FSZ: Would you attend your own graduation ceremony?

FSZ: Would you attend your own graduation ceremony?

Alan Leyva, Opinion Editor
May 17, 2014
Filed under Opinion

Eric Hameriz, nursing major "No not really. I wouldn’t walk cause I’m not really getting my AA I'm more interested in transferring.” Kelvin Van, mechanical engineering major “I would walk just for the moment, your family is coming for your achievements.” Boris Meeks, nutrition major “I... Read more »

Slideshows: Finals week in the library

Alan Leyva, Opinion Editor
May 16, 2014
Filed under Slideshows

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Editorial: Page 4 of the May 14, 2014 issue

Alan Leyva, Opinion Editor
May 14, 2014
Filed under Print

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Slideshows: South Coast Conference Tournament

Alan Leyva, Opinion Editor
April 30, 2014
Filed under Multimedia, Sports

Women's tennis doubles match with partners Sam Kudan and Rianne Llagan at the South Coast Conference Tournament. ... Read more »

Computer cleaner abuse

Alan Leyva, Opinion Editor
April 29, 2014
Filed under Multimedia

While Edson Alvarez appears to be CC(community college) student at Cerritos hanging out behind "Home Depot" he's not. Instead of going to you local CC, he indulges in the use of of different type of CC known as computer cleaner that has gotten him in trouble in the past few weeks. ... Read more »

Track and field teams head to Long Beach prelims

Sebastian Echeverry and Alan Leyva
April 22, 2014
Filed under Sports, Track & Field

The Cerritos College men and women’s track and field teams managed to hold their own against competitive four year university athletes at the Long Beach State invitational on Friday, April 18 and Saturday, April 19. Although the competition was not taken... Read more »

Editorial: Page 3 of the April 16, 2014 issue

Alan Leyva, Opinion Editor
April 16, 2014
Filed under Print

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Editorial: Page 4 of the April 02, 2014 issue

Alan Leyva, Opinion Editor
April 2, 2014
Filed under Print

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FSZ: What do you think about the library’s new seating makeover?

Alan Leyva, Opinion Editor
April 1, 2014
Filed under Opinion

    Aaron Sanchez Massage therapy major, "I guess people have more space to do work instead of just sitting down." ... Read more »

School etiquette shouldn’t be a problem

Sebastian Echeverry and Alan Leyva
March 31, 2014
Filed under Opinion

When we think of etiquette we would think most things are common sense, but no that is not always the case at Cerritos College. Certain designated areas like the library and the student center are meant to be used for their purpose and with respect and not for recreation. They... Read more »

FSZ: How would you feel if the “big one” hit?

Alan Leyva, Opinion Editor
March 31, 2014
Filed under Opinion

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FSZ: How would you feel if California was split in to six different states?

Alan Leyva and Grester Celis-Acosta
March 12, 2014
Filed under Opinion

How would you feel if California was split in to six different states?   Jeremy Jeffers Music major "If it ain't broke don't fix it that's my opinion, I mean its not really necessary."... Read more »

Editorial: Page 4 of the March 05, 2014 issue

Alan Leyva, Opinion Editor
March 5, 2014
Filed under Print

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Editorial: Page 3 of the February 26, 2014 issue

Alan Leyva, Opinion Editor
February 28, 2014
Filed under Print

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Editorial: Page 3 of the February 05, 2014 issue

Editorial: Page 3 of the February 05, 2014 issue

Alan Leyva, Opinion Editor
February 5, 2014
Filed under Print

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Editorial: Page 3 of the January 29, 2014 issue

Alan Leyva, Opinion Editor
February 3, 2014
Filed under Print

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Getting dolled up with Gustavo Olguin

Alan Leyva, Staff writer
December 13, 2013
Filed under News

UFC Heavyweight fighter Shane Del Rosario came to Cerritos months before sudden death

Alan Leyva, Staff Writer
December 13, 2013
Filed under Multimedia, Photo Slideshows + Galleries, Slideshows

UFC heavyweight fighter Shane Del Rosario died at the age of 30 on Dec. 8 when he was taken off life support when he went under a cardiac arrest just ten days before. Del Rosario was at Cerritos College on Sept. 7 where there were MMA fights that served as a fundraiser for the schools wrestling team.... Read more »

Turkey Trot collects cans for needy families.

alan leyva
December 10, 2013
Filed under News

Running, skipping and jump-roping, the 16th annual Turkey Trot for students and a Tot Trot for children, coming from the Child Development Center, served a cause by donating canned goods that all went to the city of Norwalk food bank on Wednesday. All it took to participate in the trot was a... Read more »

Free Speech Zone: How do you date?

Alan Leyva and Daniel Quintero
December 4, 2013
Filed under Multimedia, On campus, Opinion, Opinions, Video, Videos

We talked to several students at Cerritos College to see how they date in a world of social media.

Cardio no longer an issue in win

Alan Leyva
November 12, 2013
Filed under Sports, Wrestling

The Cerritos College wrestling team came out victorious in its second and final home game of the season against Santa Ana College Wednesday, Nov. 6. “Santa Ana (College) is always tough and (it) (has) been ever since I’ve been here. Anytime you could win, no matter how, it's a good win,” said... Read more »

FSZ: School involvement

Trinity Bustria and alan leyva
October 15, 2013
Filed under Opinion

Bryan Deras Art and Graphic design major “Martial arts club because it’s fun. It’s something that I like to do. I’ve been doing it for six semesters already, helping out or just joining the (Taekwondo) class.” Julia Izquierdo Animation major “Yes.... Read more »

Canelo vs. Mayweather Analysis

Trinity Bustria and alan leyva
October 14, 2013
Filed under Opinion

In the biggest pay-per-view fight of the decade, the fight between an undefeated master of defense and one of boxing's undefeated young rising stars, took place Sept. 14 and left a lot of people with a bad taste in their mouths. Canelo could have been boxing's next attraction after Mayweather... Read more »

Martial Arts Club helps members grow

alan leyva
October 4, 2013
Filed under Club News, News

You can see them walking to their taekwondo class in their doboks, taekwondo shoes and belts that indicate their rank, the Martial Arts Club members meet every Monday and Wednesday at 12:30 at Falcon Gymnasium. The club is open to all practitioners of any style that want to come in and share... Read more »

FSZ: Solicitors at school

FSZ: Solicitors at school

alan leyva
September 30, 2013
Filed under Free Speech Zone, Opinion

Dhruti Khetani Business Administration major “They're ok, if they try to impose or like force it on you then its just a little too much but other wise yeah I don’t mind its whatever.”   Simon Vong Biology major “Its business you know... Read more »

Big brother’s watching

alan leyva
September 7, 2013
Filed under Opinion

The Glendale Unified School District hired a company to monitor the social media sites of their students for their own safety and it's not right, especially if it were to happen on a larger scale at colleges like Cerritos College.Their reason, for what some may call spying, is to stop cyberbullying,... Read more »

On to state championships

On to state championships

Denny Cristales and Alan Leyva
June 6, 2013
Filed under Sports, Track & Field

The track and field team had a solid start at the SoCal prelims and had athletes finishing in the top six on Saturday, May 4. Men's and women's track and field distance coach, Daniel Ozan, believed the teams performed just as expected at the Southern California Championships and praised athletes who... Read more »

No is above the law expect for Monsanto

Alan Leyva and Alan Leyva
May 23, 2013
Filed under Opinion

In recent weeks when America was debating about such taboo topics as gay rights that catches everyone’s attention and meanwhile while everybody is distracted by media’s cheap use, president Obama discretely signs the Monsanto Protection Act. According to ibtimes.com, the Monsanto... Read more »

No is above the law expect for Monsanto

Alan Leyva and Alan Leyva
May 23, 2013
Filed under Opinion

In recent weeks when America was debating about such taboo topics as gay rights that catches everyone’s attention and meanwhile while everybody is distracted by media’s cheap use, president Obama discretely signs the Monsanto Protection Act. According to ibtimes.com, the Monsanto... Read more »