Getting students in classes

Gustavo Lopez
February 5, 2016
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Classes closed for students last Friday but somehow some professors end up with students who were enrolled in the class but not on the roster. This led to crowded classes and some students out of a class. This was one of the issues Faculty Senate discussed during their meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 2. The se... Read more »

Cabinet discusses Goodwill Program and kiosks

Cabinet discusses Goodwill Program and kiosks

Jenny Gonzalez
February 5, 2016
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The Goodwill Project and Purchasing Touchscreen Kiosks were topics discussed at the Cabinet meeting on Monday, Feb. 1. The Goodwill Project was introduced by the Employment Services Coordinator, Bridgette Nalty. This program is primarily for, but not limited to, business major students, who want an inte... Read more »

Scholarship Workshop fills the room

Scholarship Workshop fills the room

Jenny Gonzalez
February 5, 2016
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The Scholarship Workshop filled up quickly as Rachel Samarin, program assistant, prepared for the event she was hosting.The workshop was held on Tuesday, Feb. 2 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. She didn’t expect the outcome of students who showed. “I was surprised. I think it was a really good ... Read more »

Faculty continues ongoing fight for better opportunity

Faculty continues ongoing fight for better opportunity

Ethan Ortiz
February 3, 2016
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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 of t... Read more »

Scholarships available to study and intern abroad in foreign countries

Scholarships available to study and intern abroad in foreign countries

Bianca Salgado
February 3, 2016
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Amy Perez, anthropology major, remarks how students can benefit from the Gilman scholarship, “I think this is really helpful because there is a lot of people who need the experience from the work study and sometimes it can get really expensive and very competitive."Eugenio Rivera, double major in crimi... Read more »

Professor Lardner lectures on importance of teaching methods

Professor Lardner lectures on importance of teaching methods

Kelly Nam
February 3, 2016
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Professor Lardner, an English composition teacher held a lecture on how to improve education and student learning at community college.The workshop took place on Thursday, Jan. 28."We have never seen the effect of family wealth affect education opportunity this skewed before," she stated.Due to the pre... Read more »

Dr. JoAnna Schilling to leave Cerritos College in February

Dr. JoAnna Schilling to leave Cerritos College in February

Karla Enriquez, Editor-in-Chief
February 1, 2016
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After assuming the position of vice president / assistant superintendent of Academic Affairs of Cerritos College in 2012, the college will bid Dr. JoAnna Schilling farewell. Schilling accepted the interim vice president of Academic Affairs position at Rio Hondo and is expected to start on Feb. 16,... Read more »

ASCC Senate to decide on a tobacco free campus

Chantal Romero
February 1, 2016
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ASCC Senate has discussed the possibility of implementing a tobacco free campus policy. Senator Hugo Avalos brought forth this legislative proposal on Wednesday, Jan. 27 which he specified would be different from a smoke-free campus policy. Avalos wants a much stricter policy which would not only limit t... Read more »

Major workshop brings clarity to students

Karla Enriquez
January 30, 2016
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Thomas Moreno walked into business education 120 a couple of minutes past 4:30 and into the choosing a major workshop as a college student with an undecided major.Moreno made the decision to attend because a counselor had suggested he visited the event.Like other college students finding their way, Moren... Read more »

Faculty senate sparks new resolutions for the new year

Ethan Ortiz
January 29, 2016
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The first faculty senate meeting of the spring semester sparked resolutions and opportunities to move in a new direction for the college.The senate met on Tuesday, Jan. 26, led by senate president Michelle Lewellen, and primarily focused on a resolution regarding sabbaticals and featured a presentat... Read more »