Major tips for students

Janel Oliver
April 30, 2016
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Over 50 percent of students entering college are an undecided major and up to 75 percent change their major at least once according to Liz Freedman of Butler University. Cerritos College Career Center helped weather the storm for students on campus by hosting a Choose A Major event, Thursday, April 27 ... Read more »

Interview Basics Workshop

Claudia Cazares
April 30, 2016
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A workshop was offered on Tuesday by career counselor Clara Ross Jones where eight students attended ready to learn the basics of an interview. Jones begun her presentation by getting to know each student in the room, helping them feel more comfortable. The workshop helped to explain the reason and purpos... Read more »

Students identify their own skills at Career Cafe

Students identify their own skills at Career Cafe

Bianca Salgado
April 30, 2016
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Addressing the seven students present, Career Counselor Traci Ukita said, "A skill isn’t something that you are naturally born with but you develop it over a period of time." Career Services hosted their last Career Cafe of the semester on Monday, April 25 at 2 p.m. in the Multipurpose Building ... Read more »

Proposed budget changes for Falcon Kids and Talon Marks

Proposed budget changes for Falcon Kids and Talon Marks

Jenny Gonzalez
April 27, 2016
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Tensions rose as student senators were pressed for time as they discussed certain items on the agenda. Andres Vergara, Commissioner of Budget and Finance, presented a tentative ASCC Budget for the 2016-2017 school year on Wednesday, April 20 and continued discussing items with senators at the Budget an... Read more »

An Undocumented Woman’s Journey

An Undocumented Woman’s Journey

Claudia Cazares
April 26, 2016
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A presentation was held that informed eight students on the struggles that undocumented Latina women face in pursuing higher education. The presentation was held by professor Brenda M. Pulido on Thursday, April 21. She began by introducing the research she has conducted after interviewing and speaking... Read more »

Go green task force to make college more sustainable

Go green task force to make college more sustainable

Tisha Lenon, Staff Writer
April 26, 2016
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The Go Green Task force hosted an Earth Day Fest where students were able to walk around and visit the different information tables and learn about sustainability, recycling, and more. The event was held on Thursday, April 21. The task force is coalition of students that are all joined on the purpose... Read more »

Resource Fair provides students different services

Resource Fair provides students different services

Tisha Lenon, Staff Writer
April 26, 2016
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Different resources to educate on services provided and how they can help students were presented for Cerritos College community in form of a fair. Cerritos College hosted the eight Community Resource Fair on Thursday, April 21 Some of the resources included are childcare, healthcare, shelters,... Read more »

Key note speaker gives a lecture on environmental justice

Key note speaker gives a lecture on environmental justice

Benjamin Garcia, Staff Writer
April 26, 2016
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On April 20th Key note speaker Manuel Pastor and students from ELACC facilitated a workshop on environmental justice. "The reason why we chose environmental justice was to unite the disciplines on the campus on this common issue: the health-related environmental issues and the environmental problems... Read more »

Go Green Task Force shows Jiro Dreams of Sushi

Go Green Task Force shows Jiro Dreams of Sushi

Jenny Gonzalez, Staff Writer
April 26, 2016
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Go Green Task Force hosted a documentary filming of Jiro Dreams of Sushi, a film based on an 85-year old master sushi chef named Jiro Ono along with a panel discussion. Some of Dr. Gaik’s students in his linguistics course presented research regarding the increasing demand of the endangered species,... Read more »

Cerritos College at the forefront of sustainability

Cerritos College at the forefront of sustainability

Kelly Nam, Staff Writer
April 26, 2016
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Did you know Cerritos College is the first college in the state to receive government funding to use reclaimed water on campus? This is all part of a 1.4 billion dollar project to use reclaimed water for campus landscaping. To clarify, the reclaimed water this is not applied to water that comes... Read more »