Talon Marks

Faculty Senate | Nov. 25 Part 3

Daniel Linares

December 15, 2014

Faculty Senate gathered around for its Nov. 25 meeting to discuss its guidelines regarding Faculty Senate statements. Interim Police Chief Tom Gallivan also stepped up to speak about campus safety.

Faculty Senate | Nov. 25 Part 2

Daniel Linares

December 15, 2014

Faculty Senate gathered around for its Nov. 25 meeting to discuss its guidelines regarding Faculty Senate statements. Interim Police Chief Tom Gallivan also stepped up to speak about campus safety.

Faculty Senate | Nov. 25 Part 1

Daniel Linares

December 15, 2014

Faculty Senate gathered around for its Nov. 25 meeting to discuss its guidelines regarding Faculty Senate statements. Interim Police Chief Tom Gallivan also stepped up to speak about campus safety.

New member inaugurated, possible pay raises

Denny Cristales, Editor-in-Chief

December 11, 2014

A new member of the board of trustees was inaugurated, along with two others who were re-inaugurated; in addition to talks about third-party media procedures and pay raises for trustee members during the board of trustees meeting Wednesday, Dec. 10 in the board room. This was the final board of trustees...

Academic success with physical education

Monica Gallardo

December 10, 2014

Caffeine may seem like the ideal solution to the busy and sleep deprived, but physical education instructor Debbie Jensen at has launched the PEDAL (Physical Educators for Discipline, Attitude and Learning) Program in hopes of improving student success with the help of physical education. “If you’re...

Professors confused by book prices

Gustavo Lopez, News Editor

December 9, 2014

Dr. Solomon Namala and political science professor Terrence Mullins raised their concerns over the lack of a drop in book prices during the Dec. 2 Faculty Senate meeting. Despite their negotiations with the book publisher, the price in books did not drop, according to Mullins. During the meeting, Mullins a...

Longer Cabinet meetings discussed, Master Plan update given

Jennifer Medina

December 9, 2014

While there was only two items in the last agenda of the semester for student Cabinet members, the Dec. 8 lasted a little over the hour that it usually takes, with a small goodbye from student body President Miles Aiello. During Cabinet, members discussed extending the time of future meeting to an...

Campus Crime Map: Nov. 2014

Campus Crime Map: Nov. 2014

Gustavo Lopez, News Editor

December 5, 2014

Cerritos College crime statistics based on the Daily Crime Log of Campus Police from Nov. 03 through Nov. 25. Hover over the blue icons for more information on the incidents. ...

Longer Senate sessions, budget discussed during Senate meeting

Julien Galvan

December 3, 2014

The ASCC Senate has gathered together once more in BK 111 to discuss various topics regarding the future of Cerritos College on Wed., Dec. 3. Some things were discussed, such as the designation of a new "Commissioner of Nighttime Activities," and even a budget overview and a general assembly overview. A...

Fresh and Natural founded through heritage

Sebastian Aguayo, Staff Writer

December 2, 2014

As Hector Del Toro, manager and cook for both Burrdog and The Bowl (Fresh and Natural), has been at Cerritos College for a month, and he expressed a few thoughts on how it is serving the students. “I love to make people happy,” he said. “I love to make people smile when I cook for them.” Del...

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