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Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Bryanna Mejia

Bryanna Mejia, Staff Writer

Bryanna Mejia is a 20 year-old student of journalism at Cerritos College. She was the Editor-in-Chief of her high school newspaper, Boxer Times, for two years and has been a writer throughout her entire life. She plans on pursuing a career in journalism, and dreams of attending the UCLA Department of Communication to receive a Masters in Journalism.

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Cheese from northern France: cheese platter with Maroilles and Boulette du Nord.

Students and instructors “whine” about AB-705 implementation

Bryanna Mejia, Staff Writer November 6, 2019
The implementation of AB-705 has both hindered and helped some students' success throughout community college.
Defender Jorge Cardona, 18, pressures the ELAC defense. The Cerritos offense controlled the flow of the game with nine shots on goal to the ELAC one.

Men’s Soccer: Falcons power through a close game with ELAC

Bryanna Mejia, Staff Writer October 17, 2019

The Cerritos College Falcons men's soccer team remain undefeated for 39 matches in a row with their close win against East Los Angeles College on Tuesday afternoon. However, the score doesnt match that...

Guests could expect a chilling surprise in the Scream photo booth, one of many photo-ops at the Freeform Halloween House. Photo credit: Bryanna Mejia

Freeform Halloween House brings popular Halloween movies to life

Bryanna Mejia October 17, 2019

Freeform hosted its annual Halloween House for the second year, where guests could expect to take the pictures of their dreams with backdrops from popular Halloween movies like "The Nightmare Before Christmas,"...

The Queen Marys first night market brought people out to enjoy the new food, goodies and music being offered. Photo credit: Bryanna Mejia

The Queen Mary Celebrates So Cal’s Diversity

Bryanna Mejia, Staff Writer September 25, 2019
Attendees enjoyed a variety of live entertainment, merchandise and food on the night of Sept. 20, 2019.
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