Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Samuel Carey

Samuel Carey, Staff Writer

Samuel Carey is a new staff writer for Cerritos College and is very humble to be a part of the team. Samuel also wants to pursue the Radio Broadcasting business when he graduates. Samuel enjoys jazz music and hip-hop culture and continues to speak about it to others.

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Adrian Murphy interview regarding vaccinations

May 24, 2021
Audio interview with Adrian Murphy regarding vaccines and the Black community.

Jasmine Gates interview

May 20, 2021
A discussion on why the vaccine is bad for Black America.
Some parents believe that a spanking or other physical punishment may be necessary to best discipline their child. These parents shouldn't be judged for trying to parent differently from others.

Physical discipline does not always mean abuse

May 19, 2021
Parents have the right to choose whether they vaccinate their children, where they go to school and what they eat. Parents should be free to discipline their children as they see necessary as long as it is in an effort to raise better children.
A large number of people in the African-American community distrust the COVID-19 vaccine. Their suspicion is due to a history of deceit and abuse for the U.S. government and the medical system.

History of medical misconduct causes distrust of COVID-19 vaccine among African-Americans

May 18, 2021
A large number of people in the African-American community distrust the COVID-19 vaccine because of a history of medical misconduct.
The nation eagerly waits to see what the world will look like post-pandemic. As normalcy returns, people need to stop and reflect before settling for the old world that was detrimental to human society. Photo credit: Alan Bloom/Flickr

Has the US learned enough from the pandemic to create the ‘new normal’?

April 22, 2021
As COVID-19 vaccination rates increase and the world starts to re-open, the nation should reflect on what the post-pandemic normal should be. The country has an opportunity to learn from the last year and create a better normal for everyone.
Trans-athlete should have the right to compete as the gender they choose. Politicians and athletes try to pass laws discriminating against the LGBTQ community when their argument has no scientific basis. Photo credit: Mfhelms

Transathletes have the right to compete as the gender they choose

April 1, 2021
Athletes and politicians have advocated for discriminatory rules that prohibit trans-athletes from competing as the gender they choose when there is no scientific basis for their argument.
Many gather to protest against the recent attacks on the Asian American community at the OC Great Park in Irvine on March 20,2021. People hold up

Protect, acknowledge & unite with the Asian American community

March 25, 2021
Ignorance, hate and violence have become frequent towards the Asian American community. Like other marginalized groups, they need to be protected and their voices lifted.
Downey Unified School District plans to reopen in-person learning for grades K-5th on March 29, 2021. They hope to send all grades back to school before the end of the year.

Downey Unified School District reopens in-person learning for elementary schools

March 18, 2021
Downey Unified School District will reopen in-person learning for grades K-5 on March 29. The district is working on the plan to reopen secondary schools later this year.
News outlets have a history of gaslighting stories and creating false narratives. By creating fake news, they confuse their viewers and create distrust in the media. Photo credit: Pixy.org

Media must stop gaslighting and creating false narratives

March 4, 2021
The media continues to gaslight stories and create false narratives, which confuses their viewers. They must stop and report information accurately and unbiasedly.

“The Good Karma” feeds the unhoused on Skid Row in LA

February 13, 2021
The charity "The Good Karma" served 300 meals to the unhoused in Los Angeles' Skid Row on Feb. 10.
The city of Norwalk held a virtual public forum to discuss new programs and for residents to express their issues with the community. The meeting was held on Jan. 29. Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons

Norwalk virtual forum tackles new programs, allows residents to share grievances

January 31, 2021
The Norwalk City Council held a virtual public forum on Jan. 28 to discuss new programs, policy changes and events and gave residents a chance to express their grievances with the community.
Logan Paul arrives at the KIIS-FM's iHeartRadio Jingle Ball at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif., on December 1, 2017. Photo credit: Sthanlee B. Mirador/Sipa USA/TNS

Trolling Youtubers: please stick to making videos, not boxing

January 21, 2021
Youtubers continue to make believe that the boxing ring is a playground. Stick to making fools of yourself online, not in a martial sport.
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