Talon Marks

The Cerritos College Campus Police presented their Campus Safety Update for Jan. 2020 at the Regular Board meeting on Jan. 15. During the presentation, Chief Tom Gallivan discussed the features of the new RAVE Guardian app which is expected to come to campus later in the semester. The app will include features such as emergency call buttons and monitored safe walks. Photo credit: Kianna Znika

New campus safety app to hit Cerritos College

January 22, 2020

Cerritos College has signed a contract to implement the RAVE Guardian personal safety app by the end of the spring 2020 semester. This...

The Associated Students of Cerritos College are looking for more students to apply to be senators.  Meetings are held every Wednesday in room BK 111/112.

ASCC Senate Seeks Student Senators to Meet Quorum

September 25, 2019

Due to low senator count for Fall 2019, the Associated Students of Cerritos College is in need of more students to serve on senate...

Using cotton and wool, Dawn Ertl demonstrated the mutations and trauma that affect us and carry into later generations.

Dawn Ertl’s woven wake-up call

April 11, 2019

Art and science are woven together in “Transgenerational,” the newest installation of the Window Dressing series at the Cerritos...

César Chávez comes to life on stage at Cerritos College

César Chávez comes to life on stage at Cerritos College

April 9, 2019

On April 2, students were treated to a special live performance by actor and educator Roberto Alcaraz to commemorate the life...

Performers demonstrate a traditional rain dance at the Falcon Amphitheatre. Students were able to learn more about other traditions at Festival of Asian Cultures.

Festival brings Asian culture at Falcon Square

April 21, 2018

The annual Festival of Asian Cultures made its appearance for the fourth time on the campus of Cerritos College featuring food...

Recognizing our the veterans of Cerritos College

Rocio Valdez, Staff Writer

May 5, 2017

Cerritos College Military Ball is just around the corner. It taking place May 6, 2017 at Knott’s Berry Farm Hotel to give back to the amusement park for helping veterans out. Glen Pena, Veterans Resource Specialist said, “Knott’s had a good price and the whole organization is veteran friendly, they do a lot with us in the month of November, if y...

Pay for Parking Permit or Citation: you decide

Taylor Ogata, Staff Writer

May 18, 2016

Parking in any lot at Cerritos College may look free, but it is not. From 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week, a valid permit, either daily or semester, must be displayed with any vehicle parked in any lot on campus. Any vehicle parked in any lot without a permit will be cited. The permit regulation is in addition to all other regulations...

Social media benefits students in the classroom

Kristopher Carrasco

May 18, 2016

It’s safe to say that many people have a smart phone and at least one form of social media. Often times people use social media for a variety of things, but how effective is it in a teaching environment. According to edudemic.com, social media can be used in many ways as a teaching tool. Marcela Lopez, a teacher’s assistant in the LA...

Ana Gonzalez is a geography major at Cerritos College about to graduate. Gonzalez has worked various jobs but has always prioritized her education.

Prioritizing education through adversity

May 14, 2016

Some students have had to face the responsibilities of being a provider to their family after graduating high school, Ana Gonzalez...

Julie Palencia is a working student at Glendale Community College. She had to take some semesters off school in order to pay for her bills.

Multi-Tasking her way through college

May 14, 2016

Many students are working while attending school, to pay for the costs of college. Julie Palencia is a working student at Glendale...

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