FSZ: Is America ready for a female president? Why or why not?

FSZ: Is America ready for a female president? Why or why not?

Alan Leyva, Staff Writer
October 31, 2014
Filed under Free Speech Zone, Opinion

We asked students if they think the United States is ready for a female president? ... Read more »

Men can be feminine, too

Katherine Grijalva
October 28, 2014
Filed under Opinion

The word “femininity” appears to the public as having womanly behaviors, traits and displaying feminine roles since the day you are born. But the truth is, femininity is socially constructed. When we think about being feminine, we automatically assume it only refers to women.... Read more »

No one knows, no one goes

Denny Cristales
October 28, 2014
Filed under Opinion

You’re walking down campus and all you see are flyers and banners touting that this whole financial aid workshop thing that’s happening is going to be the biggest event of the year. People left and right are campaigning for students to attend and join and be invested in this important... Read more »

Undocumented students should be able to receive financial aid

Gustavo Lopez
October 27, 2014
Filed under Opinion

Undocumented students should receive financial aid – pure and simple. Students with financial aid will probably never know the struggle of trying to pay for books, food and transportation (gas or bus). It’s not easy not being able to legally work AND go to school – full-time or even part-time. According... Read more »

Fall semester graduates should be able to walk

Sebastian Aguayo
October 27, 2014
Filed under Opinion

The fall semester is coming to an end and a few Falcons will be soaring on to the blue skies. They will ascend into some new challenges or enter a realm that they’ve never pictured before (I know - corny). In other words, some students from Cerritos College will be leaving... Read more »

Don’t save the boobs, save the person

Carlos Holguin
October 27, 2014
Filed under Opinion

I hate Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To clarify, that's not me saying that cancer is not something people should celebrate or that we should not continue research and awareness for breast cancer. People wearing bracelets and shirts that say "Save the boobies" or " Keep... Read more »

One Minute Review | The Book Of Life

Carlos Holguin, Daniel Linares, and Kristopher Carrasco
October 26, 2014
Filed under Movies, Multimedia, Multimedia Editor, Opinion, Video, Videos

Carlos is back again this week to bring you a One Minute Movie Review of "The Book Of Life," starring Channing Tatum, Zoe Saldana and Diego Luna. The movie takes a twist on the Mexican culture of the Day of the Dead celebration in a way that tells a captivating love story. Tune in next time for... Read more »

Students should keep campus restrooms clean

Maria Lopez, Online Editor
October 21, 2014
Filed under Opinion

Everybody has to go to the bathroom some time. As adults, one would assume that everyone would know basic bathroom etiquette. However, that doesn’t seem to be the case for some people on campus. For some reason students out there (you know who you are) don’t take other people into consideration... Read more »

Being an introvert is not a bad thing

Maria Lopez, Online Editor
October 21, 2014
Filed under Opinion

Are you mostly an introvert? Do prolonged social interactions make you cringe and want to run away? Do you get anxious just talking to strangers you don’t know? Would you rather be at home than at a party? If you answered “yes” to some of these questions, you’re probably an introvert. According... Read more »

Stop panicking about Ebola

Grester Celis-Acosta, Opinion Ediitor
October 21, 2014
Filed under Opinion

“Ebola, Ebola, Ebola.” That is one of the many headlines that pops up everywhere in today’s news. But is the Ebola virus a big deal in the United States? Should people begin to panic? Currently in West Africa, where the Ebola outbreak is more prominent than in the United States, BBC reports... Read more »