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“A day in the life of Luis”: Thankful for the semester

Luis Lemus, co-sports writer

March 25, 2020

Screw you, Coronavirus and wherever the hell you came out of. You are causing the world to panic, and hospitals are now in short supply of the equipment needed to best serve patients. Like I said last time: it does not care...

Soprano saxophone-euphonium recital delights audiences

Daniel Suarez Jr., Staff Writer

March 23, 2020

Silvia Ibara and Mya Sanchez performed on March 4 inside the Burnight Center as part of the Applied Music Program of Cerritos College. Ibarra took the stage first, and was joined by accompanist Kyoungee Kim on the piano. Ibarra's...

“The Caucasian Chalk Circle” play wraps up at Cerritos College

Rocio Valdez, A & E editor

March 23, 2020

Plays like Bertolt Brecht’s “The Caucasian Chalk Circle” are one of those plays, like “Noises Off”, that don't easily translate to film, and both its form and its humanity demand live audience participation. Part...

“ A day in the life of Luis”: Coronavirus

Luis Lemus, co-sports editor

March 23, 2020

Covid-19 sucks. Kiss anything planned goodbye as odds are they’re either canceled or postponed. With having an already-compromised immune system, it stinks but it is better than dealing with the disease when you already...

“A day in the life of Luis”: Purgatory?

Luis Lemus, co-sports writer

March 23, 2020

Man, wasn’t that spring break fun? Of course I am saying that sarcastically. But look at it from a distance, at least we are still alive. At least I am led to believing so.   Wait a minute, is this all a sick...

“A day in the Life of Luis”: Dealing with adversity

Luis Lemus, Co-sports editor

March 6, 2020

Every day people are faced with adversity in many ways. However adversity comes, do not let it lead to detriment. Overcome it and show it who’s calling the shots. I might have MS but it sure as hell does not have me. While...

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