ASCC candidates participate in debate before elections begin

ASCC candidates participate in debate before elections begin

Larissa Morales, Staff Writer
April 11, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

The third annual Presidential and Trustee Debate and Forum took place on Thursday in BK 111 and 112 at Cerritos College, hosted by Talon Marks. The candidates running include positions for Associated Students of Cerritos College president, vice president or student trustee. The... Read more »

Slideshows: ASCC Debate 2014

Slideshows: ASCC Debate 2014

Larissa Morales, Staff Writer
April 10, 2014
Filed under News, Slideshows, Student Government

The 2014 ASCC presidential and student trustee candidates participated in a debate moderated by Talon Marks. ... Read more »

Social Equality Club pushes extra sections at Board of Trustees meeting

Social Equality Club pushes extra sections at Board of Trustees meeting

Alexandra Scoville, Editor in Chief
April 3, 2014
Filed under Club News, News, Showcase, Student Government

"There's a lot of homework that shows that we could have these classes," Mauri Nunez said, referring to a presentation put together by The Social Equality Club that was shown at the Board of Trustees meeting on Wednesday, April 2. Earvin Chavez, member of The Social Equality Club, wanted to present... Read more »

Presidential and Trustee Orientation informs candidates for campaign

Katherine Grijalva, Copy Editor
April 1, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

The Presidential and Student Trustee election candidates had an orientation on March 25 to help guide them in the process for their campaigns. Members of the orientation committee introduced and explained rules and regulations for each of the candidates. The members of the Associated Students of Cerritos... Read more »

New food vendors decided, will replace some current vendors in Fall 2014

New food vendors decided, will replace some current vendors in Fall 2014

Gustavo Olguin, Managing Editor
April 1, 2014
Filed under News, Showcase, Student Government

The Frantones that has been in the food court for more than 20 years, along with two other vendors, will no longer be there when school starts up again this fall semester. The Italian food mainstay and Chicago Harv’s are going to be replaced by Fresh and Natural in hopes to bring healthier food... Read more »

Candidates to campaign for upcoming election

Luis Guzman, Associate News Editor
April 1, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

Cerritos College will be having elections to fill the roles of leaders in student government starting April 16. The elections will include a presidential spot, student trustee spot and a vice-president for ASCC. Candidates for student trustees will include: Vanessa Vega, Joe Nino, Daniel Flores,... Read more »

Talk of bias looming in ASCC

Gustavo Olguin
March 22, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

Although ASCC Vice President Aldemar Sanchez was still allowed to run in the election, the decision has left people with a feeling that there is a bias in the way the ASCC government makes its decisions. ASCC Senator Miles Aiello, who is also running for a ASCC president, is considering... Read more »

Sanchez permitted to run despite infraction

Gustavo Olguin
March 22, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

After a presidential election board special meeting, that took about 5 hours and split between two days, ASCC Vice President Aldemar Sanchez will be allowed to continue to run for student body president despite an infraction that he committed. Sanchez failed to turn in his statement... Read more »

ASCC participates for first time in ‘March in March’

Katherine Grijalva, Copy Editor
February 25, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

The Associated Students of Cerritos College (ASCC) will be participating in its first ever “March in March” for student rights on Sunday in Sacramento. The “March in March” is an advocacy event that is traditionally organized by the Student Senate for California Community... Read more »

New Court Justice and Chief Court Justice fill remaining seats

Luis Guzman
February 4, 2014
Filed under News, Student Government

The Judicial Court met for its second time this semester on Tuesday, Feb. 4., as two new members filled some of the vacant seats in Judicial Court. Michael Melindo, Nursing major, was announced as a new Court Justice and Regina Jayster, Political science major, was made Chief Justice Pro-tempore. Melindo... Read more »