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The Umoja Success Program prepares a college student care-package filled with a binder, notebook and miscellaneous school supplies on Sept. 10. Photo credit: Daniel Suarez Jr.

Umoja’s Success Program drive-thru giveaway provides supplies for students

September 17, 2020

Faculty are finding ways to stay connected with students as Cerritos is staying closed in the Spring semester.

View from the South side of the new Performing Arts Center. Construction has been underway for more than a year after breaking ground on Mar. 6.

Performing Arts Center construction ‘still on schedule,’ set to open Fall 2021

September 11, 2020

The $80 million facility is a major upgrade for the theater, film and music programs at Cerritos College.

Students were given time to discuss a range of topics pertaining to stress and anxiety. Photo credit: Geralt from Pixabay

Students vent and de-stress with Teal Table Talks

September 4, 2020

In a time of isolation and despair, Cerritos College's Teal Table Talks is a forum for its students to talk about difficult subjects.

Mural by Chris Chanyang Shim (@royyaldog) ocated at 800 E. 4th St., Los Angeles, CA 90013

The Black Mamba Lives On

August 26, 2020

"Mamba Week" celebrates the life and career of Kobe Bryant and the undeniable impact he had on the sports world.

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.

Cerritos College is introducing a new transfer degree in Filmmaking, Television, and Electronic Media. The degree will prepare students for an ever changing media landscape.

Fine Arts and Communication brings new multimedia degree to light

May 17, 2020

Beginning Fall 2020, Cerritos College students may apply for the new AS-T degree in Film, Television and Electronic Media.

Joshua Rivedal was invited by Cerritos College Health Services to peak to students. He addressed some mental health myths during “How to Live Mentally Well and Crush it” Webinar, May 12.

Joshua Rivedal teaches Cerritos College students how to ‘live mentally well and crush it’

May 17, 2020

Cerritos College Health Services has been hosting webinars to help students adapt to COVID-19 changes.

Cerritos professors reflect on the move to online-only

Cerritos professors reflect on the move to online-only

May 12, 2020

How did they do it and what lessons have they learned themselves?

Dance students use Zoom to adapt to the rhythm of quarantine

Samuel Macias, dance major, has been dancing from home due to COVID-19. He finds a space at his home to take his zoom dance classes. Photo credit: Courtesy of Samuel Macias

Rocio Valdez, Arts and Entertainment Editor

May 10, 2020

Dancing from home has been challenging for professors and students of the Cerritos College dance department.

The May 6th Board of Trustees meeting saw a lengthy discussion on the options for the Fall 2020 semester. The Board agreed to keep the school online for the health and safety reasons.

Cerritos will continue online learning into the fall semester

May 10, 2020

The decision will keep all lecture classes online but exempt certain laboratory classes.

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