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Equine Center provides volunteer certification

Equine Center has organized an evacuation training course with Pierce College where participants will have four days of instruction and be able to…

The crime of copying

The crime of copying

Students are prohibited from taking pictures or making copies of textbooks that have not been purchased, according to a Pierce College Student Store…

California has you covered

California has you covered

From a simple cough to a devastating cold or a few broken bones, students are opting out from visiting the doctor’s office but…

Academic Senate pushes updated tech

Smart classrooms, Canvas and construction headlined Monday’s Academic Senate meeting in the Great Hall. According to the Academic Senate Vice Chair of the…

College Fair Extraordinaire

College Fair Extraordinaire

High school students from across the San Fernando Valley gathered on campus to meet a myriad of college representatives for Pierce’s College Fair…

Parking Permits now required

Parking Permits now required

Tickets on the Pierce College campus will be given to vehicles that do not have a parking permit displayed, as of this past…

Student Services Fair makes better understanding of campus

Student Services Fair makes better understanding of campus

Representatives of Pierce College displayed tents along the Mall on Wednesday Sept. 7 and Thursday Sept. 8 for the Student Services Fair to…

Advisors on campus to answer FAFSA questions

Financial aid advisors are in the Library/Learning Crossroads next to the reference desk Monday through Friday to answer general questions about financial aid.  …

Lunch time got a little more Falafelicious

Students and faculty’s requests for new food options on campus will be answered at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 6 when the food…

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Pierce College’s Faculty Exhibition will be open to the public at the school’s art gallery to show its featured professors for four weeks starting on Thursday, Sept. 22…

Counselor David Turcotte and SFP Program Specialist Ngan Mork engaged students in workshops to prepare them for an upcoming event, Meet the Pros, this Thursday in the Great…

The multi-media speaker series went off with a roaring start, featuring well-known American broadcaster Bill Seward as the first speaker this semester. The Media Arts department’s speaker series…

With the September chill in the air, clubs rush to get organized for their biggest recruiting event of the semester. It is time for Club Rush. Students have…

Colors from the setting sun bleed off the sky until pitch darkness takes its throne and a rising half moon marks the hour for the star party to…

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Diversity Day at Pierce

Pierce College’s student body is rich in diversity, where students from many ethnic and cultural backgrounds come to study. Staff reporter Donna Robles reports on…

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He didn’t sweat the college debt

Devon Coombs rose up from the depth of college debt and has built a stable life for himself without owing a single dime. Coombs began attending Pierce College…

A beauty queen without borders

There are many people who are quick to reduce pageant girls to looks and a crown, but for Jennifer Godoy Lopez, competing as Miss Teen California for the…

A petition for road safety

Monica Galvan, a former student, started an online petition for a turn signal to be placed on Nordhoff between Alabama Ave. and Canoga Ave., where her father was…

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E.N.C.O.R.E The Details are in the Pattern

The E.N.C.O.R.E program offers an opportunity for members of the community to take non-credit quilting classes at Pierce College on Wednesdays and Fridays. Rita Strimer,…

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Distinct voice of dance

Distinct voice of dance

Like singers or poets, choreographers have distinct voices. Get the right group of dance creators in…

The last chapter for London’s greatest fictitious detective

Theatre department delivers a solid performance of the classic play Waiting for Godot

Food Review: Hook Burger

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There’s no line for online

There’s no line for online

Obsolete. That is the best word to describe Pierce College’s late class-adding system. Three weeks have…

Menstruation Frustration

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Pro: Canvas Vs. Moodle

I believe the switch from Moodle to Canvas is one of Pierce’s best improvements in a…

Con: Canvas Vs. Moodle

Tips for crashing classes

Con: Living on campus

Pro: Living on campus


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