Video game competition ends in a three-way tie capping off Falcon Games

Luis Guzman

March 27, 2015

Filed under Club News, News

Club members button-mashed their way to victory in the final day of the Falcon Games on Thursday, March 26.It was a tie for first place with Psychology club, Architecture club and Technology club taking it.... Read more »

An invisible war that needs to be seen

Lauren Torres

March 27, 2015

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Women's History Month events on Cerritos campus cover different aspects of what it has meant to be a woman through the years. Thursday's, March 26, showing of the groundbreaking documentary 'The Invisible War'... Read more »

Students and staff learn how to deal with sexual harassment

Gustavo Lopez, Editor-In-Chief

March 25, 2015

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Humanities Professor Julie Trager hosted a sexual harassment and Title IX training after she realized that students in her class and outside of it had almost no knowledge about the resources available to them in the case of... Read more »

University professor explains female terrorism

Luis Guzman

March 24, 2015

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What is terrorism and what makes a terrorist? These were just some of the topics that were discussed at a seminar hosted by Professor John Haas on Tuesday, March 25 in the Teleconference Center from 11 a.m. till noon.The... Read more »

Students and staff unite against sexual assault

Gustavo Lopez, Editor-In-Chief

March 14, 2015

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Students on campus have voiced their concerns over the safety alerts on campus, among them are members of the MEChA club.On March 12, the MEChA club invited students to a safety workshop in which Acting Chief of Campus... Read more »