Talon Marks ‘Campus News Hour’ 10-5-11

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Campus News Hour 10-5-11 : Talon Marks Campus News Hour

Campus News Hour 10-5-11 : Talon Marks Campus News Hour

Today is October 5th, 2011. Welcome to Talon Mark’s ‘Campus News Hour’ on WPMD.org on the net. Bringing you news and information campus wide.

iFalcon is implementing “Purple Thursdays,” a day were the faculty & students are encouraged to wear purple to raise awareness to iFalcon and student success.

News Editor Anthony Hodge reporting

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After 3 seasons in the new Aquatic Center facility, Womens water polo coach Sergio Macias gives his evaluation of the upgraded swimming area.

Staff Writer James Williams reporting

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The second International Tea Time, a presentation hosted by the International Student Association, was held in Social Science building 138 on Sept. 28. This presentation was the second in a series that will continue throughout the semester.

Online Editor Jim Brannon reporting.

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Homecoming festivities will maintain its time honored traditions with Homecoming Court elections, Court Introductions, Activity Night, The Mock Rally, Homecoming Week which consists of building the Homecoming Floats by the various campus clubs. Floats will be judge that weekend. Students are encouraged to participate and get to know their fellow student body.

Staff Writer London Overton reporting.

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With new Philosophy courses being offered here at Cerritos College, informed student and Philosophy major Chris Grisswald gives ‘Campus News Hour’ his sentiment on this new philosophical course.

Online Editor Jim Brannon reporting.

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Disney’s ‘Lion King’ is being re-released in 3D or 2D in theaters as well as a debut in Blue Ray. Nostalgia is propelling ‘Lion King’ to Disney’s 3rd largest grossing animated film. Replacing ‘Moneyball’ in the top spot in the box office, Disney has decided to extend ‘Lion King’s’ theatrical release.

Staff Writer Alan Sanchez reporting.

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The Cerritos College women’s volleyball team got their first conference win over East Los Angeles College. Cerritos won three of the four sets (17-25, 25-10, 25-20, 25-17) setting the pace of the match in the second set.

Staff Writer Paola Perez reporting.

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After Falcons Football won two games in a row making them No. 4 community college football team in the state, No. 1 team Saddleback College’s running back Donnell Dickerson pushed Falcons back, ending in a 56-21 loss for Cerritos College football team on Saturday at Saddleback.

Assistant Sports Editor Lauren Gandara reporting.

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Even though Jake Harrison at 125 pounds took first place in his weight class, it was not enough to keep Cerritos College wrestling team at No. 2. As a team, Cerritos took fifth place at the Santa Ana Tournament on Saturday at Santa Ana College.

Assistant Sports Editor Lauren Gandara reporting.

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This week’s ‘Free Speech Zone’ brings the elimination of unmanned red-light intersection cameras to light with the student body.

Social Media Editor Yuri Gutierez and Staff Writer Philip Okoli reporting.

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This weeks music review on ‘Campus News Hour’ focuses on deathcore band ‘Chelsea Grim.’ ‘Campus News Hour’ pulls no punches and tells it like it is.

Staff Writer Alan Sanchez reporting.

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In an effort to better understand what subjects students would like to see being reported on, Campus News Hour hits the beat at Falcon Square.

Assistant News Editor Patrick Dolly Reporting.

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