Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

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Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Nicholas Johnson

Nicholas Johnson, Staff Writer

Hello, my name is Nick Johnson and I am a staff writer for Talon Marks. My major is journalism and the area of journalism that interests me is media and society journalism. The type of job I hope to have one day is being on TV as a host for entertainment such as E News!

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Top Chef starts 15th season off great

December 14, 2017

Top Chef returned for their 15th season on Dec. 7 on Bravo.The Judges are:Tom Chef, who has appeared in every season and serves as the head judge who makes the final decision.Gail Simmons, who has been...

Knightfall is a must see

December 14, 2017

Knightfall is a new series that premiered on Dec. 6 on History.The full time cast features:Tom Cullen as Larry, who is the leader of the Knights Templar and a veteran of the Crusades.Sam Hazeldine as Godfrey,...

Black Ink Crew is back and better than ever

December 14, 2017

Black Ink Crew: New York returned for their 6th season on Dec. 6 on VH1.The full time cast features:Ceasar Emanuel: The only original cast member is known for Dutchess Lattimore's ex-boyfriend and a fling...

Professor of Business Administration Jianli Hu went over the aspects of Giant in China. International student week happens every year in November. Photo credit: Nicholas Johnson

Students learn about e commerce in China

November 20, 2017

Professor of Business Administration Jianli Hu hosted a lecture about the e-commerce in China and the aspects of it as well. She went over Alibaba, which plays a part in the e-commerce of China, where...

Director of Student Services Program, Norma Rodriguez explained how Chicano Studies is important to society. Chicano Studies can prepare students for different careers as well. Photo credit: Nicholas Johnson

Students learned about Chicano Studies

November 20, 2017

Foreign Language Instructor Carlos Arce hosted a Chicano Studies lecture for students who are interested in pursuing Chicano Studies as a degree. Norma Rodriguez, Director of Students Services went...

Victor Campos, vice president of engineering at Sabio, explained to the student the different perspectives about coding. There will be three more coding workshops only on Tuesdays. Photo credit: Nicholas Johnson

Students learn about the basics of coding

November 9, 2017

Software engineers Dahara Patet and Carlos Ayala-Gonzalez, hosted a coding workshop that went over different types of coding on Tuesday, Nov. 7.They explained that Sabio is a coding program that has certain...

Real Housewives of Atlanta starts the season off great with fresh storylines

November 7, 2017

The Real Housewives of Atlanta returned for their 10th season on Nov. 5th. on Bravo.The full time cast features six women:NeNe Leakes, who is an original cast member, starred on this show the first, then...

Counselor Tracy Ukita goes over six main groupings. Career Cafe happens once a month. Photo credit: Nicholas Johnson

Students grouped according to personality at Career Cafe

November 4, 2017

Counselors Tracy Ukita, Shannon Estrada and Rose Vasquez hosted Career Cafe for students.The meeting took place on Oct. 30th and only four students attended.Ukita went over the classification system by...

Goalie Ivanna Tostado is throwing the ball toward her teammates. Falcons win with a final score of 16-0. Photo credit: Nicholas Johnson

Women’s water polo defeats LA Trade Tech

October 29, 2017

The women’s water polo faced off with LA Trade Tech. Attackers Joanna Joson and Lizbeth Gomez scored the first two points in the first two minutes of the match.The first match ended with a score...

English Professor, JaNet Danielo, goes over the importance of LGBTQ month. LGBTQ has writers who are not well known or important. Photo credit: Nicholas Johnson

Students express their feelings and emotions about LGTBQ+ at writer’s night

October 29, 2017

English Professors Ja’Net Danielo and Erin Cole had a LGBTQ writer’s showcase to celebrate LGBTQ writers.Students had to sign up in order to read their own work or an LGBTQ writer’s piece.The...

Madea’s Boo 2 is a must see

October 25, 2017

“Madea’s Boo 2”, was one of the funniest and iconic halloween movies that everyone has wanted to see, came out Oct. 21. The film, a comedy-horror film directed and written by Tyler Perry,...

Leo Lopez, financial aid technician, goes over the steps on how to apply for FAFSA. The deadline to apply for FAFSA is March 2. Photo credit: Nicholas Johnson

Financial Aid Fair informs students of FAFSA applications

October 13, 2017

The Financial Aid Department had their annual Financial Aid Awareness Fair to promote the 2018-19 school year FAFSA and answer general questions about financial aid.The event took place in front of the...

RHONJ new season premiere kicks off to a great start

October 9, 2017

The Real Housewives of New Jersey returned for it’s eighth season that premiered on Wednesday, Oct. 4.The full time cast features five women:Teresa Giudice, who starred on this show in season one...

Randy Lee, counselor, is helping students with choosing their best interests for their major. Students are searching for different websites that is related to their major. Photo credit: Nicholas Johnson

Counselors guide students choosing a major, providing options

September 29, 2017

Cerritos College counselor, Tracy Ukita, held the Choosing A Major workshop to help students choose a major on Sept. 27th.Only five students showed up to this workshop.The workshop was for students who...

Both teams Rio Hondo and Cerritos College during a timeout. Head coach Sergio Macias talking to players about the next steps to take during the game. Photo credit: Scarled Murillo

Women’s water polo finish off strong

September 23, 2017

The women's water polo team had its first home game on Wednesday, Sept. 20 against Rio Hondo College Attackers Elisa Prohroff and Isabella Sierra scored the first two points in three minutes of the match....

Falcon Mia Ramirez is kicking the ball towards the field. The game ended with Falcons winning 7-1. Photo credit: Nicholas Johnson

Women’s soccer wins first game

September 19, 2017

The Falcons Women's Soccer team had their first home game on Tuesday, Sept. 12 against San Diego Miramar College. Having won the state championship five consecutive years and ranked top 10 in the state...

Cerritos College Bookstore risks failing due to inflation

September 17, 2017

The college should lower prices if they want to keep customers and business.Everyone always wonders why Cerritos College textbooks cost so much and why they can’t make it more affordable.Because...

Transfer Center Counselors aid students with UC applications

September 5, 2017

Cerritos College Transfer Center Counselor Marvelina Graf held a University of California (UC) Workshop in Business Education room 117 to help students fill out UC applications for the fall of 2018.Graf...

Hitman’s Bodyguard gets great reviews

August 22, 2017

“The Hitman’s Bodyguard” -the most talked-about movie came out this past weekend, which is an American action comedy film directed by Patrick Hughes and written by Tom O’Connor,...

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