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Public address system in works

Vice President of Administrative Services Rolf Schleicher said Pierce College has put funding into a bond to add  a public address system to…

Incident Report, Nov 4 – 13

Incident Report, Nov 4 – 13

11/13—Bike Theft  A bicycle was stolen from a bike rack near VLGE 8037 around 8:40 a.m. when its cable lock was cut. 11/12—Student…

News Briefs – week of Nov. 19

Family, friends protest fatal shooting of Pierce student [Nov. 15] Family and friends of 22-year-old Pierce College student Josue Fuentes gathered in Van…

Staff to discuss Ebola readiness

Microbiologist and Pierce College professor Margarethe Cooper will lead an Ebola readiness event called Dispelling Myths About Ebola on Nov. 20, at 4:30…

Head project manager explains revised construction plans

The Pierce College Master Plan for construction projects north of the campus Mall has been updated and the planned media arts building will…

Festival encourages diversity

From lines of Iranian vendors and loud Persian music, to dozens of picnickers and overcrowded dance floors, Pierce College was transformed into a…

Student Health Center orders extra flu vaccines

UPDATED: Nov. 13, 10:46 a.m. Vaccines cost $10, and are available at the Student Health Center by appointment at (818) 710-4270. Pierce College…

Arts and Entertainment View all

Voted best pizza in the San Fernando Valley for 2012-2013 is Vincenzo’s Pizza, a cozy, hole in the wall pizzeria that can easily be passed by anyone driving…

At the top of Pierce College, across from Lot 5, Shepard Stadium and the cross country course, the rustling sound quieted at the flick of a switch. The…

Clicking saddle boots and upbeat country music echoed in the Pierce College Equestrian Center as over 40 breeds of horses walked, trotted and galloped in front of an…

Slanging Corea is quickly becoming a force in the food truck business not only in the San Fernando Valley, but throughout Los Angeles County.   However, Slanging Corea…

Dressed in a long black gown, Ji Young An mesmerized the audience with her passionate performance as the violin bow controlled and moved her body to every note…

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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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FAST Club fixes to produce well-rounded automotive technicians

Fast doesn’t just mean speed for the Pierce College FAST Club, though it certainly is an important quality for the members as they build and repair motor vehicles.…

Pierce gets its first sports club for men and women

From the various clubs offered to students on campus the Rugby club has become one of the first and only sports clubs registered at Pierce College. Club president,…

American Sign Language Club brings awareness on campus

Silently speaking with the movement of their hands as their figures glide in an effortless transition from one word or phrase to another, the American Sign Language (ASL)…

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…

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Putting a new spin on an age old art

Putting a new spin on an age old art

With art comes mess, a seemingly golden rule in any form. There are certainly no exceptions when making ceramics. Dating as early as 25,000 B.C.,…

Reviews View all

“For This Moment Alone” Review

“For This Moment Alone” Review

    A booming voice fills the room with emotions ranging from despair to anguish, as…

Pierce students attend concert by The Varied Trio

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Speech should not be limited on campus

Colleges, universities and other establishments of higher education are meant to be places where the exchange…

Student safety after night classes is concerning

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