Election candidates promise change for Cerritos College

Luis Guzman
April 11, 2014
Filed under News, Politics, Video, Videos

Talon Marks presented the 2014 Presidential and Trustee debate forum on April 10. The candidates debated on issues concerning Cerritos College. Presidential and Trustee candidates were asked questions from the moderators, as well as questions from the public and Twitter. Students will be able to... Read more »

Covered California at Cerritos College

Luis Guzman and Trinity Bustria
December 9, 2013
Filed under Campus Events, Multimedia, Multimedia Editor, On campus, Politics, Video, Videos

Speakers Dan Sanger and Rich Hines talked about the Affordable Care Act for both Faculty and Students.

Grimaldo leads campaign to help Cerritos

Arianna Smith
March 8, 2011
Filed under News, Politics

ASCC President Felipe Grimaldo is putting together a Writing Campaign, in which he will be collecting signatures for a petition to send to local legislators requesting for Cerritos College to be alleviated from the Full-time Faculty Obligation (FTO) until the school's budget is healthy again. Director... Read more »

Working class shouldn’t stand for recent hiring freeze

Melissa Maestro
March 1, 2011
Filed under Opinions, Politics

Déjà vu should be felt among anyone who remembers the "hiring freeze" that we were struck with in 2008. Gov. Jerryy Brown's icy orders on Feb. 15 were reminicsent of former governer Arnold Schwarzenegger's Mr. Freeze-like behavior nearly three years ago. According to the... Read more »

M.Maestro- Gov. Jerry Brown’s hiring freeze

Melissa Maestro
February 23, 2011
Filed under Opinions, Politics

Déjà vu should be felt amongst everyone who remembers the hiring freeze that we were   struck with in 2007.   It is another ridiculous hiring freeze that is unnecessary and should be reconsidered.   This hiring freeze will create... Read more »

Hate crimes law expanded

Hate crimes law expanded

Ashley Aguirre
November 3, 2009
Filed under 19, News, Politics

Twelve years after it was introduced before both houses of Congress, the Hate Crimes Prevention Act was signed into law Oct. 28, expanding upon the 1968 Federal Hate Crimes Law to add crimes motivated by sexual-orientation, gender, gender identity and disability to the list of punishable federal hate... Read more »