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End of the beginning for Rodriguez

Cambria Rodriguez, history major. She will be transferring at the end of the semester and will be walking at the commencement ceremony on May 16. She will either transfer to Cal State Fullerton or Cal State Dominguez. Photo credit: Denny Cristales

Denny Cristales

May 7, 2015

  Give or take a few days from graduation and school is still just as stressful now as it was three years ago for Cambria...

Walk of Fame (interactive)

Walk of Fame (interactive)

April 14, 2015

The Cerritos College Walk of Fame honors students showing outstanding excellence in the areas of arts, literature, government, sports, and the sciences. Click on ...

Beatriz

Student here, pop star there

March 5, 2015

Goose-bumps flow throughout the surface of Jayke's skin as she approaches the stage. She takes deep breaths, focuses on her...

‘Swingin’ with new jams of the def mans music’

Nicolette Aguirre, Briana Velarde, Karla Enriquez, and Lauren Torres

February 10, 2015

From the vintage vault of the 40s and 50s to today’s new releases and around a Hip-Hop and R&B; corner, these are the genres covered by this year’s Intercollegiate Broadcasting System award nominees. Previous two-time nominee and President of the Broadcasting Club Saveon Simon has been nominated once again for ‘Best Station ID.R...

IBS Award nominee has found new passion with radio

IBS Award nominee has found new passion with radio

February 3, 2015

Johnny Ray, one of the hosts of WMPD’s show ’Swingin’ With The World’, was nominated for an Intercollegiate Broadcasting...

Peggy Sue: “She did it her way”

Karla Enriquez

February 3, 2015

If you mix an electric and charming personality with a flair for 1940's and 50's music and you dab a little bright red lipstick, you have Peggy Sue. She serves as the host of WPMD's Wednesday's 1 p.m. slot, Swingin' With The World, a Cerritos College radio show dedicated to music stemming from the 40s and 50s. Cerritos College's own, was nominated for...

Illuminating his journey on and off the stage

Photo from Paul Tully's personal page.

Samantha Vasquez

December 10, 2014

Theatre wasn't always on Paul Tully's career goals, his original choice was the military. That all changed when his chief told hi...

Gilbert Gonzalez, zoology major, starting up the game of pool by serving up and shooting off the first hit. He was playing pool with his other group of friends. He usually comes by Monday and Wednesday. Photo credit: Denny Cristales

Game Room provides lounging spot, social interaction

November 18, 2014

For students, the Game Room serves as a neat pit stop between classes, with pool and other arcade games available for recreational...

Chef Mark Tydell  showing a student fresh produce. The produce is grown organically in local farmers market. Photo credit: abraham venegas

Culinary Arts Extravaganza and Job Expo provides career opportunities

October 27, 2014

Carved squash, brewed coffee and raffles were one of many things that the Culinary Arts Extravaganza and Job Expo had to offer...

Learning through comics

Learning through comics

October 21, 2014

Kathy Hall teaches in a not so normal way. Teaching an English class via comic books and presenting at a Comic-Con conference...

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