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The Cerritos College Campus Police increased its presence on campus following a suspect's threat that stated the campus would be bombed on Monday. Cadets and officers were stationed at intervals across campus, to ensure student peace and safety on Dec. 9, 2019.

Students question handling of RAVE alerts

December 11, 2019

Cerritos College officials are on defense as student complaints and questions are on the rise following the handling of an unsubstantiated...

Cerritos College students were given the opportunity to create their own shirts for The Clothesline Project, a movement created to bring awareness of sexual violence. They had the choice to leave the shirts so they could be displayed in April for Sexual Assault Awareness Month, or take them on Dec. 10, 2019.

Clothesline Project prepares for 2020 Sexual Assault Awareness Month

December 11, 2019

In an effort to prepare for Sexual Assault Awareness Month at Cerritos College in April 2020, the Office of Human Resources and...

Display of Day of the Dead Art being sold. The bright colors used are common during the Day of the Dead celebration.

Downey celebrates Fiesta De Las Calaveras

November 6, 2019

Courage Forward and the Rotary Club of Downey organized a festival outside of the Stonewood Mall on Oct. 26th, to celebrate the...

Faculty and staff members anticipate their turn in covering President of Cerritos College Jose Fierro in whip cream, making the most out of the $100 donation. The pie-in-the-face event raised $1,018 total for personal care products on Nov. 2, 2019.

Pie-in-the-face fundraiser garners over $1,000 for students in need

November 6, 2019

In an effort to raise funds for Domestic Violence Awareness Month and students in need, the Associated Students of Cerritos College...

Falcons miss out on playoffs with loss to Mt. Sac Mounties

November 6, 2019

The Cerritos College Falcons football team lost a tough homecoming game versus the Mount Sac Mounties, failing to make the playoffs...

Fire doesn't discriminate, wealth does

Fire doesn’t discriminate, wealth does

November 5, 2019

California is seeing its first snow, in the form of ash and soot. The wildfires we are facing are a result of corporate greed as...

Dream Club’s open mic recites poems for undocumented students

November 4, 2019

As Hispanic Heritage Month comes to an end, the DREAM club held an open mic and recited a series of poems in solidarity with undocumented...

The Natural History Museum has added a new exhibit and explores the origins of monsters. The exhibit premiered on Oct. 10, 2019 and will continue on until early 2020. Photo credit: Elizabeth Corcoles

‘Natural History of Horror’; the reality of how horror was made

October 28, 2019

The 'Natural History of Horror' exhibit explores the scientific discoveries that inspired movie monsters that audiences continue to...

Zachary Jenkins (left) and Nathan Pineda (right) after a recent practice, they both continue to work hard for the next upcoming game. The next game will be held Oct. 23, 2019 against Mt. San Antonio. Photo credit: Derrick Coleman

Jenkins and Pineda, ‘walls’ of water polo

October 23, 2019

The Cerritos College men’s water polo team is having a great season, remaining undefeated in conference 3-0. Two athletes who...

Due to a $2.3 million gift left by Cerritos College alumnus John B. Smith, Jr., the program will now offer scholarships to students later in the year. The grant was announced on a Cerritos College press release on Oct. 14, 2019.

Woodworking students ‘blown away’ by $2.3M gift left by alumnus

October 23, 2019

The Woodworking department recently received a $2.3 million grant from late Cerritos College alumnus John B. Smith Jr. that will...

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