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Faculty senate discusses class cancellation policy

Karla Enriquez
December 6, 2016
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For students who worry about class cancellations due to low enrollment, there may be a solution in the near future. Class cancellation policy and faculty hiring were the two topics discussed at the Tuesday faculty senate meeting. The group discussed how the school is currently canceling classes that do... Read more »

Cerritos College celebrates the service of retiring board member Bob Arthur

Cerritos College celebrates the service of retiring board member Bob Arthur

Alvaro Bayona
December 6, 2016
Filed under News, Showcase

Now that we're approaching the last few weeks in the year, it’s time to say goodbye.On Thursday, December 1, Cerritos College led a retirement party for board of trustees member Bob Arthur, who has served on the board for 21 years.In fact, he used to also be a mayor and councilman for the city of ... Read more »

New signs for gender neutral restrooms are voted upon at inclusive forum

Max Perez
December 5, 2016
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On Wednesday, Nov. 30 the Gender Neutral Restroom Forums held a second open meeting. Audience members who attended were given the opportunity to vote on the new signs that will be placed on the restrooms. The forum was led by Dr. Valyncia Raphael with two guest speakers from the Angel Step Up program, Rache... Read more »

Ongoing board election results oust incumbent trustee

Briana Hicks
November 15, 2016
Filed under Board of Trustees, News

While people were heavily focused on the national election, the incumbents for board of trustees were focusing on their own election results. Tuesday, November 8th the race to fill open seats for board of trustees took off as expected. Trustee members Bob Arthur, area 1, Carmen Avalos, area 2, M... Read more »

Man killed in Azusa shooting was grandfather of Cerritos College student

Man killed in Azusa shooting was grandfather of Cerritos College student

Karla Enriquez
November 15, 2016
Filed under News, Showcase

For millions of people in the United States, Nov. 8 marked the day they would cast their ballot to elect the president of the nation, for psychology major Brenna Varney this day would have more significance.By Tuesday afternoon, Varney had learned of the death of her grandfather, 70-year-old Francis... Read more »

ASCC cabinet discusses a campus shuttle for students

Ethan Ortiz
November 15, 2016
Filed under News, Student Government

A Falcon Shuttle could be making its way to Cerritos as early as spring 2017.Cabinet held a meeting on Monday, Nov. 14 in BK-111/112, where the idea of having a campus shuttle was presented.Student senator Eduardo De La Rosa gave the powerpoint presentation, along with student body president Saul Lopez.They ... Read more »

Beginning stages being completed for gender neutral bathroom

Terrel Emerson
November 15, 2016
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The prospective idea of gender neutral bathrooms has gotten off to a pretty fast start, as now potential bathroom specifics are being discussed on campus. Title IX Coordinator Dr. Valyncia Raphael hosted a Title IX and Gender Identity forum in order to raise more awareness for the proposed bathrooms. She ... Read more »

ASCC offers legislation workshop for students

Lizette Sainz
November 14, 2016
Filed under News, Student Government

The first legislation presentation workshop took place on Tuesday, Nov. 7, at BK 111 it was presented by ASCC Standing Setup Orientation Board. The orientation board consist of five members. Political science major Megan KIm said, "I thought it was very helpful, when I was commissioner I wrote some legislatio... Read more »

ASCC focuses on student awareness, outreach and involvement on campus

ASCC focuses on student awareness, outreach and involvement on campus

Perla Lara
November 14, 2016
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Student awareness, outreach and involvement are the three things that ASCC Senate Vice-President Enrique Rodriguez wants to see from all the students on campus. Conferences, task force and reaching the students on campus where the main agenda items that ASCC Senate had to discuss for the Wednesday, Nov. 9 AS... Read more »

CSULB students gather for anti-Trump protest

CSULB students gather for anti-Trump protest

Terrel Emerson
November 14, 2016
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It didn't take long after the election results for Californian's anger to boil over into the streets of its various cities.Cal State Long Beach was no different as students paraded throughout its campus expressing their displeasure with new President-elect Donald Trump.Communications studies professo... Read more »

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