Skipping class should be done with caution

Larissa Morales, Staff Writer
April 22, 2014
Filed under Opinion

When you live in a world where everything is moving at 100 miles an hour, there are some days when you need to take a step back and say, "It's time for some me time." Whatever your situation is, whether it be a full time or part time student, who works, has to baby sit and needs to do homework and still... Read more »

Bungie was wrong to fire video game soundtrack god O’Donnell

Gustavo Lopez, Copy Editor
April 22, 2014
Filed under Opinion

On April 11, legendary composer Martin O'Donnell tweeted that Bungie had "terminated him." O'Donnell has composed memorable soundtracks for the Halo series, ONI, Myth and the upcoming game Destiny. His work for Destiny maybe the last great soundtrack that Bungie will have. Bungie... Read more »

Music purchasing shouldn’t die due to streaming

Grester Celis-Acosta, Associate Opinion
April 22, 2014
Filed under Opinion

With music streaming services popping up left and right, the question comes up, "is purchasing music dying?" Music streaming services make you pay a small monthly fee in order to let their users listen to as much music as they want. Dr. Dre and his beats audio company recently launched their own... Read more »

Anxiety shouldn’t be judged

Maria Lopez, Online Editor
April 22, 2014
Filed under Opinion

I felt like I was dying. My lungs felt like they couldn’t hold any air. I couldn’t breathe. The room felt hot and I began to sweat. I was panicking, should I leave the class and miss out an important lecture? Or should I stay and hope that whatever I was experiencing would go away and no one would... Read more »

Editorial: what the students should want

Gustavo Lopez
April 18, 2014
Filed under Opinion

As of July spring semester, Cerritos students will have healthier food options on campus. There was a lot of effort put into having these changes at Cerritos. Many students don't even know what went into preparing discussions or meetings, hours that certain students put into making their cause heard. By... Read more »

Don’t drive while distracted

Alexandra Scoville, Editor in Chief
April 18, 2014
Filed under Opinion

There have been some new ads developing lately targeting the younger generation that tend to get distracted while driving. It goes beyond just texting while driving. That just barely scratches the surface. Distraction while driving contains three areas: Manual, Visual and Cognitive. Manual is... Read more »

The context of the word is the real venom

Denny Cristales, News Editor
April 17, 2014
Filed under Opinion

Offensive? Probably. There are people reading the very words on this paper and cringing at the very thought of seeing the word bastard thrown around so comfortably. People say these things to one another with the intent of malice and harm. Words can carry a lot of gravity. In the midst of anger... Read more »

FSZ: Why do you think the suicide rate in college students is rising?

FSZ: Why do you think the suicide rate in college students is rising?

Kristopher Carrasco
April 16, 2014
Filed under Opinion

1. Jonathan Talvevae, business major ... Read more »

Don’t let college kill you

Carlos Holguin
April 16, 2014
Filed under Opinion

A few weeks ago, my life came to a halt when I got a phone call halfway through my day. I stopped typing up an essay for a class and decided that somethings are worth more than a good grade. A friend of mine had attempted suicide. The stress from school and life was a bit too much for them to handle. This... Read more »

FSZ: What kind of April Fools’ Day pranks will you do?

FSZ: What kind of April Fools’ Day pranks will you do?

Katherine Grijalva, Copy Editor
April 14, 2014
Filed under Opinion

1. Elijah Gaines, Fine Arts major ... Read more »