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Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

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Talon Marks ‘Campus News Hour’ 10-19-11

Today is October 19th, 2011. Welcome to Talon Marks ‘Campus News Hour’ on WPMD.org on the net. Bringing you new and information campus wide.

Good Morning Falcons.


Seven homecoming queen contestants were announced during the Homecoming Court Introductions on Oct. 12 at 11 a.m. in the Student Center. The Homecoming Queen Elections will take place on Oct. 19 and 20 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Staff Writer Roger Gallegos Reporting.


Nine Cerritos College students from Disabled Student Programs and Services attended Disability Mentoring Day in Los Angeles on Oct. 12.

Disability Mentoring Day is a program that helps people with disabilities look for careers and has a mentor for the day.

News Editor Anthony Hodge reporting


A haunting Halloween maze will be rising from the concrete of Cerritos College. The Theater Art Society is having its first Halloween maze on Oct. 27 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

The event will be taking place in the fine arts quad by the Cerritos Art Gallery, set up begins at noon.

Staff Writer Nury Vargas reporting.


Cerritos College men’s soccer defender Alejandro “Brownie” Covarrubias is no stranger to success.

Over the years playing soccer at Bell High School, L.A. Galaxy Academy U-18 and U-20, U.S. National Team U-18 and U-20, and Cerritos College, he has achieved what one might call pure greatness.

Staff Writer Robert Olmos reporting.


The Cerritos College Theater department kicked off its fall season with “Return to the Forbidden Planet” gracing the Burnight Center Theatre.

Online Editor Patrick Dolly reporting.


This weeks ‘Free Speech Zone’ on ‘Campus News Hour’ asks various students in Falcon Square if they are aware who and what the ‘Board of Trustees’ is.

Assistant Sports Editor Lauren Gandara and Staff Writer Lucia Sarabia reporting.


Tiaras, high heels, sashes and men in dresses; some of the things that were seen from the homecoming court at Homecoming Activities Night on Oct. 12 and the Mock Pep Rally on Oct. 13.

The winner of the mock rally was the iFalcon Club, which was led by iFalcon Club member and Economics Club President, Justin McIntyre, representing Raquel Ramirez.

Assistant Sports Editor Lauren Gandara reporting.


Cerritos College Dance Appreciation with 45 students enrolled in the class this fall semester had three groups of students performing on different locations on campus Oct 13.

Staff Writer Carlos Blandino reporting.


California will have its fourth annual statewide earthquake drill, The Great California ShakeOut on Oct. 20 at 10:20 a.m.

Stephen Johnson, vice president of student services and assistant superintendent, gave insight on how Cerritos College will participate and what is expected on that day.

Assistant Opinion Editor Miguel Hernandez reporting.

This has been the 9th installment of Talon Marks ‘Campus News Hour’ here on WPMD.org on the net. We Thank you for listening and would like to remind you to pick up the latest printed edition of ‘Talon Marks’ at news racks located throughout the campus. We would also like to invite you to log onto ‘Talonmarks.com’ for the latest in breaking news here at Cerritos College.

On behalf of the Talon Marks news staff, I’m Campus News Hour Director Tito Benavides.

Have a Great Day Falcons.

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