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Bianca Bitches: ‘stop being a little bitch’

Bianca Martinez

April 3, 2018

If you are in your 20s and reading this, then get up and pat your ass, if you don't feel a pamper then grow the fuck up and stop acting like a child with petty ideals.So now that you have gotten your kicks touching your own ass in public, have a seat and take in the advice "Bianca Bitches" is going ...

Internships offer experience, key to the future

Samantha Vasquez

October 12, 2014

You’re an average college student with a great G.P.A. with no job, and the only references you can think of are family and friends. What do you do? At this point, either submit the resume leaving those sections blank and hope for the best, or go out and get some experience and references by...

Cons of having a fraternity at Cerritos College

Zeinab Chahine, Staff Writer

May 14, 2014

The idea of having fraternities at Cerritos College may come to mind for some students, but if students take the times to weigh the pros and cons, they would see clearly that it may not be a good idea. First off, a fraternity would supply students with many opportunities. For example, students can...

School etiquette shouldn’t be a problem

Sebastian Echeverry and Alan Leyva

March 31, 2014

When we think of etiquette we would think most things are common sense, but no that is not always the case at Cerritos College. Certain designated areas like the library and the student center are meant to be used for their purpose and with respect and not for recreation. They are resources we all us as a co...

Coffee can make you live longer

Denny Cristales and Luis Guzman

March 4, 2014

Watch our informational video on coffee. Learn about the harms and benefits that it can have on our bodies.

Chef Ray L. Duey Demonstration

Chef Ray L. Duey Demonstration

Armando Jacobo, Copy Editor

March 4, 2014

Rain didn't stall chef Ray L. Duey’s fruit and vegetable carving demonstration On Saturday, Feb. 28, Cerritos College played host to a demonstration, in the student center, of the culinary art of fruit and vegetable carving by renowned culinary artist, Chef Ray L. Duey. Chef Ray L. Duey is a...

The growing beard trend

Gustavo Olguin, Managing Editor

February 26, 2014

The natural occurrence that is known as facial hair has taken over the world and it seems like that is growing on the people in America. According to Yahoo News, Procter & Gamble, which includes Gillette razors, has been losing sales due to the increased popularity of facial hair among men....

Talon Talks: Valentines Day

Gustavo Olguin and Larissa Morales

February 21, 2014

Gustavo Olguin and his new co-host, Larissa Morales, talk about Valentine's Day, love and money in their first installment of Spring 2014 Talon Talks. Olguin: Hello everyone. It's the first episode of Talon Talks. First one of the semester and as you can see, I have a new co-host. Go ahead and introduce...

FSZ: How do you deal with stress?

Carlos Holguin

February 4, 2014

With students starting to deal with some of the first tests and essays of the semester, the stress levels can start to build up. To give students ideas of ways to calm down and make it through the month, we asked a few students here on campus what they did to calm down. Priscilla Quinones, nutritionist...

Financial Aid process is tedious, but help is available

Financial Aid process is tedious, but help is available

Zeinab Chahine, Staff Writer

February 4, 2014

An estimated 70 percent of students apply for financial aid each year. Some of these students many have problems applying, but the financial aid office has provided four steps to guide students through the financial aid process. Step one is to apply; when applying for financial aid, it’s bes...

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