Go Green goals discussed, game room decision postponed

Jennifer Medina
November 19, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

“In comparison to other community colleges, Cerritos College is dramatically behind the term of being ‘sustainable’ especially in comparison to community colleges up north, specifically in transportation, energy efficiency and recycling,” said ASCC President Miles Aiello during... Read more »

Game over for the Game Room?

Denny Cristales
November 18, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

It seems like it could be “game over” for the Game Room. Discussions at ASCC have intensified regarding the Game Room and the possibility of removing it entirely and replacing it with something else. The Game Room has been losing revenue, according to reports at ASCC... Read more »

New fitness program discussed at Cabinet meeting

Jennifer Medina
November 18, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

Debbie Jensen, Physical Education professor gave a deliberate presentation Monday, Nov. 17, during the Cabinet meeting about the Pedal program that she is trying to initiate on campus. At the beginning of her presentation, she handed out a pamphlet with information about the Pedal Program. According... Read more »

Senate shows its support for President Lacy

Senate shows its support for President Lacy

Julien Galvan
November 13, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

The ASCC Senate met in BK 111 to discuss some topics pertaining to the future of Cerritos College and its students on Wednesday, Nov. 12. One topic was discussed for the majority of the meeting, which was the stance on Dr. Linda Lacy's employment here at Cerritos College. Another was on the topic... Read more »

Game room changes discussed during Cabinet meeting

Jennifer Medina
November 10, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

Members of the ASCC Cabinet congratulated each other for such an outstanding job and effort that each member put into the Veterans Day event on Monday, Nov. 10, in BK-111 for the cabinet meeting. Cabinet discussed what the game room can potentially transform into, along with the importance of a place... Read more »

Veterans Day, possible game room changes in Senate meeting

Veterans Day, possible game room changes in Senate meeting

Julien Galvan
November 6, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

Different topics were discussed at the ASCC Senate meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 5. Senate met to discuss setting a committee for the Fall Awards Banquet, and the upcoming event to be held on Nov. 10, Veterans Day and a discussion regarding what to do with the game room. The two main topics of discussion... Read more »

President Aiello plans Veterans Day event

Denny Cristales, Editor-in-Chief
November 4, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

Miles Aiello took one look at an article and knew that veterans deserved better than this. “These veterans have not received the recognition that they deserve at Cerritos College,” the ASCC president said. And that’s how one article spanned a chain... Read more »

College completion program to help students

Julien Galvan
November 4, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

The Community College Completion Corps, also known as C4, is a program designed to help out community college students continue their education and transfer or graduate in an efficient manner. "The C4 program is designed for students to basically stay committed to their studies," Daniel Gomez,... Read more »

Fall Awards Banquet approved during Cabinet meeting

Jennifer Medina, Associate News Editor
November 3, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

After the ASCC Senate voted to not keep the Fall Awards Banquet, ASCC Cabinet members took their stance and voted to keep the banquet, allowing it to take place. For the past few weeks, there has been heated discussion, causing disagreement between ASCC Cabinet and Senate members on whether or not... Read more »

Safe Zone promotes diversity in students

Julien Galvan, Staff Writer
November 3, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

As time goes on, people grow in multiple ways, one of which has been in the course of diversity. Here at Cerritos College, the ASCC is pushing for safety and comfort for those in that field of diversity, particularly in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community. A program which received... Read more »