Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Frank Rodarte

Frank Rodarte, Staff Writer

The multi-talented legend that is the man Frank Rodarte has come to be endeared throughout many a kick-backs, concerts and various other forms of social gatherings. While some note his odd claims to uniqueness, such as “Professional Crowd Surfer” or “Set list connoisseur”, most have come to appreciate his stage and media performances - ranging from short film actor to his band’s front man. All-in-all this music buff and sports fanatic is, when all is said and done, an entertainer, and his comedic personality is sure to win your vote. “Vote for what”, you may ask. Don’t you worry your pretty little head; he’s got this.

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Department of Mental Health bring in Maria Cevallos to educate students on the subject of stress. Students and faculty come together to learn the different causes, symptons, and treatments to deal with stress.

[Photo] Students discuss stress at workshop

October 20, 2015

Department of Mental Health bring in Maria Cevallos to educate students on the subject of stress. Students and faculty come together to learn the different causes, symptons, and treatments to deal with...

Franco Falcon animates the crowd during the Homecoming game. ASCC Senate approved to have his pay reinstated to $14.32  after last year’s senate cut it to $9.93. Photo credit: Karla Enriquez

Franco Falcon’s pay reinstated to $14.32

December 8, 2015

The Associated Student of Cerritos College Senate at passed a legislation that would increase the pay of the school mascot, Franco Falcon. Although, to the general public it may seem like a pay raise,...

The Career Center host a Career Cafe which is theme is interests. Career counselor Clara Ross-Jones informs students of different career paths based on students interests. Photo credit: Frank Rodarte

[Photo] Cookies, coffee and career paths

December 1, 2015

The Career Center host a Career Cafe which is theme is interests. Career counselor Clara Ross-Jones informs students of different career paths based on student's interests. Photo credit: Frank Rodarte

Dealing with stress around the holidays

November 24, 2015

Holidays are around the corner and many students will be consumed with not only finals to study for and festivities to attend. Automotive major Esteban Sanchez admits he is guilty of procrastinating when...

ASCC Cabinet gets insight on dashboard tool for students

November 10, 2015

There was a preview of a new dashboard feature that will help students see their progress toward their major and also general education.The ASCC cabinet meeting took place Monday, Nov. 9.The preview was...

Workshop teaches students how to get paid internship

November 5, 2015

Claudia Biezonsky guided students to what should be one of the main goals during or after college, a paid internship.Biezonsky hosted the workshop to inform students how to land a paid internship on...

Matt Shultz, singer of Cage the Elephant, singing and swimming throught the crowd. This was during Kroqs Halloween Costume Ball at the El Rey.

[Photo] Cage the Elephant plays at KROQ’s Costume Ball

November 3, 2015

Matt Shultz, singer of Cage the Elephant, singing and swimming throught the crowd. This was during Kroq's Halloween Costume Ball at the El Rey.

Students break out into small groups of two to practice interview skill. Xi Zhang, international business major, listens as Wendy Mendoza, nursing major, talks about her qualifications. Photo credit: Frank Rodarte

Workshop prepares students for job interviews

November 2, 2015

The main goal for a college student is to graduate and find a nice paying job that helps them afford whatever his or her heart desires.Clara Ross-Jones, a career counselor at Cerritos College, helped students...

What will you dress-up as for Halloween?

October 28, 2015

Jonathan Lin, mechanical engineering major, said, “A horse, I have a horse mask already and it seems like the easiest thing to be.”Maria Aguilar, accounting major, said, "Misty from Pokemon,...

Veronica Castro informed students about scholarships and how to properly apply for them. The workshop took place on Thursday, Oct. 22. Photo credit: Frank Rodarte

Workshop clears up scholarship myths

October 25, 2015

“Who wouldn’t want free money?” Veronica Castro, asked. Castro served as the host of a scholarship workshop, which took place on Thursday, Oct. 22, in room SS 139. Many students, who...

On Thursday, Oct. 1, Cerritos College continued its Hispanic Heritage month celebration. This time Romero Gurrulo, charro, performed a Mexican dance called a charreria at the stage in Falcon Square. Photo credit: Grester Celis-Acosta

Hispanic heritage month continues with festive dance

October 6, 2015

Students were in awe Thursday, Oct.1, as two charros jumped in and out in lassos during a festive dance. This is actually known as a sport called charreria and is part of the Hispanic culture. ...

Raising money is easy as pi

September 24, 2015

The Cerritos College Math Club had yet another successful fundraiser for the organization known as Su Casa. Su Casa is an organization that protects families from domestic violence, which generally...

Students attend the learning styles workshop. The event was held Thursday September 17 2015 at 11a.m to 12p.m

[Photo] Workshop helps students identify learning style

September 23, 2015

Students attend the learning styles workshop. The event was held Thursday September 17 2015 at 11a.m to 12p.m

Tap Card program coming Spring 2016

August 27, 2015

The Tap Card Program is an attempt to get free or a reduced rate for students that commute to campus via public transportation, such as the bus or the train. Dean of Student Services, Dr. Gilbert Contreras,...

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