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‘Almost, Maine’ is the perfect performance this holiday rom-com season

Bianca Martinez, Editor-in-Chief

December 3, 2018

The Cerritos College Theatre Department production of “Almost, Maine,” which premiered Nov. 30, proved to be worth the price of admission as the cast pulled off a superb performance. “Almost, Maine” was an appropriate choice as cuffing and Hallmark movie season is upon us. The rom-com play was filled with on-the-nose jokes and plenty of moments...

Fans anxiously waiting for upcoming artist, Rex Orange County. Photo credit: Marilyn Parra

Camp Flog Gnaw: better than Fyre Festival, not as good as Coachella

November 12, 2018

Hyped fans and Golf Wang enthusiasts filled Dodger Stadium this past weekend, Nov. 10-11. Tyler the Creator's annual festival...

Professors Hagop Najarian and Sergio Teran, curators of new exhibits in the Fine Arts gallery, entertain their guests on opening day. The exhibits include contemporary art on behalf of Najarian and printmaking works from Teran.

Colors and printmaking come together at the Fine Arts gallery

November 8, 2018

The Fine Arts gallery at Cerritos College opened their doors once again and hosted two different, but equally appealing showcases,...

Dr. David Betancourt plays with the Pep Band during rehearsal

Jazz it up: Cerritos College pep band let the good times roll

November 6, 2018

The Cerritos College pep band, led by Dr. Betancourt, play at every game and provide that school spirit that is needed to win...

A child listening to Bad Religion as he sits on his guardian's shoulders. Photo credit: Karen Miramontes

Surf City Blitz gonna dry your eyes!

November 5, 2018

SoCal punk rock bands came together on Oct. 27 and Oct. 28 at Huntington Beach hosted by Frosty, Heidi & Frank from radio...

Associate curator of contemporary projects Jennifer King explains how German-born photographer Vera Lutter captures an image using a camera obscura. Lutter's photographs which documents the current state of the museum before demolition will be in exhibition in 2020.

Lecture showcases the work of photographer Vera Lutter

October 26, 2018

Students learned about photographer Vera Lutter and her documentation of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, during the “Museum...

Music department faculty showcase demonstrated talent of music instructors

Bianca Martinez, Editor-in-Chief

October 24, 2018

Music department faculty members and students showcased their talent and penchant for jazz music alongside guest Yamaha artist and jazz pianist, Tamir Hendelman during the 2018 Jazz Showcase held in the Burnight Center Theater on Oct. 18. The event was coordinated by music department chair, Andrew Maz in partnership with Yamaha music. A masterclass...

An excited Erick Villa places in first place at the Marukan Cup of Culinary Arts of Excellence competition. The competition was held on Oct. 19.

Marukan’s fifth annual culinary arts competition welcomes high school contestants

October 22, 2018

High school contestants were given the chance to compete with current Cerritos College students in the Culinary Arts program and...

Theatre makeup brings the haunt to life at Knott’s Scary Farm

October 15, 2018

The theatre makeup program's annual trip to Knott's Scary Farm allowed students to talk to special effect makeup artist and learn...

What to expect at the ultimate festival: Tropicalia

Rebecca Aguila, Staff Writer

October 14, 2018

Among the many music festivals that happen in Southern California, Tropicalia Music and Taco Festival is welcoming a wide variety of upcoming artists and bands to perform this year. The two-day music festival will take place in the city of Long Beach on Nov. 3 - 4 at the Queen Mary. There are upcoming performances by the psychedelic-vintage queen;...

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