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One shade of abuse

One shade of abuse

Monica Gallardo, Opinion Editor

February 18, 2015

The controversial film adaptation of E. L. James' "Fifty Shades of Grey" grossed roughly $85 million during its opening weekend,...

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...

Animation major Julia Izquierdo enjoying playing human bingo. She is half way there. Photo credit: Gildardo

K-pop club expands insight on Korean culture

September 18, 2014

The K-pop club is ready to make its club well known and is focusing to bring different events on campus for students to enjoy...

Hip-hop and academia can mix

Grester Celis-Acosta, Opinion Editor

September 13, 2014

When you think of hip-hop, you think of the vulgar music that sometimes doesn’t have any meaning other than sex, drugs and violence. But what if this music could be used in academia to teach a college course such as English? Would it work? Hip-hop music expresses more than just sex, drugs and violence. According to USA Today, in an article...

ISA went ‘global’ during Diversity Week

Grester Celis-Acosta, Associate Opinion Editor

May 1, 2014

Diversity Week continued throughout the rest of last week with Global Village on Wednesday, April 23 and free sandwiches given out on Thursday, April 24. Global Village was a day where different clubs at Cerritos College represented a certain foreign country. A total of 23 clubs were scheduled to have a booth, but not all of them attended. Each club ga...

Slideshows: Global Village 2014

Gustavo Lopez, Copy Editor

April 30, 2014

Cerritos College clubs participated during the spring semester Global Village event to showcase different cultures. ...

The struggles of an immigrant student

Zeinab Chahine, Staff Writer

April 11, 2014

Many immigrant students at Cerritos College, or also known as international students, come from many different countries and unfortunately, getting into school and being able to stay in school is much harder for them than it is for national students. It is difficult for International students to get by without the help from the Cerritos College staff. For...

Reina Williams, Cosmetology major,is getting a caricature of her grandmother who is dying of cancer. Williams wants a caricature of her grandmother before she was stricken with cancer

Valentines Day comes early to Falcon Square

February 15, 2014

Instead of singing serenades, like the Kabarkada Club advertised on Facebook, it decided to sell caricatures at their Valentine's Day b...

Day of the Dead informs on cultures

Denny Cristales, Sports Editor

November 5, 2013

According to English major Mirella Garcia, who is affiliated with the Puente Club and displayed Mexican culture during the event, the Cerritos College Day of the Dead event was structured to inform about different cultures’ customs concerning death. The event was hosted by the Anthropology Club in Falcon Square Thursday, Oct. 31 and had various...

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