Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

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Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Julissa Villalobos

Julissa Villalobos, Staff Writer

Julissa Villalobos is a staff writer for Talon Marks. She is looking forward to transferring to Cal State Long Beach to continue her work with journalism and photography and turning those two passions into a career.

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You were born naked and the rest is DRAG

‘You were born naked and the rest is DRAG’

May 28, 2019

Drag is art. A walking, living and breathing art form full of attitude and pure love. When someone is in the presence of a drag queen, they cannot help but admire and attempt to take in every stitch and...

La Llorona NOT La Yerona

La Llorona NOT “La Yerona”

April 24, 2019

The creepiest of Mexican tales has made it to the big screen in its first film adaptation, The Curse of La Llorona hit box offices Apr. 18 and is here to haunt this new generation of children. The chilling...

Captain Marvelous

March 14, 2019

Marvel's "Captain Marvel" is Brie Larson's introduction to the marvel universe and is the final movie before the highly anticipated "Endgame.""Captain Marvel" hit theaters March 8 and has been destroying...

Author of The Lady from the Black Lagoon, Mallory OMeara discusses the reasons for writing this book at her official book launch at The Last Bookstore in Los Angeles Ca. on March 6th.

To all the monster girls, show them your teeth

March 14, 2019

Three years of endless research have gone into creating the world’s first book about Millicent Patrick, the true creator of the monster from The Creature from the Black Lagoon. On March 5, “The...

Original artwork done by Anali Gomez (@aag_works)

GOO GOO MUCK: What Ya Looking at? Punk.

March 6, 2019

If you are reading this, I’m glad I have gotten your attention. My name is Julissa Villalobos and this is Goo Goo Muck, a newspaper column dedicated to well, you.In Goo Goo Muck, we will be talking...

Bring Me the Horizon released their 6th studio album Amo on the 25 of January. This is the first of their albums to take on a more pop sound.

Metalcore to Pop- Bring me the Horizon’s New Sound

January 30, 2019

Taking a drastic turn, Bring Me the Horizon has released their first pop album, yes dare I say POP album, “Amo” on Jan. 25. Although the desire was a metal album, "Amo" did not disappoint. It delivered. Tarring...

The Fever33 celebrate the drop of their first album, Strength in Numb33rs, by attending the DTLA teachers march on Friday, January 18.

There is a motherfucking FEVER

January 21, 2019

In the mix of a government shut down and over 35,000 LAUSD teachers marching for their students, The Fever333 drops an album that starts a fire, actually a fever in everyone who listens. Let this fever...

DAMAGED, “Punk rock for the new millennium”

November 15, 2017

Shephard Fairey, street artist and founder of OBEY clothing who is most known for his creation of Barack Obama’s “Hope” campaign poster is known for being vocal about politics through...

Non-binary, not a problem

October 26, 2017

California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed bill SB 179, the Gender Recognition Act, that will allow citizens who do not identify as a male or female to have a non-gendered drivers license -- and...

Raja Bhattar, they/them/theirs, works for UCLA to make sure that members of the LGBTQ+ are offered a safe space on campus. Raja expands on how to create safe spaces and make the classroom all gender inclusive.

Cerritos College community learns about gender identity

October 23, 2017

Cerritos College staff, along with a few students, ate lunch in the Student Center on Tuesday, Oct. 17 while being educated on how to provide a safe place for members of the LQBTQ+ community in the classroom...

Women’s Cross Country takes fourth place

October 23, 2017

The Cerritos Women’s Cross Country team took fourth place at the three mile Mt. San Antonio Invitational Saturday, Oct. 14."I think we did pretty well, I think we could've pushed our selves a little...

Climate change is not a new concept

October 2, 2017

There is a special place in hell for the people who do not believe in climate change, especially in present times where we are have hurricane after hurricane, earthquakes and fires. Hurricane Harvey...

Ana Herrera daughter of Veronica Herrera, Cerritos College counselor shows off her traditional Folkórico dress to promote the new Chicano Studies program at Cerritos College.
Current and future students were able to visit the tables and learn about the different majors. Photo credit: Julissa Villalobos

Major fair helps students decide a career path

September 21, 2017

Students and staff set up booths for majors provided at Cerritos College on display for the annual Majors Exploration Fair on Sept. 19. Current and future students were able to visit the tables and learn...

Transfer admissions councilor, Sarah Ruiz, from Azusa Pacific University briefs Brittney Santiago, a first-year psychology major, on how Azusa Pacific stands out from her other college choices. Traditional four-year universities, private universities and art universities answered questions all afternoon about requirements and possibilities for future students. Photo credit: Julissa Villalobos

Four year universities visit Cerritos College

September 18, 2017

More than 60 CSU and UC universities set up camp in Falcon Square on Thursday, Sept. 14 morning for Cerritos College’s annual University Mega Fair. Students on campus showed up to explore the different...

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