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Storify: Club info day takes over Falcon Square

Briana Hicks, Campus Life Editor

February 8, 2016

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Audrey Karrasch returns to LA

Monique Nethington, Staff Writer

February 2, 2016

Pop singer and "The Voice" contestant, Audrey Karrasch returned to Los Angeles to perform at Dirty Laundry last Thursday. Fresh off the release of her new EP, "Forever Audrey", moving forward in her career seems to be the main focus. From humble beginnings in Reno, Nevada with a big family, singing was something she knew would be a part of her...

Four-year-old, Lucas (left) high-fives Franco Falcon (right) prior to sliding down the mountain of snow together. Hula hoop dancing and building snowmen (edible or not) were other activities offered during the sixth annual Snowy Day on Thursday, Jan. 28 at the Child Development Center. Photo credit: Bianca Salgado

Thrills and chills present at Snowy Day

February 1, 2016

Robert Adams, father of 2-year-old Aiden and 4-year-old Jacob Adams, remarks, "This is awesome! I don’t think I’ve seen another...

Breakout Artist of 2016: Alessia Cara

Briana Hicks, Campus Life

February 1, 2016

Aleesia’s Cara debut single, “Here,” streamed over 500,000 times within the first week. Cara, is a new up and coming break out artist of 2016. Her album, “Know it All,” was released Nov. 13, 2015. The album, “Know it all,” sold 36,000 copies during the release week. Which earned her the #9 spot on the Billboard 200 list. 19 year...

Broderick Woods and Erica Panduro perform an orignal dance number for the Club Adviser Reception. The two put together the dance number with the rest of the Dynamic Dance Club. Photo credit: Kristopher Carrasco

Club advisers reception shows off student talent

February 1, 2016

As the sun set over the Cerritos College campus, hordes of club advisers, presidents and even a number of talented individuals...

Chef Michael Pierini watches over the class as they prepare their dishes. Pierini hand selected students in class that he felt could handle the pressure of the Golden Globes Awards.

Culinary Arts invited to cater Golden Globes Awards once again

February 1, 2016

For the second year in a row, Chef Pierini and a small group of culinary students, were invited to assist catering for the Golden...

Natasha Lopez (Theater Arts major) studying her music. She is no stranger to the theater. Photo credit: Benjamin Garcia

Small turnout for first day of Zombie Prom auditions

January 27, 2016

Studio theater auditions were held for Zombie Prom, a musical which is being put on by the Cerritos College ASCC and the De...

Treasure of the Philosphy Club Joseph (right) Jang pours over a fresh cup coffee as he performs a coffee tasting. Jake Newland (left), vice president of the club, participates with the guests of the event. Photo credit: Kristopher Carrasco

Student philosophers explain the importance of your coffee choice

January 19, 2016

Whether you're a doctor staying up all night or a college student trying to get a jump start to your 7 a.m. class, coffee is probably...

David Bowie fans leave candles, bouquets of flowers, fan art and handwritten notes on his Hollywood Star located off Hollywood Boulevard and Sycamore Street. Bowie passed away on January 10 from liver cancer. Photo credit: Bianca Salgado

So long Ziggy Stardust and Severus Snape

January 19, 2016

The Thin White Duke sang his last song on Sunday, Jan. 10 and the actor best known for his role as Professor Snape, Alan Rickman pa...

Student life not found on campus

Briana Hicks, Campus Life Editor

January 18, 2016

Cerritos College doesn’t feel like a school. Instead it feels more like walking into a party with no music playing. Each day spent at school is dry like sandpaper, just as boring as watching rolling tumble weeds, and a lack of school pride that we all once had sometime in our lives. Cerritos has unfortunately become a familiar passing stranger...

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