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Campus Connection - April 17, 2017

  • Festival of Asiad
  • Festival of Asian Cultures Coming to Cerritos College April 19!


    The Festival of Asian Cultures at Cerritos College will bring together community and diverse cultures. To celebrate the various cultures of Asia, the event will showcase performances, activity booths, workshops, free food, giveaways and prizes. Performances include Chinese folk dance, a lion dance, martial arts. The event program will be posted to Daily Falcon. Stay tuned! Link to the full story about the Festival of Asian Cultures

  • Festival of Asia
  • Men's Tennis Conference Awards Go to the Falcons
    by John Van Gaston


    Sasha Krasnov and Nikita Katsnelson won their second consecutive South Coast Conference doubles championship when they defeated teammates Aleks Trifunovic and James Zhang, 8-3 on Monday. It was a rematch of last year's conference championship match... Link to the full story about Falcon tennis (external link)

  • Falcon heptathlon athletes
  • Women's Track & Field Record set at SoCal Heptathlon Championships

    by John Van Gaston

    Continuing to improve each time she competes in the heptathlon, Cerritos College sophomore Juanita Webster (Redlands HS) won the Southern California Heptathlon Championship on April 5 for the second year in a row and set a school record along the way. Link to the full story about women's heptathlon (external link) Webster broke another school record over the weekend (external link). 

  • Ian Calderon and students
  • Pizza & Politics with Majority Leader Ian Calderon Raise Political Awareness


    Assembly Majority Leader Ian Calderon visited campus for the first Pizza and Politics event on Tuesday, April 11. Calderon provided an update on the state assembly and answered student questions regarding immigration, college tuition, etc. The event helped raise political awareness among participating students and get involved in issues that matter to them. The event was the first in the series. The Majority Leader plans to return to Cerritos College for another student dialogue.

  • InSight Cover
  • Spring 2017 Edition of InSight Now Available!


    InSight, Cerritos College's community publication, is produced by the Public Affairs Office and is mailed to residents of the district each semester. Call x2287 if you would like additional copies! View the latest Spring 2017 edition.  An archive of past issues of InSight is available at

  • Vet Netd
  • Join the Vet Net Ally on May 5


    The new Vet Net Ally Committee invites you to attend the first half-day Vet Net Awareness seminar with trainer Dr. Marshall Thomas, Director and Creator of the Vet Net Ally Program, Cal State Long Beach. The seminar focuses on the needs and concerns of military service members and student veterans.  At the end of the seminar, participants are given a decal to display their allyship to campus veterans and active service members. May 5, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. RSVP to Monica Acuna

  • Women's History Month
  • Women's History Month Events Continue


    Women's History Month presents "The politics of gender equality in elementary education" seminar on Tuesday, April 18, 9:30 - 10:45 a.m. in SS 137. The presentation features Dr. Veronica Bloomfield, Ph.D. Chapman University, Adjunct Professor-CSULA, and Lynwood School District administrator. Join us! Link to the Women's History Month event flyer

  • It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues
  • It Ain’t Nothin’ But The BLUES Coming to Cerritos College Theatre


    The musical revue It Ain’t Nothin’ But The Blues tells the history and evolution of the Blues music, how it began from African beats and rhythms and what is now known as “traditionals.” Without the blues, there would be no modern country & Western, rhythm & blues, rock and roll, hip hop or rap. The musical features some of the most famous and celebrated songs in the history of the blues movement... Link to the full story about It Ain’t Nothin’ But The Blues








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Shared Governance Committee Meetings: April 17 - 21

Tuesday, April 18
10 a.m. - Outstanding Classified Employee Selection (HR Conference Room)
11 a.m. - Facilities Planning (Board Room)
11 a.m.  - Academic Affairs (CTX Conference Room)
11 a.m. - Hiring Standards (BE 118)
2 p.m. - Developmental Education (LC 62)
3 p.m. - Instructional Program Review (SS 140)

Wednesday, April 19
1 p.m. - Safety (LC 62)

Thursday, April 20
2 p.m. - Planning and Budget (Board Room)


*Meeting date may change. Please contact committee chairs to confirm meeting schedule. List of committees
Committee Chairs, please notify us when your meeting schedule changes from your committee webpage.


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