Hello, my name is Raul Samaniego. I am a local product from Excelsior Union High School. Currently, I am an adult re-entry student here at Cerritos and a graduate Falcon from the class of 1983/86. I transferred to Cal State Long Beach where I earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology becoming the first college graduate in my family. I returned to Norwalk after year’s away living in San Diego and am currently attending both Cerritos and Cal State Fullerton preparing for a Master’s Degree program in the Behavioral Sciences. I have a love for writing and focus on current political, social and community issues. I now aspire to be on the reporting side of those events in addition to participating in them. I travel extensively and hope to report on some of those experiences including the Pyramids of Tenochtitlan, granite walls of Yosemite or the white sands of South Beach Florida during Spring Break. I also have an extensive sports background including stints in Football, Rugby and Volleyball. I’ve enjoyed the thrill of whitewater rafting, backpacking and fishing the Sierra for years. As a young adult I ventured into activities such as skiing, volunteering and activism. I will report where needed and look forward to my renewed time here at “UCLA” (University of Cerritos, left on Alondra).
Goal! The 2012 Cerritos College Women’s Soccer team has been voted as the No. 1 ranked community college team in the country by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
The Cerritos College Falcons volleyball team finished the season on a high note, winning two of its last three games, including a 3-0 win against East Los Angeles College on Nov. 7.
The Cerritos College women’s soccer team sits atop the state of California as it's state champion.
The Cerritos College women’s water polo team won the South Coast Conference championship putting together an impressive 28-5 record.
Amazing series of photos showing Cerritos College women's Soccer player Claudia Ibarra's talented kicking ability from the corner.
The Cerritos College Falcons Women’s Soccer team won the CCCAA State championship on Dec. 2 against the top ranked and unbeaten Santiago Canyon College Hawks, 2-0.
Cross-enrollment underutilized at Cerritos College.
The Cerritos College women's soccer team (19-2-2) had one goal in mind when it started a long line of 10 consecutive road games to start the season. They wanted to be playing soccer on Dec. 2 at Mount San Antonio College in the championship game of the California State Community College Soccer Tournament.
Options presented for those with and without declared majors.
The Cerritos College Falcons women’s soccer team outlasted the Pirates of Ventura College, 3-1 in a double overtime win at home on Nov. 24.