Professors, students take part in Center for Teaching Excellence and iFalcon conference

Gustavo Lopez
September 21, 2014
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Michael Wesch, during his presentation at the Center for Teaching Excellence and iFalcon conference, outlined a project he had his anthropology students do. The project consisted of pairing up with someone who was on the opposite spectrum of their personal beliefs and ideologies. Each pair... Read more »

One student in attendance at financial aid workshop

Abraham Venegas, Staff Writer
September 19, 2014
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Despite having only one person in attendance, important information was given at the Satisfactory Academic Progress Workshop on Thursday, September 18. One of the objectives of the workshop was to inform students about Satisfactory Academic Progress or SAP, a policy requiring that students meet the... Read more »

Accreditation deficiencies of college discussed | Board of Trustees

Luis Guzman
September 19, 2014
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In a special meeting involving accreditation reports, the Board of Trustees were told to change the ways things operated on Thursday, Sept.18. Dr. Marie Smith, a former college president and member of the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, served as a consultant for Cerritos... Read more »

Planning for Veterans Day takes another step with meeting

Planning for Veterans Day takes another step with meeting

Jennifer Medina
September 18, 2014
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To express the gratitude toward veterans, a color guard group and a band will be attending the Veterans day ceremony, taking place at the steps of the Burnight Theater on Monday, Nov. 10. The meeting to discuss the planned events was Thursday, Sept. 18, in room BK 111. The Cerritos College school... Read more »

Board of Trustees approve eco-friendly buildings

Jennifer Medina
September 18, 2014
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The Board of Trustees meeting was opened up by giving out two recognitions, the first was the Recognition of Classified Manager of the Year, given to Dr. Adrianna Flores; the second one which was the Recognition of Academic Manager of the Year given to Rachel Mason. The meeting took place Wednesday,... Read more »

Spanish Independence presentation expands student’s mindsets

Spanish Independence presentation expands student’s mindsets

Alexander Naveja
September 18, 2014
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A history presentation had a classroom full of students on Tuesday, Sept. 16, with a total of 67 students in the classroom. The students that attended the presentation were informed about how Mexico got its independence. Jonathon Gonzalez, a student that attended the presentation, said, “This... Read more »

New senate meeting promises better crew

Luis Guzman
September 17, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

The final positions for majority leader, minority leader, senate liaison and other positions are still waiting to be filled, according to the Associated Students of Cerritos College's first senate meeting of the semester which occurred on Wednesday, Sept. 17. The first senate meeting served as an... Read more »

DSPS dedicates reception area to Bob Hughlett

DSPS dedicates reception area to Bob Hughlett

Julien Galvan
September 17, 2014
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The Disabled Student Programs and Services office held a commemoration Tuesday, Sept. 16, for Dr. Bob Hughlett, officially honoring him by naming the reception area in his name and including a plaque next to the entrance of the renamed DSPS office. Hughlett has been a part of Cerritos College for... Read more »

University Mega Fair brings information about transferring to students

University Mega Fair brings information about transferring to students

Jennifer Medina, Associate News Editor
September 17, 2014
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Around 50 to 60 university booths were on campus, so students could obtain information about their future transfer schools during the University Mega Fair that took place Tuesday, Sept. 16, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Falcon Square. “We do three university fairs a year; one of them is called the Mega... Read more »

AAUW aims to help students in more than one way

AAUW aims to help students in more than one way

Carlos Holguin, Staff Writer
September 16, 2014
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Cerritos College joined the rank of over 50 other colleges in California when it officially joined the American Association of University Women this past July. Created in 1881, the AAUW has been working toward equality for women in universities and in the workplace. By joining with... Read more »