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Susana Magana, dental hygiene major, waited with a group of her fellow classmates in the Student Center for the Outstanding Faculty Awards to begin.
Up and coming artist Keaton Simons plans to tour the U.S. with his new album and spread his sound.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art shows acclaimed director Stanley Kubrick's personal collection to the public. Part of the growing collection of director's possessions to be offered to be viewed by the public, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art hosts a variety of items from and related to Stanley Kubrick's films.
Arts Editor Carlos Holgiun and Associate News Editor Daniel Green speak on video games, movie and comic book news.
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Arts Editor Carlos Holguin and Associate News Editor Daniel Green in this week's episode of "The Nest," a weekly entertainment news show.
While campy and cute, "Escape" doesn't make the cut for good animated films.
"Crysis 3" podcast by Associate Multimedia Editor Carlos Holguin.
Built from the ground up, "Crysis 3" plans on taking gaming to a new level
An old and worn out tradition, the Pledge of Allegiance has gone beyond its original purpose.
Students can help the mentally handicapped by just being themselves.
The voice of music has been replaced with album sales and profits for record companies.
Nintendo announces the future release of two new games for the Wii U in 3D as Mario and Link games are in development for the coming year.
The theater department has high hopes for Drowsy Chaperone which premiers in May.
Prisoners face challenging times as the nation turns a blind eye to a growing problem.
On top of managing, organizing and financing the various activities at Cerritos College, the ASCC plans on strengthening the bond it has with the students on campus.