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Phi Beta Lambda receives funding for national conference

Phi Beta Lambda receives funding for national conference

Jasmine Martinez

May 17, 2018


Filed under Club News, News, Showcase, Student Government

Phi Beta Lambda was funded about $7,800 for the 2018 National Leadership Conference May 9 by the Associated Students of Cerritos College. Down from the initial request of about $11,000, the students of PBL will be funding their own meals, as meal money was not included in the revised legislation. Majority...

Director of Athletics asks for mold-ridden pump to be replaced, remains to be seen

Carmelita Islas Mendez

May 8, 2018


Filed under Athletics, News, Student Government

Legislation has been introduced to the Associated Students of Cerritos College senate to purchase the “Powerflo 50” hydration unit. The legislation was introduced by the Director of Athletics Angel Salcido who is also a student athlete. The bill asked for about $4,000 to replace the current mode...

Campus faces budget cuts despite student leaders effort

Carmelita Islas Mendez

May 8, 2018


Filed under News, Student Government

The budget for the year 2018- 2019 has been passed by the Associated Students of Cerritos College. It was discussed and amended by senate over the course of three meetings and was unanimously approved on May 2. ASCC Vice President David Ramirez said, “Honestly, I am happy that the process is over.&...

Senate decision will ‘make or break’ Phi Beta Lambda

Jasmine Martinez

May 8, 2018


Filed under Club News, News, Student Government

Opposing views concerning funding for the Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference leads to discussions about the club’s recurring financial requests. PBL requested about $11,000 from the Associated Students of Cerritos College senate, so that six students and one adviser would be able to...

Problems resurface with Fine Arts Building

Problems resurface with Fine Arts Building

Carmelita Islas Mendez and Jasmine Martinez

May 1, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

According to the Director of Physical Planning and Construction Services David Moore “most users are very happy” with the Fine Arts Building at Cerritos College. However, instructors in the Fine Arts’ ceramics program expressed that some issues should be addressed in order to improve co...

Honoring Cerritos College faculty

Honoring Cerritos College faculty

Elizabeth Corcoles

May 1, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Cerritos College held its annual Outstanding Faculty Awards Ceremony on April 26 at the Student Center for the 2017-2018 academic year. The faculty were commended for their outstanding performance. The professor of honor, Carlos Mera, Physics instructor, was commended and received the Most Outstandi...

Week of the Young Child exhibit showcases children’s creativity

Week of the Young Child exhibit showcases children’s creativity

Jasmine Martinez

April 26, 2018


Filed under News

Cerritos College celebrated Week of the Young Child, April 16-20, through an exhibit showcasing the children’s year long work in the Child Development Center. The annual week long event is through the National Association for the Education of Young Children, which is an organization that promotes high-quality learning for y...

Senate finally ends weeks-long discussion on NASA internship

Senate finally ends weeks-long discussion on NASA internship

Carmelita Islas Mendez

April 24, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

After it’s third week in the Associated Students of Cerritos College senate agenda SB 1718-26: Cerritos College Arduino Internship Opportunity Funding has been approved.The legislation will fund two students with about $1,600, which includes a stipend of $600 per student.The senate bill was origina...

Starbucks by Cerritos College closes for racial bias training

David Jenkins

April 24, 2018


Filed under News

The Starbucks on Studebaker and Alondra, across the street from Cerritos College, will be closing on May 29 for additional training.It will be closed in the afternoon for racial bias training after events in Philadelphia caused debate. The incident took place at a Starbucks in Philadelphia on April 12, whe...

NASA Internship Debate for Undocumented Students Still Ongoing

NASA Internship Debate for Undocumented Students Still Ongoing

John Chavez

April 18, 2018


Filed under News, Student Government

The Associated Students of Cerritos College senate once again were presented with legislation for the Arduino Internship Opportunity, where the debate regarding undocumented student's participation resurfaced. This is the second time the legislation to increase funding to the NASA California Space Gra...

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