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Lab technicians express art through photography

Perla Lara

March 29, 2017

Lab technicians, to students, to artist to showcase the multiple roles that a person has is seldom easy to do. This year with one exhibit titled La Ayuda, the help. The six photography lab technicians joined together to showcase their art; for everyone who attended the Foundation for Art Resources Bazaar event to see. The six photography lab technicians...

Addison Favela, engineer major, attempts to take the best possible shot he can of the cat, as he enjoys one of his favorite past times: photography. Favela is also a United States Marine Corps veteran who spent nearly five years with the military branch. Photo credit: Marck Parra

When two worlds collide

March 23, 2017

Addison Favela, engineering major, inserts a new roll of film into his vintage film camera, ready to forget the troubles of his...

Back-row from left to right commercial music majors Terrance Alexander, Alejandro Haegendoreens, Oscar Chavez, Andrew Jones,  front-row from left to right commercial music majors, Emili Alexa Romano, and Justin Matteau. Photo credit: David Jenkins

Music from ‘Out of Nowhere’

January 26, 2017

“Honestly I thought ‘we’re not going to be a band’. That was my honest thought [...] I was like I don’t know if we can...

Student pianist on campus; father and husband at home

Oscar Franco, music major, practices for his recitals. The applied music program provides students with private lessons, his instructor is Professor Simmons. Photo credit: Briana Velarde

Briana Velarde

October 3, 2016

Oscar Franco, music major, uses his piano and singing skills to spread the message of love and hope with his new single "Enamorado." He...

Jessie Mendoza hosts his show called Spinning out of Control. He will be going onto his third year of having air time on WPMD. Photo credit: Briana Velarde

WPMD gives platform to student DJ

August 30, 2016

Triple major Jessie Mendoza knew he wanted to become a DJ since 1999, when he visited his first record shop. He walked into...

Student releases album

Gustavo Lopez

August 23, 2016

The light start of the song “Stranger” is a dreamy contrast to the opening lyric, “Yes, you made me hate myself, that’s why I miss you all of the time,” in Gemma Castro’s five-song “Gemma EP” released on Aug. 16. She explained that the opening song represented her, “It was kind of a ballad tim...

Joel Senteno and CEO of BLINDSTART Brian Tom discussing the agenda for the weekly practice.

Crossing the finish line

August 25, 2015

From the difficulties of classes that you simply just hate, to the groggy feeling you get from staying up late studying, school...

Commencement speaker announced at Cerritos

Lauren Torres, Staff Writer

May 8, 2015

Students graduating from Cerritos College this year will have the chance to hear an inspirational speech by Dr. Patricia Arredondo.She was chosen to speak on commencement day by the Student Life Committee.The chair of the committee, Dr. Gilbert Contreras said, "During the spring semester [the committee] comes up with a list of possible speakers. The...

Egbert Adolfo Castro former Cerritos College student is among the many students who are transferring this semester. Photo credit: Carlos Marquez

Future scientists reflects time at Cerritos College

May 7, 2015

Egbert Adolfo Castro former Cerritos College student is among the many students who are transferring this semester. The 20-year-old...

Falcons leave the nest

Sebastian Echeverry

May 7, 2015

Since 1955, Cerritos College has helped individuals interested in higher education get what they needed taken care of and then propelled into the world of labor to pursue a career. In more recent times Cerritos College has been seen as a safe haven for students that aspire to be more, they find themselves here, in these classrooms and in these halls.T...

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