Talon Marks

Architecture and technology club members, Jesse Magellan (left) and Krisandra Perez (right), set up a game for their fundraiser. Funds raised from the fundraiser will go towards an event for the students. Photo credit: Briana Hicks

Architecture Club to tour New Orleans

March 14, 2016

Over spring break, on Tuesday, Mar. 15 the Architecture and Technology Club will be flying to New Orleans, Louisiana to get...

Student duo electrify the crowd with musical performances

Terrel Emerson, Sports Editor

March 9, 2016

The works of Ralph Vaughn Williams and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart were covered in a recital put on by the Cerritos College Applied Music Program. Analyss Gomez and Summer Wilson were the performers in the Burnight Center Theatre Wednesday, Mar. 2. “They did very well matter of fact, excellent,” Kyounghee Kim said. Kim accompanied both of the...

Beatriz Cortez created a dome,

Art collabs with autobody program

March 8, 2016

Visual Artist and Professor of Central American Studies at Cal State Northridge, Beatriz Cortez is currently showcasing an exhibit...

Rhonda Dillion teaches voice courses at Cerritos College. Dillion said she was happy to see 65 audience members at the Falculty Showcase despite it being an Oscar weekend. Photo credit: Alvaro Flores

Faculty Showcase rocks the audience

March 4, 2016

Brian Rodas, business major, was happy to participate for the first time at the Cerritos College Faculty Showcase as the master...

Bringing reggae to SoCal with “Panteon Rococo”

Karla Enriquez, Editor-in-Chief

March 4, 2016

Phoning in on an icy morning from Mexico City, Dr. Shenka, the vocalist for famed Mexican ska band Panteon Rococo detailed their upcoming Los Angeles show. According to Elena Rodrigo, owner of ER: M&M , the company in charge of publicity for the show, Skanking Reggae Fest will take place on March 20 at the Shrine Expo Hall. This will mark...

Thinking about getting a new car? Staff writer Taylor Taylor Sean Ogata reviews and gives insight on all the features that the 2016 Chevrolet Cruze has to offer.

Posted by Talon Marks on Monday, February 29, 2016

“Cruze”n in style

March 4, 2016

Day in and day out, there are a lot of cars in the parking lots at Cerritos College, but there is one car that appears to be very...

Christopher Amador (English major) plays a chef at the Cafe Cino. Arielle Martinez (Theater Arts major) plays a junkie. Photo credit: Benjamin Garcia

Balm in Gilead opens a window to the unconventional

February 29, 2016

Set with prostitutes of the transgender and cisgender variety, thieves, drug dealers, addicts and Cafe owners; Balm In Gilead...

English Professor, Damon Cagnolatti, host hip hop panel for black history month. Cagnolatti and a group of panelist share insight on the culture behind the music. Photo credit: Briana Velarde

Music industry professionals educate on Hip Hop culture

February 29, 2016

In today’s society, when people think hip hop they refer to artists that are constantly being played on the radio rather than...

Umoja students, Christy Angeles (far left) and Eduardo Flores (far right), amongs other students host Jeopardy for Black History Month.  Umoja students created a fun atmosphere for the quiz filled event. Photo credit: Jenny Gonzalez

Umoja brings knowledge to students through jeopardy

February 29, 2016

Umoja students created their own version of Jeopardy by using a game-based learning platform named Kahoot. Approximately 30 students...

Lighting the way of the past through a black history film

Alvaro Flores, Staff Writer

February 24, 2016

To commemorate black history month professor Frank Gaik presented a Spike Lee film titled Chi-Raq. Gaik hosted a film presentation to teach students about black history. The event was held at Cerritos College on Thursday, Feb. 18 in room LA 204. He collaborated with UMOJA program coordinator Dr. Shelia Hill and the selection of the film was...

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