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Blackbirding: The coercing and kidnapping of native pacific islanders. Artist Chuck Feesago commemorates the victims of manipulation and forced servitude. Photo credit: Daniel Suarez Jr.

Biomythography: ‘Making Visible’ featured in Cerritos College art gallery

March 2, 2020

Two exhibitions are now featured in the first floor gallery of the Fine Arts Building. Cerritos College hosted the reception of...

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...

Daniel Monroy, he has came a long way on discovering his passion for the arts. Monroy has been dancing for Cerritos College for about two years.

Dance student strives to shoot for the stars

April 2, 2019

Every person has a passion of their own, for many the performing arts is a special calling for many special individuals such as...

Attendees are able to view students woodwork projects. Showcased projects were created by students throughout the semester. Photo credit: Karina Quiran-Juarez

Woodworking Celebration Showcases Student Artwork

May 20, 2018

As the semester draws to a close, the 12th annual Woodworking Celebration held an exhibition to showcase students projects fr...

Toastmasters Club Discusses Future Meetings And Roles To Be Filled

Carlos Martinez

May 18, 2018

As the semester comes to a close, the Toastmaster Club, a club that offers feedback for those looking to improve upon their public speaking and leadership skills, held its final meeting of the semester to discuss roles for the fall 2018 semester that need to be filled and dates and times for future meetings to take place during the upcoming summer an...

Albert Wilmovsky, an intructional lab technician shows students the basics of using PowerPoint. The workshop focuses on giving students the tools necessary to provide the best presentations they can give.

Powerpoint workshop teaches students the fundamentals to take their presentations to the next step

May 8, 2018

The PowerPoint workshop took place in the library in the computer lab LC 62. It is free to students and anyone who want to jo...

Dr. Peter Weller during the Q&A part of his lecture. Weller cleared up questions on art perspective.

Shedding new light on Donatello’s David

May 8, 2018

A new idea of art perspective was introduced upon many students and professors who attended the lecture of Dr. Peter Weller.The Cerritos ...

Walter Fernandez, history professor, talks about the origins of Cinco de Mayo. The presentation was on May 3.

Cerritos College gives presentation to answer “What is Cinco de Mayo?’

May 8, 2018

A presentation that informed students on the origins of the Mexican holiday, Cinco de Mayo, was given by the History department an...

Toastmasters Club provides critiques and feedback to improve public speaking

Karina Quiran-Juarez

May 7, 2018

Held in the Multipurpose Building 203, the Toastmasters club conducted its second-to-last meeting of the semester with three "Ice Breaker" speeches for new members to better introduce or discuss something about themselves to the club and receive feedback on their public speaking. On May 2 from 11 a.m. to noon, the club also discussed filling in the ...

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