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Dawn Ertl’s woven wake-up call

Dawn Ertl’s woven wake-up call

Kianna Znika, Staff Writer

April 11, 2019


Filed under Arts, Arts & Entertainment, Campus Life, Campus News Hour, College Life, Features

Art and science are woven together in “Transgenerational,” the newest installation of the Window Dressing series at the Cerritos College Art Gallery. The opening reception took place on April 8 from 5-7 p.m., where students were welcomed to enjoy free Little Caesar’s pizza and a variety of snacks,...

Student writer aspires to publish first book

Student writer aspires to publish first book

Eunice Barron, Co-Online Editor

March 7, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Campus News Hour, Features

It has been said that becoming a writer is a special vocation and it's definitely the case for Cerritos College student, Justin Farlough. Farlough, botany major, is the author of "The Forsaken Son," published on the storytelling and reading app, Wattpad. Some of the motives on writing "The Forsaken...

Students, staff and faculty attend the board of trustee’s meeting to show support to Faculty Senate President Bob Chester

Students, staff and faculty attend the board of trustee’s meeting to show support to Faculty Senate President Bob Chester

Sarah Niemann and Sarah Niemann

April 17, 2013


Filed under Board of Trustees, Campus Life, Campus News Hour, Faculty Senate, Governance, News, Student Government

Students, faculty and staff came out to speak at the open forum portion of the board of trustee's meeting on Wednesday. They came to show support for Faculty Senate President Bob Chester regarding him being misquoted in a recent article where it was reported that he called Cerritos College a homoph...

Filling out an early FAFSA application benefits students

Sarah Bautista

February 7, 2013


Filed under Campus Life, Campus News Hour, News, Online Exclusives

Ruben Gonzalez is one of the student workers hosting the financial aid workshops in front of the library throughout the month of February and encourages students to fill out applications to receive financial aid. "There are a couple reasons why students should fill out their applications early," he said....

Filling out an early FAFSA application benefits students

Sarah Bautista

February 7, 2013


Filed under Campus Life, Campus News Hour, News, Online Exclusives

Ruben Gonzalez is one of the student workers hosting the financial aid workshops in front of the library throughout the month of February and encourages students to fill out applications to receive financial aid. "There are a couple reasons why students should fill out their applications early," he said....

WPMD Break-In

Jonathan Garza and Jonathan Garza

January 17, 2013


Filed under Campus Life, Campus News Hour, News

During the fall 2012 semester there were four break-ins at Cerritos College and at beginning the spring 2013 semester there was an attempt to break in to WPMD, the campus's radio station occurred. A double window of the radio station was smashed, and a speaker was stolen from above it. "It happen...

Enrollment fees hurt students’ pockets during holiday shopping

Connie Garcia

December 5, 2012


Filed under Campus Life, Campus News Hour, Features, News

Music major Michael Enriquez finds his wallet to be torn between paying tuition for the 2013 Spring semester and buying gifts for friends and family members. After paying for 12 units, at $46 each or $215 for out of state and international students, this year's holiday shopping is taking a toll on Enriqu...

Enrollment fees hurt students’ pockets during holiday shopping

Connie Garcia

December 5, 2012


Filed under Campus Life, Campus News Hour, Features, News

Music major Michael Enriquez finds his wallet to be torn between paying tuition for the 2013 Spring semester and buying gifts for friends and family members. After paying for 12 units, at $46 each or $215 for out of state and international students, this year's holiday shopping is taking a toll on Enriqu...

Students participate in Turkey Trot for a good cause

Sangeon Shin and Sangeon Shin

November 19, 2012


Filed under Campus Life, Campus News Hour, Club News, News

Donating money and cans to help feed the less fortunate this Thanksgiving, students and local residents participated in Cerritos College's 15th Annual Turkey Trot in Falcon Square on Thursday, Nov. 15. The event brought together 465 participants, which helped raise a total of $121.00 in cash and 562 ...

How to get the classes you need

Connie Garcia

November 18, 2012


Filed under Campus Life, Campus News Hour, Club News, News

Culinary Arts major Jessica Austin believes students should learn to prioritize in order to have a chance at gaining entry into courses they need in order to complete their general ed. Enrollment at Cerritos College wasn't always such a hassle for students, that is, until the number of students admi...

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