Infograph: Hot Spots for summer

Alexandra Scoville, Editor in Chief
May 21, 2014
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JACCILLUSTRATION

The police shouldn’t have double standards

Alexandra Scoville, Editor in Chief
May 15, 2014
Filed under Opinion

As we grow up, we are often told to follow the rules, don't break the law, and don't get into trouble. We need role models as we grow to instill this into our lives, but that's hard to do when we see some of the biggest role models breaking the law. This demonstration of role models breaking the... Read more »

Kids shouldn’t become consumed with electronics

Alexandra Scoville, Editor in Chief
May 14, 2014
Filed under Opinion

In today's society, everyone is consumed with electronics, usually in the hands of teens, smart phones and iPads are taking over. But smartphone and iPad usage has spread to young kids, and when I say young I mean when they learn to grasp something, they are reaching for an iPhone or iPad. Kids... Read more »

Feature: Page 8 of the May 14, 2014 issue

Alexandra Scoville, Editor in Chief
May 14, 2014
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News: Page 3 of the May 14, 2014 issue

Alexandra Scoville, Editor in Chief
May 14, 2014
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Summer escapades for Falcons

Alexandra Scoville, Editor in Chief
May 13, 2014
Filed under Opinion

With finals coming up just around the corner, the spring semester is coming to an end. Some students are overjoyed with the thought of a summer break, and some dread the fact that just about a week later the first summer session starts. But either way, the summer is a chance to chill out for a... Read more »

Don’t drive while distracted

Alexandra Scoville, Editor in Chief
April 18, 2014
Filed under Opinion

There have been some new ads developing lately targeting the younger generation that tend to get distracted while driving. It goes beyond just texting while driving. That just barely scratches the surface. Distraction while driving contains three areas: Manual, Visual and Cognitive. Manual is... Read more »

One year later: Boston Marathon bombings

One year later: Boston Marathon bombings

Alexandra Scoville, Editor in Chief
April 15, 2014
Filed under News, Showcase

It’s been one year since Lorraine Gersitz ran the Boston Marathon and experienced the bombs that shook the running community she has been a part of for years. Gersitz, who is a reference coordinator for the Cerritos College library, was just 200 yards away from the finish line... Read more »

Social Equality Club ‘fulfills the mission’

Alexandra Scoville, Editor in Chief
April 15, 2014
Filed under Club News, News

One hundred sections have been added to the 2014 summer sessions, according to Dr. Joanna Schilling, vice president of academic affairs. This was announced on the Cerritos College website on Monday. Schilling said that 80... Read more »

Social Equality Club pushes extra sections at Board of Trustees meeting

Social Equality Club pushes extra sections at Board of Trustees meeting

Alexandra Scoville, Editor in Chief
April 3, 2014
Filed under Club News, News, Showcase, Student Government

"There's a lot of homework that shows that we could have these classes," Mauri Nunez said, referring to a presentation put together by The Social Equality Club that was shown at the Board of Trustees meeting on Wednesday, April 2. Earvin Chavez, member of The Social Equality Club, wanted to present... Read more »

Cerritos College band plays in 35th Annual Dr. Lawrence R. Sutherland Wind Festival

Alexandra Scoville, Editor in Chief
March 31, 2014
Filed under Arts

"It's a big deal to be that one band," said David Betancourt, Cerritos College band director after the Cerritos College band was selected to play alongside the Fresno State University band at the 35th Annual Dr. Lawrence R. Sutherland Wind Festival. About 50 students represented Cerritos College at... Read more »

Arts: Page 5 of the March 05, 2014 issue

Alexandra Scoville, Editor in Chief
March 5, 2014
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Health insurance information provided by Young Invincibles

Health insurance information provided by Young Invincibles

Alexandra Scoville, Editor in Chief
March 4, 2014
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An organization by the name Young Invincibles teamed up with the Adult Education Department at Cerritos College to provide health care insurance information to students as well as community members. The information was presented at a workshop on Saturday from 10:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.... Read more »

Feature: Page 4 of the February 26, 2014 issue

Alexandra Scoville, Editor-In-Chief
February 28, 2014
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‘Date and Switch’ explores moving message

‘Date and Switch’ explores moving message

Alexandra Scoville, Editor-In-Chief
February 25, 2014
Filed under Arts

“Date and Switch” provides audiences with a important message that everyone should hear. That “Love’s all about the right combination” as a poster for the movie reads.The message behind the movie may just be the best part about it. “Date and Switch” is... Read more »

The Accreditation team arrives first week of March, Is Cerritos College ready?

The Accreditation team arrives first week of March, Is Cerritos College ready?

Alexandra Scoville, Editor-In-Chief
February 25, 2014
Filed under News, Showcase

Cerritos College will be going through an Accreditation site visit, where 12 members of other colleges will come to the campus to evaluate Cerritos College on different areas. JoAnna Schilling, vice president of academic affairs, described Accreditation as a “A voluntary system... Read more »

Review: ‘That Awkward Moment’ is a fresh take on romance

Alexandra Scoville, Editor-In-Chief
February 4, 2014
Filed under Arts, Reviews

Hey girls, guys eat ice cream when they are depressed too. “That Awkward Moment” is such a refreshing movie that it will make your heart beat fast, your eyes swell up with tears, and don’t forget that pain in your side when you laugh a lot. This movie has it all, it’s pretty obvious that girls... Read more »

News: Page 2 of the January 29, 2014 issue

Alexandra Scoville, Editor in Chief
February 3, 2014
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New Liberal Arts and DSPS Building set to open in Summer 2014

New Liberal Arts and DSPS Building set to open in Summer 2014

Alexandra Scoville, Editor In Chief
January 30, 2014
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Since its demolition in Dec. 2012, the old Business Education building is long gone and the new Liberal Arts and DSPS building has taken shape, with almost more than 75 percent of it completed. Cerritos College President Dr. Linda Lacy seems pleased with the progress of the construction. "It's... Read more »

‘There Ought to be a Law’ encourages student ideas

Alexandra Scoville, Editor in Chief
January 16, 2014
Filed under News

Assemblymember Christina Garcia (D-Bell Gardens) has introduced a contest called "There Ought to be a Law" into the 58th district, which is open to anyone who wants to submit an idea regarding a new law that could be passed. A winner will be chosen and flown to Sacramento to meet with committees and... Read more »

Downey Bicycle Coalition Works To Educate Community Members

Downey Bicycle Coalition Works To Educate Community Members

Alexandra Scoville, Freelance Writer
November 14, 2013
Filed under Audio

The city of Downey is looking on creating a more bike friendly environment. For the past year the Downey Bicycle Coalition has been raising bike safety awareness to its community members. In September the City of Downey received a Caltrans grant of two hundred and twenty five thousand dollars.... Read more »

International Student’s Association strengthens students

Alexandra Scoville
September 10, 2013
Filed under Club News, News

Culinary arts major and international student Sid Jayathilake said that coming to the United States as a student was a risk. Jayathilake is from Sri Lanka, a country north of the Indian Ocean, and has been at Cerritos College for three semesters. When he was 16, Jayathilake moved to California... Read more »

Campus construction continues

Campus construction continues

Alexandra Scoville
June 6, 2013
Filed under News

With the Liberal Arts and Disabled Student Programs and Services Complex in current construction, Cerritos College has a lot of construction and renovation projects ahead for the upcoming semesters. According to Director of Physical Plant and Construction Services David Moore, the Liberal Arts and... Read more »

May 15, 2013 – Page 3 – News

Alexandra Scoville
May 14, 2013
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May 15, 2013 – Page 2 – News

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May 14, 2013
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Construction preview for the fall 2013

Alexandra Scoville
May 14, 2013
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Model U.N Preview on The North Korean Nuclear Crisis

Alexandra Scoville
May 14, 2013
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Economics major Ariel Gomez, will participate in his last Model United Nations Club event on Thursday, May 16, before transferring to UC Berkley this fall. The upcoming event will be a simulation of the North Korean nuclear crisis, and will feature the security council of the MUN... Read more »

May 8, 2013 – Page 2 – News

Alexandra Scoville
May 7, 2013
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Psychological conference provides great networking chance

Alexandra Scoville
May 1, 2013
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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 to April 28, and sees this as an opportunity to network with her peers and attend workshops. "(There are) a bunch... Read more »

Psychology students prepare to attend Western Psychological Association Conference

Alexandra Scoville
April 24, 2013
Filed under Campus Events, Club News, News

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. "(There are) a bunch of one... Read more »

April 24, 2013 – Page 1 – News

Alexandra Scoville
April 23, 2013
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ASCC trustee and president plan to address the accusation about the misuse of G.O Bond Campaign Funds

ASCC trustee and president plan to address the accusation about the misuse of G.O Bond Campaign Funds

Alexandra Scoville
April 17, 2013
Filed under Board of Trustees, Campus Events, Campus Life, Governance, News, Student Government

Current Associated Students of Cerritos College Student Trustee, Jason Macias, has plans to speak to the board of trustees at a meeting tonight about a letter that was sent to the ASCC president about money being misused in last year’s Measure G campaign. Lance Makinano, current... Read more »

Active Minds Club helps students relieve stress

Alexandra Scoville
April 16, 2013
Filed under Arts, Campus Events, Campus Life, Club News, Multimedia, News, Photo Slideshows + Galleries

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German Sanchez’ bio

Alexandra Scoville
April 15, 2013
Filed under Features, News

Psychology major Six semesters Part of ASCC Senate Involved in Psychology Club, Sci-Fi club and Anime Club hopes to connect Cerritos College clubs and talk on how to improve better communication with the ASCC, help the student body become aware of the... Read more »

Slow album makes for lackluster Paramore showing

Alexandra Scoville
April 15, 2013
Filed under Arts, Reviews

Paramore's fourth studio album, titled after the band, is not the best efforts by the band and didn't sound like the other albums that came before it. "Paramore" had a consistency of long intros and slow songs. There were very few stand out pieces, the rest just seemed to mesh together... Read more »

Triathlon Club adviser 200 yards from Boston Blast

Triathlon Club adviser 200 yards from Boston Blast

Alexandra Scoville
April 15, 2013
Filed under Club News, Features, News

Lorraine Gersitz, Cerritos College librarian and co-adviser of the Triathlon Club stood about 200 yards away from the finish line of the Boston Marathon, where two explosions took place. Gersitz finished the race with a clock time of 4:03.00. The two bombs went off within 10 seconds... Read more »

April 10, 2013 – Page 1 – News

Alexandra Scoville
April 9, 2013
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A trend of Facebook confessions has hit Cerritos College

Alexandra Scoville
April 9, 2013
Filed under Campus Life, News

Students across California have started a trend of confessing their secrets and thoughts to separate pages representing their schools on Facebook. These pages are developed so students can anonymously confess things about their school, friends, life and other subjects. Schools... Read more »

Literature Slam connects students with writing

Alexandra Scoville
April 3, 2013
Filed under Arts, Arts Clubs

Philosophy major Tori Harris experienced her first Literature Slam on March 13, where she along with 22 other students and faculty read poems, or excerpts of books. Harris read poems that she had written in her junior year of high school, after having read the poems in the Literature... Read more »

March 13, 2013 – Page 2 – News

Alexandra Scoville
March 12, 2013
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Oz: The Great and Powerful an amazing experience

Oz: The Great and Powerful an amazing experience

Alexandra Scoville
March 12, 2013
Filed under Arts, Campus Life, News, Reviews

Sam Rami painted a beautiful picture when he directed "Oz: The Great and Powerful" especially in this 3D adaption of the Wizard of Oz movie. It was amazing. The movie opened up in small black and white and was set in 1905, and there stands lead actor James Franco dressed in magician's... Read more »

Smoking zones will keep everybody happy

Alexandra Scoville
March 12, 2013
Filed under Opinion

People who smoke shouldn't be allowed to just walk around anywhere they please. Non-smoker's lives can be at risk by this. If there are zones, in public places, for smokers to relax and take a hit of a cigarette for a while, that is the best solution. A negative effect of... Read more »

March 6, 2013 – Page 1 – News

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March 5, 2013
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March 5, 2013
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How to respond to an active shooter

Alexandra Scoville
March 5, 2013
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When it comes to having an active shooter on campus, some students agree they would be shocked, but others, like music major Samara Wilson, would take action. "Initially I would be shocked, but I would snap out of it eventually and then probably try to help." Special education... Read more »

Williams-Manser leads health and safety conference

Alexandra Scoville
March 5, 2013
Filed under Campus Events, News

With having no extra speakers present, Project HOPE Program Assistant Danylle Williams-Manser was left to just herself and only six attendees during a Health and Safety Conference on Saturday. "We [Project HOPE members] were hoping to have more attendees, but I am glad that those... Read more »

New degrees being worked on for Community Colleges

Alexandra Scoville
March 1, 2013
Filed under Campus Life, News

California Community Colleges and California State Universities are working together in order to create state-wide implementation of AA-T and AS-T Transfer Degrees in community colleges. AA-T degrees are Associate in Arts for Transfer Degrees and AS-T are Associate in Science for... Read more »

Feb 27, 2013 – Page 2 – News

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February 26, 2013
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February 26, 2013
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Feb 27, 2013 – Page 1 – News

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February 26, 2013
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February 26, 2013
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The real meaning of search engines

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
February 21, 2013
Filed under Columns, Opinion

Society views search engines like Google and Bing as tools to help it learn, laugh or plan a vacation. But it seems like recently search engines are more interested in indexing our lives. We as a society are supposed to be learning from the search engines, not the other way around.... Read more »

The real meaning of search engines

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
February 21, 2013
Filed under Columns, Opinion

Society views search engines like Google and Bing as tools to help it learn, laugh or plan a vacation. But it seems like recently search engines are more interested in indexing our lives. We as a society are supposed to be learning from the search engines, not the other way around.... Read more »

‘Identity Thief’ steals hours of your time

‘Identity Thief’ steals hours of your time

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
February 21, 2013
Filed under Arts, Reviews

"Identity Thief" felt as if it dragged on forever, and the laughs were few and far between. "Identity Thief" starring Melissa McCarthy and Jason Bateman, felt as if it dragged on forever. The laughs were few and far between. It is easy to guess the plot of the movie based on the title,... Read more »

‘Identity Thief’ steals hours of your time

‘Identity Thief’ steals hours of your time

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
February 21, 2013
Filed under Arts, Reviews

"Identity Thief" felt as if it dragged on forever, and the laughs were few and far between. "Identity Thief" starring Melissa McCarthy and Jason Bateman, felt as if it dragged on forever. The laughs were few and far between. It is easy to guess the plot of the movie based on the title,... Read more »

Sedentary lifestyle isn’t all bad

Alexandra Scoville
February 5, 2013
Filed under Opinion

Living a sedentary lifestyle isn't necessarily a bad thing, which is a little hard to grasp considering it can lead to anxiety, depression and eventually premature death. If someone chooses to live this way, knowingly putting his life at risk and refusing to get up and do something... Read more »

Sedentary lifestyle isn’t all bad

Alexandra Scoville
February 5, 2013
Filed under Opinion

Living a sedentary lifestyle isn't necessarily a bad thing, which is a little hard to grasp considering it can lead to anxiety, depression and eventually premature death. If someone chooses to live this way, knowingly putting his life at risk and refusing to get up and do something... Read more »

Riders In The Sky bring laughs and music to Cerritos

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
February 4, 2013
Filed under Arts, Performing Arts, Reviews

Riders in the Sky "America's Favorite Cowboys," came tumbling into the Cerritos Performing Arts Center brought upon laughs and a refreshing performance equipped with live instruments on Friday Feb. 1 The Grammy-Award winning group had a very simple set to play off of, with just two... Read more »

Riders In The Sky bring laughs and music to Cerritos

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
February 4, 2013
Filed under Arts, Performing Arts, Reviews

Riders in the Sky "America's Favorite Cowboys," came tumbling into the Cerritos Performing Arts Center brought upon laughs and a refreshing performance equipped with live instruments on Friday Feb. 1 The Grammy-Award winning group had a very simple set to play off of, with just two... Read more »

Women need to stand up to harassment

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
January 25, 2013
Filed under Opinion

It's hard to stop every man from hitting on women, but there's a point when it crosses the line and becomes harassment. According to Merriam-Webster.com, the definition of harass is: "to create an unpleasant or hostile situation for especially by uninvited and unwelcome verbal or physical... Read more »

Women need to stand up to harassment

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
January 25, 2013
Filed under Opinion

It's hard to stop every man from hitting on women, but there's a point when it crosses the line and becomes harassment. According to Merriam-Webster.com, the definition of harass is: "to create an unpleasant or hostile situation for especially by uninvited and unwelcome verbal or physical... Read more »

Jan. 23, 2013 – Page 2 – News

Alexandra Scoville
January 22, 2013
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January 22, 2013
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Jan. 23, 2013 – Page 1 – News

Alexandra Scoville
January 22, 2013
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Jan. 23, 2013 – Page 1 – News

Alexandra Scoville
January 22, 2013
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Review on ‘A Haunted House’ (podcast)

Sarah Niemann, Alexandra Scoville, and Rosaura Montes
January 18, 2013
Filed under Arts, Audio-Podcasts, Multimedia, Reviews

Talon Marks editors Rosaura Montes, Sarah Niemann and Alexandra Scoville discuss the new movie "A Haunted House.

Chemistry sparks hope for Cerritos College softball in 2013

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
January 17, 2013
Filed under Softball, Sports, Women's Sports

After a record of 29-10 last season the Cerritos College softball team looks to push the team chemistry heading toward 2013. Head coach Kodee Murray sees the chemistry among the team to be a key strength this season. "We have solid players in every position. We have some real... Read more »

Chemistry sparks hope for Cerritos College softball in 2013

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
January 17, 2013
Filed under Softball, Sports, Women's Sports

After a record of 29-10 last season the Cerritos College softball team looks to push the team chemistry heading toward 2013. Head coach Kodee Murray sees the chemistry among the team to be a key strength this season. "We have solid players in every position. We have some real... Read more »

Dec. 12, 2012 – Page 12 – Sports

Alexandra Scoville
December 11, 2012
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December 11, 2012
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Wrap up on Measure G and Prop. 30

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
November 29, 2012
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For weeks leading up to the Nov. 6 election, students campaigned for Measure G and brought to light information of Proposition 30. Both the measure and the proposition passed, which will bring forth some changes for Cerritos College. The proposition passed with 59.91 percent... Read more »

Wrap up on Measure G and Prop. 30

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
November 29, 2012
Filed under News

For weeks leading up to the Nov. 6 election, students campaigned for Measure G and brought to light information of Proposition 30. Both the measure and the proposition passed, which will bring forth some changes for Cerritos College. The proposition passed with 59.91 percent... Read more »

‘Lincoln’ an outstanding film

‘Lincoln’ an outstanding film

Alexandra Scoville
November 21, 2012
Filed under Arts, Reviews

"Lincoln" transported audiences back to the time of the Civil War, when Abraham Lincoln was in office and gave movie goers an unique experience that should be treasured. Daniel Day-Lews was transformed into the captivating Abraham Lincoln. The best part about the film was... Read more »

‘Lincoln’ an outstanding film

‘Lincoln’ an outstanding film

Alexandra Scoville
November 21, 2012
Filed under Arts, Reviews

"Lincoln" transported audiences back to the time of the Civil War, when Abraham Lincoln was in office and gave movie goers an unique experience that should be treasured. Daniel Day-Lews was transformed into the captivating Abraham Lincoln. The best part about the film was... Read more »

Measure G provides hope for future

Alexandra Scoville
November 13, 2012
Filed under Campus Events, Campus Life, Governance, News, Student Government

After weeks of campaigning leading up to the Nov. 6 election, Measure G has passed and Vice President of Business Services, David El Fattal says life at Cerritos College will now be a little less stressful. According to lavote.net, Measure G passed... Read more »

Life after 30

Alexandra Scoville
November 8, 2012
Filed under Campus Events, Campus Life, Governance, News

Since the passing of Proposition 30, Cerritos College President Dr. Linda Lacy has had discussions with faculty members to clarify what life will be like going forward for both students and faculty. Prop. 30 passed with 59.91 percent of votes in favor and 40.09 percent against. “We’re... Read more »

Taylor Swift grows in ‘RED’

Alexandra Scoville
November 4, 2012
Filed under Arts, Reviews

The album “RED” by Taylor Swift is just another catchy pop-country album, but shows more potential for the singer to grow. “RED” is Swift’s fourth studio album, and is by far her most mature effort yet. The album as a whole has this sound that is different from the... Read more »

Betancourt keeps music alive by directing five bands at Cerritos

Alexandra Scoville
October 20, 2012
Filed under Arts, Features, Fine Arts, News, Performing Arts

Back in 1999, Music Director David Betancourt was just starting out at Cerritos College directing Concert Band, but over the past 14 years he has acquired Pep Band, Jazz Ensemble, Pop Rock Ensemble and Orchestra. These bands are all taught differently, according to Betancourt, and... Read more »

Students from Osaka, Japan visit Cerritos College

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
October 1, 2012
Filed under Football, Men's Sports, Soccer, Sports

Twenty students from Osaka, Japan visited Cerritos College and took part in a sport trainer program this past week, taking place from Sept. 26-28. The students were welcomed on Thursday morning by Beverly Sweet, who introduced other faculty members who spoke to students. Among... Read more »

Students from Osaka, Japan visit Cerritos College

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
October 1, 2012
Filed under Football, Men's Sports, Soccer, Sports

Twenty students from Osaka, Japan visited Cerritos College and took part in a sport trainer program this past week, taking place from Sept. 26-28. The students were welcomed on Thursday morning by Beverly Sweet, who introduced other faculty members who spoke to students. Among... Read more »

Sept. 12, 2012 – Page 7 – Opinion

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
September 11, 2012
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September 11, 2012
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All the work we do in school shouldn’t affect our diet

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
September 7, 2012
Filed under Opinion

Although students are sometimes faced with a busy work load, our diet should not be effected even though Cerritos College doesn’t exactly have a lot of ways of helping us health wise. Sure, it is easier to walk out of class and over to the food court to order a burrito from Taco... Read more »

All the work we do in school shouldn’t affect our diet

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
September 7, 2012
Filed under Opinion

Although students are sometimes faced with a busy work load, our diet should not be effected even though Cerritos College doesn’t exactly have a lot of ways of helping us health wise. Sure, it is easier to walk out of class and over to the food court to order a burrito from Taco... Read more »

Board of Trustees introduces new management team

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
September 7, 2012
Filed under Board of Trustees, Faculty Senate, Governance, News

The Cerritos College Board of Trustees has appointed five new members to management positions. The new members are made up of both incoming faculty as well as faculty who held other positions at Cerritos College. The new members are as follows: Dr. Mary Anne Gularte... Read more »

Board of Trustees introduces new management team

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
September 7, 2012
Filed under Board of Trustees, Faculty Senate, Governance, News

The Cerritos College Board of Trustees has appointed five new members to management positions. The new members are made up of both incoming faculty as well as faculty who held other positions at Cerritos College. The new members are as follows: Dr. Mary Anne Gularte... Read more »

August 29, 2012 – Page 3 – Opinion

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
August 28, 2012
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August 28, 2012
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International Student Center holds reception for new international students

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
August 18, 2012
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The International Student Center of Cerritos College welcomed new international students at a reception held in the student center on Thursday, Aug. 16. The reception was held to inform students about what resources that Cerritos College offers to international students as well as... Read more »

International Student Center holds reception for new international students

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
August 18, 2012
Filed under Campus Events, News

The International Student Center of Cerritos College welcomed new international students at a reception held in the student center on Thursday, Aug. 16. The reception was held to inform students about what resources that Cerritos College offers to international students as well as... Read more »

The Applied Music Program holds fall auditions

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
August 17, 2012
Filed under Arts, Fine Arts, Performing Arts

Twenty-five people auditioned for the Fall 2012 Applied Music Program at the Burnight Center on Wednesday Aug. 15 Although 25 people showed up to audition, 10 students were selected to participate in the program. An undisclosed amount of alternates were also selected. Micki... Read more »

The Applied Music Program holds fall auditions

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
August 17, 2012
Filed under Arts, Fine Arts, Performing Arts

Twenty-five people auditioned for the Fall 2012 Applied Music Program at the Burnight Center on Wednesday Aug. 15 Although 25 people showed up to audition, 10 students were selected to participate in the program. An undisclosed amount of alternates were also selected. Micki... Read more »

EOPS holds Summer Bridge Program banquet

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
August 9, 2012
Filed under Campus Events, News

The Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) held a banquet for its Summer Bridge Program in the student center at Cerritos College Thursday, Aug. 9. The EOPS Summer Bridge Program is a 6-week program that offers recent high school graduates priority registration to enroll... Read more »

EOPS holds Summer Bridge Program banquet

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
August 9, 2012
Filed under Campus Events, News

The Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) held a banquet for its Summer Bridge Program in the student center at Cerritos College Thursday, Aug. 9. The EOPS Summer Bridge Program is a 6-week program that offers recent high school graduates priority registration to enroll... Read more »

Cerritos College experiencing renovations and construction around campus

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
August 2, 2012
Filed under Campus Life, Misc. News, News

Areas of the Cerritos College campus are going through different phases of renovation and construction as put together on the current campus facilities master plan. The renovations and construction throughout the school are funded by a $210 million G.O. bond. The gym, located... Read more »

Cerritos College experiencing renovations and construction around campus

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
August 2, 2012
Filed under Campus Life, Misc. News, News

Areas of the Cerritos College campus are going through different phases of renovation and construction as put together on the current campus facilities master plan. The renovations and construction throughout the school are funded by a $210 million G.O. bond. The gym, located... Read more »

‘Think Like a Man’ provides several elements of enjoyment

‘Think Like a Man’ provides several elements of enjoyment

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
May 25, 2012
Filed under Arts, Reviews

"Think Like a Man" is a great movie that will automatically put movie-goers in a good mood. Even though it has been out for about a month, it is worth watching, maybe even twice. If you feel like having a movie night with your friends, rush out to see this movie in theaters or even... Read more »

‘Think Like a Man’ provides several elements of enjoyment

‘Think Like a Man’ provides several elements of enjoyment

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
May 25, 2012
Filed under Arts, Reviews

"Think Like a Man" is a great movie that will automatically put movie-goers in a good mood. Even though it has been out for about a month, it is worth watching, maybe even twice. If you feel like having a movie night with your friends, rush out to see this movie in theaters or even... Read more »

Should Culinary Arts students get paid?

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
May 4, 2012
Filed under Opinion

Culinary Arts students should not get paid because its unfair to the other students at Cerritos College Granted the students of the Culinary Arts Department do spend time cooking and serving food to other students in the cafeteria, however they are not our primary source of food that... Read more »

Should Culinary Arts students get paid?

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
May 4, 2012
Filed under Opinion

Culinary Arts students should not get paid because its unfair to the other students at Cerritos College Granted the students of the Culinary Arts Department do spend time cooking and serving food to other students in the cafeteria, however they are not our primary source of food that... Read more »

Countries represented in ISA’s Global Village event

Countries represented in ISA’s Global Village event

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
May 1, 2012
Filed under Campus Events, Campus Life, Club News, News

Talon... Read more »

Countries represented in ISA’s Global Village event

Countries represented in ISA’s Global Village event

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
May 1, 2012
Filed under Campus Events, Campus Life, Club News, News

Talon... Read more »

The idea of a bike lane on campus is pointless

Alexandra Scoville, Alexandra Scoville, and Alexandra Scoville
April 24, 2012
Filed under Opinion

Cerritos College should not have bike lanes on campus. Students of Cerritos College are adults and should be held responsible for their actions, so if someone gets hurt as a result of riding their bike on campus, that is something that that person would have to be held responsible for. Our... Read more »

The idea of a bike lane on campus is pointless

Alexandra Scoville, Alexandra Scoville, and Alexandra Scoville
April 24, 2012
Filed under Opinion

Cerritos College should not have bike lanes on campus. Students of Cerritos College are adults and should be held responsible for their actions, so if someone gets hurt as a result of riding their bike on campus, that is something that that person would have to be held responsible for. Our... Read more »

The idea of a bike lane on campus is pointless

Alexandra Scoville, Alexandra Scoville, and Alexandra Scoville
April 24, 2012
Filed under Opinion

Cerritos College should not have bike lanes on campus. Students of Cerritos College are adults and should be held responsible for their actions, so if someone gets hurt as a result of riding their bike on campus, that is something that that person would have to be held responsible for. Our... Read more »

Men’s tennis advances in SCC Tournament

Alexandra Scoville, Alexandra Scoville, and Alexandra Scoville
April 24, 2012
Filed under Men's Sports, Sports, Tennis

Two members of the Men's Tennis team advanced in the South Coast Conference Tournament as a result of the matches taking place on Friday. During the singles matches Todd Jenkins played against Tomo Takatsu of El Camino College with a final score of 6-2, 6-2. Chris Nguey was... Read more »

Men’s tennis advances in SCC Tournament

Alexandra Scoville, Alexandra Scoville, and Alexandra Scoville
April 24, 2012
Filed under Men's Sports, Sports, Tennis

Two members of the Men's Tennis team advanced in the South Coast Conference Tournament as a result of the matches taking place on Friday. During the singles matches Todd Jenkins played against Tomo Takatsu of El Camino College with a final score of 6-2, 6-2. Chris Nguey was... Read more »

Men’s tennis advances in SCC Tournament

Alexandra Scoville, Alexandra Scoville, and Alexandra Scoville
April 24, 2012
Filed under Men's Sports, Sports, Tennis

Two members of the Men's Tennis team advanced in the South Coast Conference Tournament as a result of the matches taking place on Friday. During the singles matches Todd Jenkins played against Tomo Takatsu of El Camino College with a final score of 6-2, 6-2. Chris Nguey was... Read more »

Vehicle catches fire on campus parking lot

Vehicle catches fire on campus parking lot

Alexandra Scoville, Alexandra Scoville, and Alexandra Scoville
April 23, 2012
Filed under Campus Events, Campus Life, News

Talon... Read more »

Vehicle catches fire on campus parking lot

Vehicle catches fire on campus parking lot

Alexandra Scoville, Alexandra Scoville, and Alexandra Scoville
April 23, 2012
Filed under Campus Events, Campus Life, News

Talon... Read more »

Vehicle catches fire on campus parking lot

Vehicle catches fire on campus parking lot

Alexandra Scoville, Alexandra Scoville, and Alexandra Scoville
April 23, 2012
Filed under Campus Events, Campus Life, News

Talon... Read more »

Reurning students should not be prioritized

Alexandra Scoville, Alexandra Scoville, and Alexandra Scoville
April 11, 2012
Filed under Opinion

Cerritos College should not offer free classes for returning students. There are other ways of assisting these students while remaining fair to others who are not returning students. Education is important for students of every age and we all deserve classes. We should be... Read more »

Reurning students should not be prioritized

Alexandra Scoville, Alexandra Scoville, and Alexandra Scoville
April 11, 2012
Filed under Opinion

Cerritos College should not offer free classes for returning students. There are other ways of assisting these students while remaining fair to others who are not returning students. Education is important for students of every age and we all deserve classes. We should be... Read more »

Reurning students should not be prioritized

Alexandra Scoville, Alexandra Scoville, and Alexandra Scoville
April 11, 2012
Filed under Opinion

Cerritos College should not offer free classes for returning students. There are other ways of assisting these students while remaining fair to others who are not returning students. Education is important for students of every age and we all deserve classes. We should be... Read more »

Lack of hitting ends in yet another loss for Falcon baseball

Alexandra Scoville, Alexandra Scoville, and Alexandra Scoville
March 29, 2012
Filed under Baseball, Men's Sports, Sports

Stringing together only five singles in Saturday's game against El Camino, the Cerritos College Men’s Baseball team fell to the Warriors by a score of 4-0. Most of the hits for Cerritos College came in the first three innings. With all of its hits in the game being singles,... Read more »

Lack of hitting ends in yet another loss for Falcon baseball

Alexandra Scoville, Alexandra Scoville, and Alexandra Scoville
March 29, 2012
Filed under Baseball, Men's Sports, Sports

Stringing together only five singles in Saturday's game against El Camino, the Cerritos College Men’s Baseball team fell to the Warriors by a score of 4-0. Most of the hits for Cerritos College came in the first three innings. With all of its hits in the game being singles,... Read more »

Lack of hitting ends in yet another loss for Falcon baseball

Alexandra Scoville, Alexandra Scoville, and Alexandra Scoville
March 29, 2012
Filed under Baseball, Men's Sports, Sports

Stringing together only five singles in Saturday's game against El Camino, the Cerritos College Men’s Baseball team fell to the Warriors by a score of 4-0. Most of the hits for Cerritos College came in the first three innings. With all of its hits in the game being singles,... Read more »

21 Jumpstreet entertaining but action falls short

21 Jumpstreet entertaining but action falls short

Alexandra Scoville
March 18, 2012
Filed under Arts, Reviews

“21 Jump Street” is a great comedy film but the action is ill-fitting. It almost achieves that level of entertainment a young audience is looking for. Sony chose to revamp the old 1980s show and make it into a modern movie, but fans of the show will be delighted to see Johnny... Read more »

Company promoters on campus need to back off

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
March 2, 2012
Filed under Opinion

We should not have distractions such as promoters on campus. When walking to our cars, we see flyers on the windows under the windshield wipers. These people are trying to get a job done. but as students, we have a job to do too. We as students are here to learn. There... Read more »

Company promoters on campus need to back off

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
March 2, 2012
Filed under Opinion

We should not have distractions such as promoters on campus. When walking to our cars, we see flyers on the windows under the windshield wipers. These people are trying to get a job done. but as students, we have a job to do too. We as students are here to learn. There... Read more »

A dress code on campus would interfere with students rights as adults

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
February 13, 2012
Filed under Opinion

For Cerritos College to enforce a dress code would completely take away from its students’ freedom. If any student has a problem with somebody’s clothing, that person has the right to respectfully approach their peer and directly state their problem because we are adults and we... Read more »

A dress code on campus would interfere with students rights as adults

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
February 13, 2012
Filed under Opinion

For Cerritos College to enforce a dress code would completely take away from its students’ freedom. If any student has a problem with somebody’s clothing, that person has the right to respectfully approach their peer and directly state their problem because we are adults and we... Read more »

Free Speech Zone – Jan. 25

Free Speech Zone – Jan. 25

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
January 23, 2012
Filed under Free Speech Zone, Opinion

Oreanna Stevenson- Major: Criminal Justice. "I feel that's unfair, because we all go here, pay for school, and were all grown and we can do anything basically on campus so why... Read more »

Free Speech Zone – Jan. 25

Free Speech Zone – Jan. 25

Alexandra Scoville and Alexandra Scoville
January 23, 2012
Filed under Free Speech Zone, Opinion

Oreanna Stevenson- Major: Criminal Justice. "I feel that's unfair, because we all go here, pay for school, and were all grown and we can do anything basically on campus so why... Read more »