During the spring semester the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, and transgender community at Cerritos College has gotten a lot of attention. Spilling Milk is part of that exposure.
April Griffin, director of the forensics team and speech instructor, organized the faculty and student debate held on Thursday to discuss the possibility of having an online-only syllabus for students in the upcoming semesters.
When Anthropology Club President Cierra Sorin took her first anthropology class she was only focused on completing her science requirements, but she found herself becoming fascinated with the subject.
Marketing major and Business Club member, Lourdes Ibanez was raising funds for his club by selling Jamaica, Horchata and other beverages and foods during Diversity Week at Falcon Square.
Psychology major Della Drummond is one of 14 students from Cerritos College to have been chosen to attend the Western Psychological Association Conference from April 25-28, and sees this as an opportunity to network with her peers and attend workshops.
High school got a quick glimpse of what college life is like at Cerritos College.Senior Preview Day at Cerritos College gave opportunities for students from various high schools to come look at the campus on Friday, April 19.
Today students from the Active Minds Club gave out balloons to students for them to write down what is stressing them out in honor of "National Stress Out Day", students were also able to throw paint filled ballons and two boards.
"The fact that I am actually able to do this is crazy to me. Last semester, I was just shaking in my boots because I was that shy," describes Laura Taba, a communication and speech major on joining the Forensics Team and how it has changed her.
Cerritos College librarian and co-adviser of the Triathlon Club, Lorraine Gersitz, attended the Boston Marathon, where two explosions took place and said the sight was terrifying.
Wilderness Club President Enrique Siliezar and Vice President Miles Aiello received the approval they had been working for from the senate meeting on March 13, as the club had presented to the members twice seeking supportive funding for its spring break adventure.
On the fourth day of the Spring Festival clubs competed in a video game tournament.
The Anthropology Club beat out other clubs to emerge as the winner of part one of the first ever Falcon Games that took place Monday March 11.
Jovanna Ledesma, early child development major, was nominated by Eugenia Delgado for her excellent participation as co-president of the Child Development Club.
Psychology major Amanda Perez has hopes to use her knowledge to benefit society and bring about positive changes.
Three Cerritos College students form the band Apostasis, who played in support of the Feminist Uprising club.