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Pierce College’s charity considers laying off employee to save money

The board of the charitable arm of Pierce College is considering laying off an employee to save funds. The Board of Directors for…

Spring 2014 graduation date changed

The date for the spring 2014 graduation ceremony has changed from Wednesday, June 11 to Tuesday, June 10 due to scheduling conflicts with…

Foundation for Pierce College threatened by financial woes

The future of the nonprofit organization of Pierce College is uncertain due to a lack of funds, which will result in an emergency…

Job fair helps students discover work opportunities

Job fair helps students discover work opportunities

More than 500 students and members of the Pierce College community brought their job searches to the campus for the Career and Transfer…

Pierce Farm Center gives excess produce to charity group

The Pierce College Farm Center is partnering again this year with the non-profit organization Meeting Each Need with Dignity (MEND) to donate food…

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Pierce students sang their hearts out to raise funds for choir and music classes at the college on Saturday. Several people attended the Philharmonic Choir of Pierce College…

Armed with dog treats, a squeaky toy and leash, a volunteer enters the West Valley Animal Shelter kennel area on their Saturday day off. Ellen Zuckerman works in…

The Pierce College Art Gallery opened its doors with an Asian flair using paper lanterns, tatami mats and floor pillows to present hundred-year-old woodblock prints, from the Edo…

The Los Angeles Pierce College (LAPC) Theater’s spring production of “Incorruptible” opened quickly and kept up the pace throughout the show with its energetic action, snappy jokes and…

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Behind the Print: Issue 4

Behind the Print is an inside look into the Roundup newspaper. This episode the newsteam makes deadline for Issue 4. We also get an inside…

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Shoe drives to save soles

With just a pen and a paper and a passion for giving back to the community, two high school students came together and created an organization called Happy…

Put on your Boots and Saddle up

Whinnies and neighs abound, marking the area where Pierce College’s horses are kept and cared for by one of the clubs on campus. Among the horses that call…

Pierce Academic Outreach encourages achievement

High school is hard enough as it is: pimples, week-long relationships and learning how to drive are the usual hardships for the “typical student,” but that doesn’t seem…

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STREET BEAT: How students master midterms

Pierce students react to how they prepare for midterms.…

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F.A.S.T cars shared at automotive show

From shiney custom cars to beaters only for transport, the Future Automotive Service Technicians (F.A.S.T.) club…

Passion for movies bring diverse group together in the Film Club.

Students starstruck by the universe

Fitness club building strength on campus

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Cash starved students struggle with added expenses

Cash starved students struggle with added expenses

Classes at Pierce College are less expensive than most university courses, which is why a lot…

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