Talon Marks

The bunch of booths on display at the fair. Lots of information about the majors the school offers

The Majors Exploration Fair offers students vital information

October 7, 2019

According to the school's website on the topic of choosing a major it states: “Usually, students have such a difficult time...

Learn about Mexico’s Independence Day

Vivian Yglesias

October 3, 2019

September is Hispanic Heritage Month. There were many events hosted by Cerritos College that allowed students to explore the world of Hispanic art, history and culture. Professor Walter Fernandez hosted this presentation about Mexico's Independence Day for Hispanic Heritage Month on Sept. 12.The presentation was made into a Powerpoint that had short d...

Students learn about major options at workshop

Vivian Yglesias

October 2, 2019

Cerritos held a workshop called “Choosing your Major” made possible by Traci Uikta, who works for Career Services at Cerritos on Sept. 19, making students aware of their options. A powerpoint was presented that explained the ways to figure out what to do when students chose their major, how to set career goals and what degrees they can ge...

Anyone Can Learn

Luis Lemus

October 2, 2019

“Anyone can learn” was the unofficial mantra of the day to an event open to everyone who might just have interest in the field and was just outside of Los Angeles City Hall on Sept. 7th. The deaf event welcomes any and all who are interested to learn more about the ASL community. According to the National Institute of Health website, nearly on...

Fun and games on Constitution Day

Vivian Yglesias

October 2, 2019

Constitution day at Cerritos College gave students an opportunity to come together in the spirit of patriotism on Sept. 17. The event was hosted by students and the student activities department who presented the event with enthusiasm and falcon spirit. The day consisted of games, prizes and celebrating, as there were a few booths that each encour...

Glen SooHoo of Phoenix Imports sells confetti poppers. LA Chinatown Mid-Autumn Moon Festival on Sept. 15, 2019.

Community Embraces Chinese Culture

September 25, 2019

Hundreds of people of all ages celebrated the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival in Chinatown on Sept. 15, a tradition that the Chinatown...

From Speech to Communication Studies

Jasmine Martinez

September 25, 2019

After almost 19 years of wanting to change the speech department to the communication studies department, Department Chair Angela Hoppe-Nagao expressed enthusiasm over the official title change in the fall 2019 semester. Since the inception of Cerritos College in 1956, the speech department was one of the first and longest-lasting components to the...

Scholarship Workshop Available at Cerritos College

Vivian Yglesias, Staff Writer

September 24, 2019

The Cerritos College scholarship workshop was a program that helps students in making an application for universities they want to attend on August 27. It was made possible through a power point presentation by Rachel Samarin, the scholarship coordinator for Cerritos College Foundation. It brought out helpful tips and step-by-step instructions for the...

Unheard LA is a series of events that tell stories of the people within the community. All members of the audience were encouraged to share their stories before the show on Sept. 7, 2019.

No Voice Left Unheard at Unheard LA

September 11, 2019

Featuring 11 local storytellers willing to share heartfelt tales from their lives, Claremont’s Unheard LA was an event meant...

The Vargas Family continues to seek answers to their questions regarding alleged police brutality and their relative, Anthony Vargas, who was shot in the back 13 times last year by East LA sheriffs. The family stated that Sheriff Alex Villanueva did not answer any of their questions at the town hall meeting held in Norwalk on Sept. 5, 2019.

East LA Family Left ‘Disgusted’ with LASD

September 11, 2019

The Vargas Family of East LA continue to seek answers about their son, Anthony Vargas, who was said to have been shot in the back...

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