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Childhood best friends bring Disney magic to WPMD

Justyne Beccera and Cassie Salvidar talk about their Disney themed merchandise, as they point out their Disney-styled sneakers. The women created a show all about Disney, to reach their listener's inner kid. The women were born three weeks apart, and have been inseparable ever since. Photo credit: Karla Enriquez

Karla Enriquez

April 12, 2016

Cassie Saldivar and Justyne Becerra sit together at the Pennsylvania Hotel in New York, on March 5 for the Intercollegiate Br...

Cerritos to UCLA transfer students Yazmin Martinez, Francisco Mojica, Josephine Diaz, and Jessica Montoro all took part of the transfer student roundtable at Pyschology Day. The panelists are all pre-psychology majors.

Psychology Day brings students knowledge and encouragement

April 7, 2016

Psychology majors and enthusiasts were able to enjoy an entire day of workshops and activities at Psychology Day on Friday, Ap...

Math Club hosted a book drive from Tuesday, March 29 to Thursday, March 31. Proceeds from the book drive will go to Su Casa, a women’s shelter that helps individuals and families from domestic abuse and builds partnerships with communities to end domestic violence. Photo by Tisha Lenon/ TM

Math Club contributes effort to stop domestic violence

April 4, 2016

From Tuesday, March 29 through Thursday, March 31, the math club hosted a book drive whose proceeds will be donated to the non-profit...

Clubs gather around for the Inter Club Council meeting to discuss how to make the clubs run better. Many students sat at a table together to discuss the issues they were having. Photo credit: Tisha Lenon

Club members and faculty team together to make the school better.

April 4, 2016

On Thursday, Mar. 31 the inter-club council meeting hosted a Center for Teaching Excellence and ICC workshop where faculty co...

Rob Flores working in the studio at WPMD. His show was deemed the best Student Public Affairs Radio Program in America by The Intercollegiate Broadcasting System. Photo credit: Janel Oliver

Cerritos College radio show receives national recognition

April 2, 2016

"Falcon Spotlight" has been recognized for its uniqueness and creativity as one of the best radio shows across the nation. Jaime...

Sleep plays important role in students’ life

Dymond Johnson, broadcasting communication major, explains how she doesn't get enough sleep. Johnson admitted that she needs to work on time managment skills. Photo credit: Tisha Lenon

Tisha Lenon

April 1, 2016

As a college student, people have different schedules and activities throughout their day which can affect their sleeping pattern. Sleep...

Snyder unknowingly denies DC characters justice

Kristopher Carrasco

March 30, 2016

Over Easter weekend, movie theaters were flooded with superhero fever as “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” finally hit the box office. Although making $170 million opening weekend, the movie itself had little to offer other than fancy super hero effect. No amount of theater applause will make this movie any less mediocre. The fil...

Stephanie Ruiz named Goodwill’s Graduate of the Year

Stephanie Ruiz assists her classmates by helping them prepare the food for the culinary arts restaurant. Ruiz credits her parents as the reason why she decided to become a chef. Photo credit: Monique Nethington

Monique Nethington, Campus Life Copy Editor

March 29, 2016

The Southern Los Angeles Goodwill Workforce Program has selected, culinary arts student, Stephanie Ruiz for its Graduate of the...

Members of the Korean Women's Group preparing food for guests at the Taste of Korea event in the Student Center on Wednesday, March. 23. The event had performers and informational videos to showcase Korean culture. Photo credit: Janel Oliver

A glance of rich Korean culture

March 25, 2016

High school kids and students on campus intermingled in the student center. Attendees gathered to catch a glimpse of Korean Cultu...

Movie screening illustrates the struggles of women

Janel Oliver, Staff Writer

March 25, 2016

Professor Michelle Fagundes, who teaches English and Women & Gender Studies, hosted a movie screening of North Country on Wednesday, March 23. The movie was about single mother, Josey Aimes, played by Charlize Theron, who became part of an elite group of the first women miners in Minnesota. After a stream of constant sexual harassment from...

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