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Farm Center celebrates decade of growth

The Pierce College Farm Center turned 10 years old this harvest season. In 2005, the Farm Center hosted its first Halloween Harvest Festival.…

Former professor Henry Lopez dies of respiratory failure

Henry Powers Lopez, a loving husband, father, and teacher taught languages and humanities for 45 years at Pierce College, died Oct. 14, 2014…

Transfer Day and College Fair

Pierce College will host a Transfer Day and College Fair to help students learn more about University of California, California State University and out…

Theater re-opening delayed until spring 2015

Theater re-opening delayed until spring 2015

The renovation of Pierce College’s Performing Arts Building was expected to be finished in 2012, but has been delayed again, this time until…

Day of Politics takes over the Great Hall

Debates about nine scheduled measures ranged from safe drinking water to reduced criminal sentences at the Day of Politics in the Great Hall…

Wi-Fi, cafeteria continue to frustrate

Pierce College faculty and staff articulated diverse opinions about the school’s Wi-Fi connectivity, and its lack of cafeteria vendors. Attitudes ranged from frustration…

ASO Halloween festival moves to the Mall

Halloween is just around the corner, and the Pierce College Associated Students Organization (ASO) is ready to celebrate. The ASO will host a…

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  He walks into the dimly lit theater and there’s a feeling of assurance that he is the director whose name is printed on the poster. His dominating…

A large crowd grew in the stifling Thursday heat, while students restlessly waited to enter the recital hall. Around 1 p.m., the crowd began to shuffle through the…

Los Angeles-based, Persian satellite-television network Royal Time TV will host its third annual Persian Festival to honor Mehregan, an ancient Iranian and Zoroastrian celebration that dates back millennia,…

The NBC hit TV show “Parks and Recreation” recorded a harvest festival themed episode for their seventh and final season at the Pierce College Farm Center on Tuesday, Oct.…

Pierce College will be hosting its second free Science, Imaging and Astronomy Expo for all ages with new exhibits including Zooniverse, several planetarium shows and ending the day’s events…

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Player profile: Cornerback Jay’Onn Myles

The Roundup news profiles Brahma football player Jay’Onn Myles on his experience playing football at a young age from high school to college as well…

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Geology club seeks for the diamond in the rough

With its jagged mountains, blazing volcanoes, arctic glaciers, tectonic plates, and arid deserts, all remote places that the earth and the outdoors possess with many undiscovered rocks. People…

Animal Science, Medicine, and Events bring students together

A red banner displayed across the board reading “Pierce College Veterinary Science Program” in bold white letters, greets a cluster of laughing, mingling students as they enter the…

Former Fright Fest actor becomes managing makeup artist for Pierce College’s Screampark

In a room with blood splattered all across the walls, Michelle De La Cruz aids the man with the bloody, pale, and veiny face who plays just a…

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PHOTO SLIDESHOW: Campus locked down due to possible threat

PHOTO SLIDESHOW: Campus locked down due to possible threat

Pierce College was evacuated on Thursday Oct. 16 after threatening posts were made on Facebook according to Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department and campus officials. The…

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Pierce students attend concert by The Varied Trio

Pierce students attend concert by The Varied Trio

Students crammed into an auditorium atop a hill at the Pierce College campus to get their…

Award-winning artist refines skills at Pierce

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Bicycle and skateboarding lane on the Mall is a must

Bicycle and skateboarding lane on the Mall is a must

The law regarding no bicycling or skateboarding on campus was made not only as a safety…

Antiquated add slips are an annoyance

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