 2014
Filed under News, Showcase

Booths in front of the library decorated themselves with banners, pamphlets, and even a car to attract students at the Nov. 18 Majors Fair. Held on the sidewalk in front of the library, different departments used booths to inform students of possible career paths or convince undecided students to... Read more »

Game over for the Game Room?

Denny Cristales
November 18, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

It seems like it could be “game over” for the Game Room. Discussions at ASCC have intensified regarding the Game Room and the possibility of removing it entirely and replacing it with something else. The Game Room has been losing revenue, according to reports at ASCC... Read more »

New fitness program discussed at Cabinet meeting

Jennifer Medina
November 18, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

Debbie Jensen, Physical Education professor gave a deliberate presentation Monday, Nov. 17, during the Cabinet meeting about the Pedal program that she is trying to initiate on campus. At the beginning of her presentation, she handed out a pamphlet with information about the Pedal Program. According... Read more »

‘Shhhhh': Noise an issue in library, Student Center

Denny Cristales
November 17, 2014
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Students expressed one irony about the library - it's too loud.   Noise has become an issue for students regarding the Student Center and library areas. There is concern... Read more »

History Professor Haas to interview MIT Professor Chomsky

abraham venegas
November 17, 2014
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The name Noam Chomsky might bring a different reaction to different people. Some consider him a champion of social justice, while others consider him a mere agitator with misplaced views, but few have had the opportunity to sit down with him and talk about the world. History professor... Read more »

Los Cerritos hosts Microsoft opening, Kelly Clarkson concert

Denny Cristales
November 17, 2014
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The Los Cerritos Center will be home to Microsoft’s 13th retail store in California on Saturday, Nov. 22, with a chance to see Kelly Clarkson live that same day. The store will open its doors at 11 a.m. with a ribbon cutting. The opening day will have discounts and exclusive merchandise,... Read more »