Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Alvaro Bayona

Alvaro Bayona, Staff Writer

Alvaro Bayona is a student at Cerritos College. He is a full-time student and works for Talon Marks as a Journalist and enjoys it so far.

An interesting fact about Alvaro is that he also holds the title of "Author." Since he was 19, Alvaro has self-written over two fictional books. You can find him Facebook to catch up on his stories.

Alvaro is currently hoping to transfer to Cal State Long Beach, where he'll earn his Bachelor's degree in Creative Writing.

When he's not at school, Alvaro likes to attend to his hobbies. He loves to read books about many topics such as history and comic books. He also loves to sit down and writes more interesting tales that come up his mind.

Feel free to learn more about Alvaro as he continues to write for the school newspaper for Talon Marks.

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Faculty and staff gathered around in front of the board room to celebrate honoree, Bob Arthur. Arthur, who recently lost re-election for board of trustees, is retiring after 20 years of service. Photo credit: Alvaro Bayona

Cerritos College celebrates the service of retiring board member Bob Arthur

December 6, 2016

Now that we're approaching the last few weeks in the year, it’s time to say goodbye.On Thursday, December 1, Cerritos College led a retirement party for board of trustees member Bob Arthur, who has...

Financial Aid Office staff Ivan Oyarzabal giving student a drawing ticket during the Financial Aid Fair event on Wednesday, Nov. 16. The fair was held during three separate days and different times to reach more students. Photo credit: Alvaro Bayona

Games and Learning at the Financial Aid Fair

November 22, 2016

Over time, students, mostly new ones, have trouble with a certain thing and need a lot of guidance to get through it. That topic is Financial Aid and Cerritos College has just the answer for those...

Undecided major Efrain Sanchez said, My favorite movie right now is Band of Brothers. I like World War II themed movies and it its a nice movie. Photo credit: Alvaro Bayona

FSZ: What is your favorite movie right now?

November 7, 2016

Undecided major Efrain Sanchez said, "My favorite movie right now is Band of Brothers. I like World War II themed movies and it it's a nice movie."Electronics major Chris Muratalla said, "I really like...

Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi is my favorite book right now. It really gives a lot of details and makes you wonder very much. Photo credit: Alvaro Bayona

FSZ: What is your favorite book right now?

November 7, 2016

Nursing major Jomar Chua said, "My favorite book right now is Rise of the Black Wolf by Derek Benz. I enjoy it a lot because it's really action-packed and gives such a great story at the same time."Women...

Sue Parsons retires after 19 years of service

October 4, 2016

There was a retirement party inside the stage room in the Student Center for a staff member of Cerritos College. Sue Parsons, the director of Educational Partnership/Programs was honored on Sept. 22She...

Biology major Cristal Guerra-Ramos during the Send Silence Packing Exhibit hosted by the Active Minds club on Thursday Sept.29. Guerra-Ramos was looking at one of the 1,100 backpacks that represent the number of college students that commit suicide each year. Photo credit: Perla Lara

Send Silence Packing Exhibit raises awareness about suicide

October 1, 2016

Suicidal thoughts, contemplating suicide and attempting suicide are not easy subjects for anyone to express and openly talk about. Mental health is not a topic commonly brought into a daily conversation...

Phi Theta Kappa Vice-President Justin Lewis answers an incoming call while fellow PTK members watch interested while eating pizza. Photo credit: Bianca Martinez

Phi Theta Kappa Encourages More Members

September 28, 2016

Excited chatter gave way to silent anticipation as Phi Theta Kappa Vice President Justin Lewis called to order for his third time this semester. Students listened intently on Thursday, Sept. 22 as Lewis...

Guest Speaker Maggie Bertram discussed the importance of the event From Silence to Strength. The event was the first part to a two part event series.

‘From Silence to Strength’ Event informs students they are not alone

September 20, 2016

What started out as a surprise, became a representation of humanity.On Wednesday, Sept. 14, Cerritos College had guest speaker Maggie Bertram from Active Minds address the audience. The event, “From...

ITT Tech closures mark the end of an institute

September 12, 2016

Just like Rome, another powerful civilization has fallen. Of course, it wasn’t a real civilization, but a metaphor to describe this sudden surprise.ITT Technical Institute, the place that once called...

Career Counselor, Clara Ross-Jones talking about the differences in Majors and Careers to students. About 30 students were in attendance for the workshop. Photo credit: Alvaro Bayona

Workshop aids students searching for a major

September 6, 2016

Struggles can vary, however, if there’s one struggle that really gets the best of college students, it’s the decision about their careers. The "Choosing Your Major" Workshop began Aug. 31...

Samuel Vidaca marking his monologue for the Woman of Juarez play callbacks on August 19. He will be appearing as the first narrator. Photo credit: Benjamin Garcia

Women of Juarez: Behind the Play and Auditions

August 22, 2016

The Studio Theater auditions were held for Women of Juarez directed by adjunct Theater professor Minerva Garcia. On Wednesday Aug. 17 auditions were held with callbacks in the same room on the following...

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