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Virus infects Library / Learning Center computers for second semester in row

Computers in the Library / Learning Center have been infected with a virus similar to last semester’s infection, according to signage in the…

Stadium, north of Mall construction updates are top priorities at PCC meeting

Construction updates were the highlight of Thursday’s Pierce College Council meeting, with news of the stadium, fiber optics and North of Mall presented…

Incident Report, April 8 – 15

Incident Report, April 8 – 15

4/15—Petty Theft An iPad Mini was stolen from the Library / Learning Crossroads at about noon. 4/14—Arrest A suspect was arrested at around…

#Piercewire, April 22

#Piercewire, April 22

Correction, April 24: Getty publicist Amy Hood will speak Thursday, April 30. The date was incorrectly listed as April 20 in print and in the…

Student government candidates hold forum, debate

The Associated Students Organization held a candidate forum Thursday April 16, followed by a debate in the ASO office. The ten candidates made…

Faculty to vote in Academic Senate race, election of new president begins

The last day for full-time faculty members to submit Academic Senate presidential election ballots is Friday. Anna Bruzzese, associate professor of sociology and…

ASO, trustee ballots open, student government to get four new faces

Ballots close Thursday in Pierce College’s student government election to determine which candidates will take over key positions in the Associated Student Organization.…

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Art will imitate life as racial inequality is examined when Los Angeles Pierce College Theater presents To Kill a Mockingbird, which opens on Friday May 1. The Pulitzer…

The Martha Graham Dance Company held its first performance at the Valley Performing Arts Center at California State University, Northridge on Saturday, April 18. A limited amount of…

The Pierce College Thursday Concert series returned last week after issues with funding earlier this year caused the program to be put on hold. The concerts, which have…

Whether it be stand-up comedy or heart-felt poetry, the Pierce College Open-Mic Night hosted a number captivating performances for the student body, faculty and the community as well.…

Comfort food comes in all shapes and sizes. Laurel Ollstein’s play “Cheese” premieres at Pierce on Friday, March 27 in the newly restored Performance Arts Building. The dark…

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Behind The Print: Doing Double Duty

Lynn Rosado and Megan Moureaux step into the fall semester doing double duty as Journalism 202 students and Editors of The Roundup News. Rosado and…

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Professor’s approach connects physics with nature

Armed with creativity and a holistic approach, professor Michelle Meyer tries to make an intimidating subject relatable to students. Meyer has taught at Pierce College since spring 2003,…

ASL teachers collaborate to sign

A collision of two worlds is made possible by Kathy Goodson and Stephanie Durand, who co-teach American Sign Language by splitting the pay rate. Durand and Goodson offer Pierce…

P.A.C.E. director inspires with academic journey to success

Many adults wish they could have graduated from college and received a degree, but juggling their careers, family and personal lives seems like a circus act they would…

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PHOTO ESSAY: Student stewards of the farm

PHOTO ESSAY: Student stewards of the farm

Pierce College has had a rich agricultural history since it was founded in 1947. Through the years, signs of a campus once rich in farmland…

Reviews View all

Food Review: Hook Burger

Food Review: Hook Burger

The dimmed lighting and bar-like atmosphere of Hook Burger allows for the burger experience of a…

Food Review: Big Mama’s and Papa’s Pizza

Food Review: Futaba Japanese Restaurant

Food Review: Mendocino Farms

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Never-ending construction conundrum

Never-ending construction conundrum

Pierce College and construction. The two go hand-in-hand. It has come to a point where the…

Withdrawal dates in need of reform

Opinion View all

Con: Traffic fines to proportional income

When someone receives a ticket for parking, speeding or any traffic violation, he or she will…

Pro: Traffic Fines Proportional To Income

Pro: Teachers using Social Media outlets for class

Con: Teachers using Social Media outlets for class

Con: Mandatory Voting


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