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Education Without Borders conference approved by ASCC Cabinet

Education Without Borders conference approved by ASCC Cabinet

David Jenkins

March 28, 2017


Filed under Club News, News, Student Government

As ASCC cabinet approved funds for the Education Without Borders conference, Commissioner of Sustainability Phil Herrera says,“The conference is a coalition of clubs including Mouimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Aztlan, Dreamers [and] Chicanos for Community Medicine. So, it was kind of a group e...

Club Adviser Reception kicks off with musical talents

Club Adviser Reception kicks off with musical talents

Marck Parra and Dennis Osorio

February 2, 2017


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Cerritos College ASCC held a very music-oriented Club Advisor Reception on Wednesday, Jan. 25.The event kicked off with a solo vocalist covering Gloria Gaynor's disco classic "I Will Survive", followed by a student rock band, a flamenco guitar player performing some of Pink Floyd's most famous numbers, ...

First Inter-Club meeting of the year

First Inter-Club meeting of the year

Jocelyn Torralba and Rocio Valdez

January 31, 2017


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The first Cerritos College ASCC Club Council meeting of the semester took place with the attendance of club’s representatives.The topics of the meeting included Transfer Center events and information, Covered California, Black History Month Events, Graduation petition deadline, Falcon Games 201...

Third annual Student-Faculty Debate raises valid question

Kristopher Carrasco

May 8, 2015


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The Cerritos College Teleconference Center was buzzing with solid arguments, forensics and rebuttals as students and faculty participated in the third annual Student-Faculty Debate on Thursday, May 7. The event was hosted by the Cerritos College Speech and Debate team. This years topic was not only rel...

STEM speakers showcase career opportunities

Amanda Del Cid, Staff Writer

April 30, 2015


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TABC Mechanical Engineer Raquel Sanchez and Aaron Chiang a civil engineer at the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works spoke at the STEM Career speaker series for their "What Can I Do with a Major in Engineering?" STEM Career Speaker Series was held Wednesday, April 29. Both speakers were happy to help student...

ISA host Global Village Day

Sebastian Echeverry

April 20, 2015


Filed under Club News, News

Wars, borders and politics crumbled to the ground as nations stood tall together for one day for the Global Village Day celebration in Falcon Square. Nations united under one campus Monday, April 20 as the International Students Association Club hosted the Global Village Day event in an effort to offer ...

Math club fundraise for 10 years going

Sebastian Echeverry

April 14, 2015


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It's simple math.The Math Club is hosting a book sale through Thursday.Students give books or buy books and all the proceeds go to the SU CASA organization, who specialize in preventing domestic abuse.The goal in sight for the club is to raise over $1,000.President of the Math Club Ruben Alvarez said ...

Cerritos College Spring 2015 Festival entertains students

Cerritos College Spring 2015 Festival entertains students

Perla Lara, Staff Writer

April 4, 2015


Filed under Club News, News, Showcase

The music entertainment was provided by the WPMD Club with a group of rappers on stage including a woman rapper and business major Joe Escandon also known as Djxstatik providing the beats for the Spring Festival and provided games fun and memorable activities to fellow students on Thursday April 2.The Club Pres...

Video game competition ends in a two-way tie capping off Falcon Games

Luis Guzman, Freelancer

March 27, 2015


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Club members button-mashed their way to victory in the final day of the Falcon Games on Thursday, March 26. It was a tie for first place with Psychology club, Architecture and Technology club taking it. KabarKada club placed third place and the wild-card winner was M.U.N. Cerritos College has...

Clubs compete for glory and companionship

Clubs compete for glory and companionship

Carlos Holguin

March 27, 2015


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Club members were literally jumping through hoops and climbing up walls to compete against one another in the annual Falcon Games. Held on the field behind the gymnasium on Tuesday, March 25, a total of 21 clubs participated in the event according to Suleyma Castillo, Commissioner of Interclub Council. ...

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