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Simple Cut Meals: ‘Enticing and Tasty’

Simple Cut Meals: ‘Enticing and Tasty’

Jasmine Martinez

December 14, 2018

“Don’t be scared of taking action now because a lot of people wait it out and they plan and they plan and they talk themselves out of it,” said Andres Perez. Vice Presidents of Phi Beta Lambda and Alpha Gamma Sigma, Perez and Alex Ochoa, decided to kick-start their venture “Simple Cut Me...

NASA Internship Debate for Undocumented Students Still Ongoing

NASA Internship Debate for Undocumented Students Still Ongoing

John Chavez

April 18, 2018

The Associated Students of Cerritos College senate once again were presented with legislation for the Arduino Internship Opportunity, where the debate regarding undocumented student's participation resurfaced. This is the second time the legislation to increase funding to the NASA California Space Gra...

Candidates happy with 2018 election results despite voter turnout

Jasmine Martinez

April 10, 2018

Unopposed candidates, Kawthar “Kathy” Azzam and Christopher Rodriguez have been elected as new Associated Students of Cerritos College president and vice president. Philip Herrera was elected as student trustee. Azzam and Rodriguez gathered 79 out of 94 votes total from the student body.Azza...

The need of student representation at ICC

The need of student representation at ICC

Carlos Martinez

April 3, 2018

Club leaders and representatives met up for the monthly Interclub Council meeting to address the upcoming issue of student representation as well as upcoming events in the second half of the spring semester. With the end of the academic year gettinng closer and the prescence of finishing all of the ac...

iFalcon Club focuses on fundraising and student success

Monica Gallardo, Opinion Editor

February 14, 2015

About 10 students learned about iFalcon’s campus participation and fundraising priority during its first meeting on Feb. 12 at Learning Center 133. After learning about the clubs participation in campus events such as an improv show, Falcon Games and the spring festival, attendees mingled with pizza...

ASCC working to find free bus transport

Michael Garcia, Staff Writer

January 19, 2015

Cerritos College students may be able to ride the local buses to and from school free of charge. Dean of Student Services Gilbert Contreras discussed a program in the ASCC Cabinet meeting held Jan. 12. He explained the program would allow eligible students to have access to buses free of charge. “...

Undocumented students should be able to receive financial aid

Gustavo Lopez

October 27, 2014

Undocumented students should receive financial aid – pure and simple. Students with financial aid will probably never know the struggle of trying to pay for books, food and transportation (gas or bus). It’s not easy not being able to legally work AND go to school – full-time or even part-time. According...

Commencement: List of Graduates 2014

Commencement: List of Graduates 2014

May 13, 2014

Cerritos College Commencement ceremony will be on Saturday, May 17 at 5 p.m. in Falcon Stadium Read More »...

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...

Spring Festival 2014 begins

Luis Guzman, Associate News Editor

April 1, 2014

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