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Go Green Task Force advisors and club members worked to bring back local wildlife by planting native plants. The plants were brought in and planted on Feb. 22.

Go Green pushes to reintroduce plant life

March 4, 2019

Changes to the Cerritos College campus continues with Go Green Task Force organization and efforts. The club organized an event...

Jobs available to students interested in ASCC’s recycling nest program

Gildardo Aquino, Staff Writer

August 23, 2014

The Associated Students of Cerritos College (ASCC) are hiring students to join their recycling nest program that pays $12.50 an hour. It was started last year by members of ASCC, who put together The Go-Green Committee as a project to keep Cerritos College green to encourage and promote campus-wide participation in recycling. The role as an employee...

Day two of diversity week at Falcon Square. Students recycled to recieve an eco-friendly plastic cup. Photo credit: Grester Celis-Acosta

Diversity week does not start off on the right foot

April 22, 2014

Diversity Week began this week on Monday, April 21 and will end on Thursday, April 24. It is a four-day event that will have...

Going green for our only home

Denny Cristales, News Editor

January 30, 2014

Going green has had quite a presence as of late, with many initiatives taking place to protect the environment, and the Go Green Committee's recent prominence is an excellent opportunity for students and community members alike to contribute individual ways to go green. It seems going green has been a term thrown around quite loosely, but what doe...

Go Green Committee promotes recycling and jobs

Denny Cristales, News Editor

January 29, 2014

An idea stemming from Geography professor Dr. Crystal LoVetere, the Go Green Committee seeks to create jobs for students, promote environmentalist initiatives, such as recycling, and give back to Cerritos College. Associated Students of Cerritos College president Juan Ramirez and vice president Aldemar Sanchez, will enact the program on campus, as...

New senators get settled as initiatives are discussed in first meeting

Luis Guzman, Associate News Editor

January 16, 2014

Six new senators were appointed in the first Associated Students of Cerritos College Senate meeting of the 2014 spring semester on Wednesday, Jan. 15. The new senators make up of four freshman Eduardo Aponte, Josephine Diaz, Francis Fernandez, Shawn Tung and two sophomores, Earvin Chavez and Yazmin Martinez. Diaz, psychology major, said she h...

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