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Falcons fly by Compton College and into No. 1 conference slot

Michael Reza

February 7, 2019


Filed under Basketball, Men's Sports, Sports

The Cerritos College men’s basketball team capped off its third win in a row after facing off against Compton College Jan 30.This win puts them at 3-0 in the conference and back in the driver’s seat in first place. This was another large margin victory for the Falcons beating Comp...

Men’s basketball drops final game of the regular season at Long Beach City College

Men’s basketball drops final game of the regular season at Long Beach City College

Jah-Tosh Baruti

February 24, 2018


Filed under Basketball, Men's Sports, Sports

Falcons men’s basketball loses a back and forth game at Long Beach City College, 75-69 in the regular season finale.Cerritos College men's basketball team had been on fire, winning 10 straight games--while also keeping its conference record squeaky clean at 9-0. The team finished off the regular season...

Court meeting shines light on future topics

Court meeting shines light on future topics

Yasmin Cortez, Staff Writer

January 13, 2015


Filed under News, Student Government

ASCC Judicial Court held their first meeting of the semester Jan. 13 in room BK-111. The meeting included recaps of the Student Leadership conference, a presentation given by Daniel Gomez about the details of the Brown Act and parliamentary procedures, and updates about the ASCC Constitution Ta...

Men’s soccer faces local rivals in second conference game

Sebastian Echeverry

October 3, 2014


Filed under Men's Sports, Soccer, Sports

The men's soccer team's victory against East Los Angeles College on Tues., Sept. 30, was a win in the books for the conference title. Now the Falcons hit the road and venture off to play local rivals Long Beach City College for the second game in the conference campaign. Captain midfielder Jose...

Professors, students take part in CTX and iFalcon conference

Professors, students take part in CTX and iFalcon conference

Gustavo Lopez, News Editor

September 21, 2014


Filed under News

Michael Wesch, during his presentation at the Center for Teaching Excellence and iFalcon conference, outlined a project he had his anthropology students do. The project consisted of pairing up with someone who was on the opposite spectrum of their personal beliefs and ideologies. Each pair of students...

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