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The Board of Trustees have great expectations for the new year

The Board of Trustees have great expectations for the new year

Michael Ares
January 21, 2013
Filed under Board of Trustees, Campus Events, Governance, Misc. News, News

In the last few months of 2012, Cerritos College was on its toes as it looked on in hope for the Cerritos College Board of Trustees election as well as the results on Prop. 30. With Prop. 30 passing and the acquiring of new board members, the Board of Trustees got to work, trying to get back into th...

Cerritos College celebrates the passing of Measure G

Robert Beaver
December 5, 2012
Filed under Board of Trustees, Campus Events, Governance, News, Student Government

The passing of General Obligation Bond Measure G allows Cerritos College to expand into a "campus for the future," with facilities updated with the latest technology and teaching aids that will allow the college to set the standard among community colleges, Board President Bob Arthur said at the Measu...

Cerritos College celebrates the passing of Measure G

Robert Beaver
December 5, 2012
Filed under Board of Trustees, Campus Events, Governance, News, Student Government

The passing of General Obligation Bond Measure G allows Cerritos College to expand into a "campus for the future," with facilities updated with the latest technology and teaching aids that will allow the college to set the standard among community colleges, Board President Bob Arthur said at the Measu...

A recap on the historic Board of Trustees election

Sarah Niemann and Sarah Niemann
November 29, 2012
Filed under Board of Trustees, Campus Events, Campus Life, Governance, News

In a historic election on Nov. 6, four out of the five incumbents running for the Cerritos College Board of Trustees lost their seats. Tom Jackson, Jean M. Mchatton, Ted Edmiston and Tina Cho have been replaced by Carmen Avalos, John Paul Drayer, Marisa K. Perez, and Sandra Salazar respectively. M...

Four out of five incumbents lose their seats on Board of Trustees

Four out of five incumbents lose their seats on Board of Trustees

Sarah Niemann
November 11, 2012
Filed under Board of Trustees, Campus Events, Governance, News

In a historic election on Nov. 6, four out of the five incumbents running for the Cerritos College Board of Trustees were voted out. Tom Jackson, Jean M. Mchatton, Ted Edmiston and Tina Cho have been replaced by Carmen Avalos, John Paul Drayer, Marisa K. Perez and Sandra Salazar respectively. C...

Commissioner of Athletics challenges campus police about break-ins

Sarah Niemann
November 7, 2012
Filed under Board of Trustees, Campus Events, Campus Life, Governance, Misc. News, News, Student Government

Associated Students of Cerritos College Commissioner of Athletics, Daniel Gomez, addressed the Board of Trustees on Nov. 7, on the subject of campus safety during the off hours. “You see the police roaming around, you see the student security guards walking around. “That’s not the issue I’m con...

The election results that will affect Cerritos

Lauren Gandara
November 7, 2012
Filed under Board of Trustees, Features, Governance, News, Online Exclusives

Four new Board of Trustees members have been elected and one measure and one proposition that will help to provide more funding for the college were among the things voted for during the general election on Nov. 6. Here are the propositions and measures passed that will affect Cerritos College: Propo...

General elections will affect students

Raul Samaniego
October 20, 2012
Filed under Board of Trustees, Campus Events, Campus Life, Campus News Hour, Features, Governance, Misc. News, News

Voters across America will descend upon thousands of polling places to decide national, state and local issues ranging from selecting a president to approving funding for a variety of state and local issues. All matters on the ballot are essential with three local items directly affecting Cerritos College...

College wants another $350 million

Sarah Bautista and Sarah Bautista
September 19, 2012
Filed under Board of Trustees, Campus Events, Campus Life, Campus News Hour, Governance, News

The Cerritos College Board of Trustees has come to an agreement that students would greatly benefit from a campus-wide architectural face-lift. The passing of the $350 million bond proposition means that it will be placed on the November ballot, under the title name Measure G. The Facilities Master Plan ...

Lacy gives State of the College Address

September 15, 2012
Filed under Board of Trustees, Campus Events, Governance, News

The decline of education in California and across the United States has become an even more critical issue as addressed by Dr. Linda Lacy in her State of the College Address at the City of Cerritos Chamber Meeting on Thursday. Over the course of the past two years, the issue has gradually been e...

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