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Tree fire contained

A fire broke out at about 11 a.m. between Oxnard Street and Wells Lane, less than a mile from Pierce College.   What…

Emergency area part-closed

Pierce College’s largest evacuation zone is still not entirely open for emergency use after being at least partly inaccessible for a period of…

Student Success and Support Program (SSSP) to bring updated services to Pierce

Pierce College’s Student Success and Support Program (SSSP) is one step closer to full implementation after its unanimous approval by the Academic Senate…

Pierce now part of Online Education Initiative’s pilot launch phase

Pierce College was selected to be part of the Online Education Initiative’s (OEI) pilot launch phase, according to Distance Education Coordinator Wendy Bass…

New student success plan passed by Academic Senate

The  Academic Senate unanimously voted for a new student success plan and low enrollment during its first meeting of the Fall 2014 semester…

Sheriff’s respond to incident at the Pierce College Bookstore

An unidentified person was detained by sheriff deputies at the Pierce College Bookstore on The Mall early Monday evening. The Roundup News contacted the campus…

Pierce Football Team’s lockers get sacked

Pierce College’s football team had items stolen from their locker rooms at the field house Wednesday night between 5-7 p.m. according to campus…

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The Pierce College concert series began Thursday, Sept. 25 with two former students performing their solely instrumental music to a full audience. Associate professor James Bergman has been…

Pierce College has always handled outside media within the college, but now the school has a new contract where all outside commercials, movies, and other broadcasting media are…

Pierce College Performing Arts professors and students remain frustrated as the expectation for the opening of the new Performing Arts building comes up short again. According to Michael…

The final round of auditions for the Pierce College fall production of Cabaret were held Saturday afternoon in the North Gym. Gene Putnam, who directed the musical for…

This semester’s Philosopher’s Cabaret brought students together in the Great Hall at Pierce to share their creativity and ideas on the concept of “Pondering the Absurd– A Nonsensical…

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Students respond to bus fare increase

On Monday Sept. 15, the MTA is implementing a fare hike on all bus, subway and light rail lines that will raise one way fares…

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Pierce College journalism professor involved in multiple roles on campus

Jump starting his morning’s at 7:45 a.m. he wakes up prepared to go to work while knowing what could be an 8 to 15 hour shift that consists,…

International students given guidance and aid through a club’s work

The Chelsea Lately Show, Six Flags Magic Mountain, hiking to the Hollywood Sign, and going to the movies are just a few things that the International Students Club…

Theater professor and student travel to New York City for professional experience

From the classroom to the stage, one lucky student has been given the opportunity to help design an off-Broadway production and work with entertainment stars Nick Offerman and…

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PHOTO SLIDESHOW: Montage

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Club 411: We B.U.I.L.D. unites student immigrants

Club 411: We B.U.I.L.D. unites student immigrants

Additional Reporting by Nicolas Heredia   Being a new student at Pierce College can be overwhelming.…

The stars shine bright for the Astronomy Club

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Increased food fees cause budget bane

Pierce College’s lack of options for lunch and recently-raised prices has put students in a tough…

Pierce should try to conserve water

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