Oct. 31 | News Roundup

Oct. 31 | News Roundup

Maria Lopez, Online Editor
October 31, 2014
Filed under Multimedia, News, Video, Videos

Sebastian Echeverry gives us the lowdown on the news for the week of Oct. 31. Senate discussed Safe Zone and LGBT plans, Zombie Fest invaded Cerritos College for a good cause and students were treated to a variety of special Halloween activities.

Festive zombies infect campus

Festive zombies infect campus

Gustavo Lopez, News Editor
October 30, 2014
Filed under Club News, News

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Fall Awards Banquet to be re-evaluated, Safe Zone budget passed

Fall Awards Banquet to be re-evaluated, Safe Zone budget passed

Julien Galvan, Staff Writer
October 29, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

Note: A previous report that Cabinet approved the Fall Awards Banquet was misinterpreted, stating that the Fall Awards Banquet was approved for the semester.  Apologies all around for the error.  Normal story is as follows:  The ASCC Senate met to discuss a variety of topics... Read more »

Lacy responds to two resignation petitions

Daniel Green
October 28, 2014
Filed under News

Despite her announcing her resignation for June 2015, a petition has appeared that is trying to force Cerritos College President Linda Lacy to resign early.According to an article by Hews Media Group – Community Newspaper, two online petitions have appeared demanding President Lacy’s... Read more »

Child Development Center hosts fall ‘Harvest’ event for kids

Child Development Center hosts fall ‘Harvest’ event for kids

Denny Cristales, Editor-in-Chief
October 28, 2014
Filed under News, Showcase

Watching Little Red Riding Hood being chased around by the Big Bad Wolf is typically something found in fairy tales, but last Friday was indeed the exception - for... Read more »

Woman illegally videotaped in Liberal Arts/DSPS Building restroom

Woman illegally videotaped in Liberal Arts/DSPS Building restroom

Gustavo Lopez, News Editor
October 28, 2014
Filed under News

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Fall Banquet approved, committee to start accepting nominations

Jennifer Medina
October 27, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

After many pros and cons from commissioners and senators, the Fall Banquet Awards is now officially approved and applications are now available for grabs to any student that is involved in a club, as was decided at the ASCC Cabinet meeting Monday, Oct. 27.During the meeting, President... Read more »

Tom Gallivan: A man of two hats

Tom Gallivan: A man of two hats

Denny Cristales, Editor-in-Chief
October 27, 2014
Filed under News

Stumbling across Tom Gallivan at any point and asking him how is day is going would probably evoke one response. “Busy.” But that’s the kind of thing you would expect from a man who is wearing two hats. Gallivan, captain of campus police, now also serves the role of Interim Police Chief. He... Read more »

Bio-Chemistry Club holds fundraiser for future events

Bio-Chemistry Club holds fundraiser for future events

Gustavo Lopez, News Editor
October 23, 2014
Filed under Club News, News

The Bio-Chemistry Club held a fundraiser Tuesday, Oct. 21, to help fund trips for its members. The club sold boba drinks and assorted chips and snacks to passing students from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The club had recently gone to a trip to a UC Davis and hopes to be able to go on more campus tours and... Read more »

Putting a spin on financial literacy

Putting a spin on financial literacy

Gustavo Lopez
October 23, 2014
Filed under News, Showcase

Students were given the chance to win prizes like tote bags, stickers and shirts at the Financial Aid booth in front of the library on Thursday, Oct. 23. All students had to do was fill out a check correctly, and if they did, they got to spin the wheel. The Financial Literacy Campaign was sponsored... Read more »