Vote of no confidence attempted on Makinano, denied by senate

Vote of no confidence attempted on Makinano, denied by senate

Denny Cristales, News Editor
April 17, 2014
Filed under News, Showcase, Student Government

A vote of no confidence was attempted on student trustee Lance Makinano, per two members of the senate who feel that they were misrepresented on the recent initiative of the 100 new sections implemented for summer school. “There’s certain members of the senate who feel the current student trustee... Read more »

Child Development Center promotes earlier literacy in children

Luis Guzman, Associate News Editor
April 17, 2014
Filed under News

The Child Development Center held a book sale on April 14. The book sale will last until the end of this week. Child Development has been participating in Scholastic book fairs since spring of 2012. Its profit for helping the Scholastic Corporation will be free books. Debra Ward, director... Read more »

Falcon Games: the final week

Kristopher Carrasco
April 17, 2014
Filed under Club News, News

The Cerritos College Falcon Games starts off the last week Monday, April 14 with tons of fun for everyone. The clubs participating in the Falcon Games gathered around the field behind the Student Center where they competed in the final event of the Falcon games, a fun, yet, challenging obstacle course,... Read more »

One year later: Boston Marathon bombings

One year later: Boston Marathon bombings

Alexandra Scoville, Editor in Chief
April 15, 2014
Filed under News, Showcase

It’s been one year since Lorraine Gersitz ran the Boston Marathon and experienced the bombs that shook the running community she has been a part of for years. Gersitz, who is a reference coordinator for the Cerritos College library, was just 200 yards away from the finish line... Read more »

Social Equality Club ‘fulfills the mission’

Alexandra Scoville, Editor in Chief
April 15, 2014
Filed under Club News, News

One hundred sections have been added to the 2014 summer sessions, according to Dr. Joanna Schilling, vice president of academic affairs. This was announced on the Cerritos College website on Monday. Schilling said that 80... Read more »

ASCC president, student trustee election time is upon us

ASCC president, student trustee election time is upon us

Joe Zermeno
April 15, 2014
Filed under News

The annual Associated Students of Cerritos College elections are in innate part of campus tradition. The positions of president, vice-president and student trustee are elected by the student body at-large and mandated by the ASCC constitution. Students will have the opportunity... Read more »

High schoolers visit for Senior Preview Day

High schoolers visit for Senior Preview Day

Gildardo Aquino, Staff Writer
April 15, 2014
Filed under News, Showcase

Welcoming over 1000 seniors from 34 schools around the greater Los Angeles area, Cerritos College hosted Senior Preview Day on Friday, April 4. The event started off with a rally that took place in the gym, after which, students walked to Falcon Square where many academic departments... Read more »

Psychology Day immerses students in experience

Grester Celis-Acosta, Associate Opinion Editor
April 15, 2014
Filed under Club News, News

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Workshop informs students on how to prevent suicide

Workshop informs students on how to prevent suicide

Grester Celis-Acosta, Associate Opinion Editor
April 14, 2014
Filed under News, Showcase

Suicides is one of the leading causes of death for college students. Cerritos College held a suicide prevention workshop on Thursday, April 10. The workshop's main focus was about how to prevent someone from committing suicide. It also gave a lot of information such as statistics and videos of real... Read more »

Career services counselor gives advice on choosing a major

Jacqueline Naranjo, Staff Writer
April 14, 2014
Filed under News

For some students, choosing a major is a hard process. Students often struggle in choosing a major because they are often operating on misconceptions and have little clarity on what they want to pursue. Sajan Patel, undecided major, is going through college without an idea of what major he is going... Read more »