Talon Marks

California Gov. Gavin Newsom speaks during a news conference at the California justice department on September 18, 2019 in Sacramento, California. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images/TNS)

Healthcare and school budgets slashed as Newsom calls upon federal government for aid

May 18, 2020

Due to projected billion-dollar decreases in budget, Newsom states "the enormity of the task at hand cannot just be borne by a state."

Gordita Eateries: The Marketplace Grill Cafe

Focaccia chicken panini served with seasonal fruit and their natural cut potatoes.

Rebecca Aguila, Manging Editor

February 25, 2020

We’re back at it again with a new segment of Gordita Eateries. My goal this year is to keep my food column as close to home...

10 runs in the first two innings by Santa Ana proves too much for the Falcons

10 runs in the first two innings by Santa Ana proves too much for the Falcons

February 25, 2020

The first two innings of the men’s baseball game proved to be too much for the Falcons to overcome in their defeat at the hands...

Fire doesn't discriminate, wealth does

Fire doesn’t discriminate, wealth does

November 5, 2019

California is seeing its first snow, in the form of ash and soot. The wildfires we are facing are a result of corporate greed as...

Photo credit: Sofia Gallegos

Why Angelinos should give a ‘dam’

February 27, 2019

In past years ice caps have began to resonate back to their liquid state and sea levels are infinitely rising due to climate change. Climate...

California ‘to the rescue’ on sexual harassment protection

Eunice Barron

October 3, 2018

TM Eunice Barron California could be the first state to call for action against sexual harassment if five bills are passed. These are the five critical bills that could benefit the workplace especially from any harassment incidents in the future. Governor Jerry Brown is expected to sign five bills: AB 1870, SB 224, SB 1343, SB 1300 and AB 3080. According to the Los Ange...

Cutting California with caution

Talon Marks Editorial Board

March 10, 2014

Venture Capitalist, Tim Drapper, has pushed a proposal to divide California into 6 different states in order to save California from collapsing as a state. Considering the fact that Drapper needs about 800,000 signitures in order to get this proposal on the ballet as soon as November, there is a possibilitiy that this won't happen. There is also...

Cerritos College to host State Championships

Denny Cristales, News Editor

March 4, 2014

Through unanimous votes from community colleges, Cerritos College will begin its first of two straight years in hosting the basketball State Championships at the Falcon Gymnasium from March 14 to 16. Hosting the tournament is a two-year cycle, and it rotates every two years between community colleges from north and south. The cycle is in its south sta...

‘There Ought to be a Law’ encourages student ideas

Alexandra Scoville, Editor in Chief

January 16, 2014

Assemblymember Christina Garcia (D-Bell Gardens) has introduced a contest called "There Ought to be a Law" into the 58th district, which is open to anyone who wants to submit an idea regarding a new law that could be passed. A winner will be chosen and flown to Sacramento to meet with committees and learn the process of creating and approving legislation. The...

'The Walking Dead' Podcast: Episode 4

‘The Walking Dead’ Podcast: Episode 4

November 7, 2013

The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 4: Indifference Podcast Talon Marks staff reviews, analyzes, and talks about the latest '...

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