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Manuel De Leon taught at Cerritos College for about 40 years before retiring in 1987. According to his daughter, Marita, the campus was like a second home to him. Photo credit: Courtesy of Marita De Leon

Remembering her ‘greatest gift,’ her dad

May 21, 2020

In this heartfelt interivew, Marita De Leon expresses the impact left behind by her father the late Manuel De Leon, a former Cerritos College arts professor.

Digital painting by Samuel Roque. Digital portraits and film translate to Zoom better than other physical mediums. Photo credit: Samuel Roque

Cerritos College’s first online Student Art Exhibit goes live this week

May 19, 2020

The online catalog will debut on May 22 and features 'the best our students are producing.'

Artist Karim Shuquem crafted a series of boxes each different from one another and stacked in a non specific formation.

Art piece ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’ is neither completed or fixed

January 20, 2019

The Fine Arts building gallery kicked off the new semester with Die Kunstkammer (Cabinet of Curiosities), a new window dressing installation,...

Long Beach shows their Big heARTs

Lauren Torres, Staff Writer

February 15, 2015

Skateboards, paintings, photographs, and even bark art (sculptures made of tree bark and nails) were all collectively present at ‘The Big heART’ show at the Long Beach Skate shop on Friday, Feb. 13. The Big heART benefit, sponsored by the Rose Park Neighborhood Association, brought local artists, the public, skaters, and creative types together...

Free casting space available at Hollywood studio

Free casting space available at Hollywood studio

January 21, 2015

If you’re an independent filmmaker or aspiring actor/actress, then Hollywood Casting and Film (HCandF) is the place for you...

Top 12 TV shows of the year

Samantha Vasquez, Opinion Copy Editor

December 10, 2014

1. Breaking Bad, No longer airs Whether it's the acting, production, or the storyline, everything about this show is astounding. The show follows the life of chemistry professor, Walter White, after he develops lung cancer and begins selling methamphetamine with his former student, Jesse Pinkman, as they encounter violence run-ins with drug lo...

One Minute Review | Big Hero 6 Vs Interstellar

November 27, 2014

During this weeks One Minute Review Carlos Holguin has special guest Daniel Linares, debating whether Big Hero 6 is better than...

Master Chief Collection really is ‘legendary’

November 19, 2014

During the Microsoft press conference at E3 of 2014, 343 industries took the stage to make a special announcement. "Halo: The...

‘Advanced Warfare’ takes risks that make game fun

Grester Celis-Acosta, Opinion Editor

November 19, 2014

  November is here again, and for most gamers that means it is Call of Duty season. This year Activision released its newest version on the blockbuster shooter called Call of Duty Advanced Warfare. And I've got to say, this game is a ton of fun. This newest Call of Duty brings many necessary changes to a franchise that has been critici...

Film festival starts off International Education Week

Carlos Holguin, Staff Writer

November 19, 2014

Hosted in conjunction with the International Student Association, International Student Services, and sponsored by the Student Government, Cerritos College began an International Film Festival to correlate with International Education Week. A week long celebration dedicated to diversity and the difference between other cultures, from Monday through...

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