Cerritos College
Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

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Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

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Cerritos draws a crowd with free In N Out

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Edmundo Leva, undecided major receives his free In N Out burger after waiting in line. He was able to receive the burger with his valid student ID and current semester sticker. Photo credit: Briana Velarde

Cerritos College has a traditional way of welcoming students into the new semester with free In N Out burgers and chips.

The first day of the event was at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 8. and to make sure the school targets night students and faculty, there was also an event that started at 5 p.m. which took place on Thursday, Sept. 9.

Although the burger is free there are a couple requirements in order to receive it.

Students and faculty must have a valid Cerritos College ID and the current semester sticker.

Kimberly Silva, women’s studies major, said, “This is my first semester waiting in line for In N Out. I have my own food, but it’s free food so I can’t deny free food.”

Silva also stated that she would be more involved if the campus offered these free meals monthly.

Cosmetology major Cindy Palomo said, “I’ve been waiting in line for 15 minutes, and I will stay in line as long as it takes. They usually have this [welcome week] within the first two days so I expect a good turn out.”

During fall semester 2015, the campus held Welcome Week during the first week of classes.

For the current semester, the school decided to combine Club Info Day and Welcome Week.

Interim Dean of Student Services Frances Gusman said, “We felt that the clubs needed a few weeks to get a little bit more organized. A lot of times our students aren’t ready to pick up and go and put on an event of this size during the first week of school.”

Edmundo Leva, undecided major, said, “Having welcome week is pretty cool, I only would have waited for 30 minutes max for the food.”

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Briana Velarde, Online Editor
Just a journalist in the making. You can call me Bree.  This is my last semester on the newspaper but like everyone else I started as a staff writer. I have also been Social Media, Multimedia, and Arts & Entertainment editor. Currently pursuing a career in journalism. Music, entertainment, and visual stories are my passion. How much time do I spend in the newsroom? All day. Well maybe not all day because I work at a theater and sweep popcorn for a living, but hey these bills aren't going to pay themselves. My ultimate goal to become a digital content producer for a radio station. If all else fails catch me designing for a magazine like Complex or Fader. Since my life revolves online, therefore I am your current Online Editor. Excited to be able to share my content on the online and print version of Talon Marks, read all about it!
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