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Officials praise campus safety, construction progress

Campus safety updates, including the appointment of a new night shift deputy, were announced at Thursday’s Pierce College Council meeting. Vice President of…

Farm after Shapiro

Leland Shapiro, former chair of the Agriculture and Natural Resources department, has said major changes by the college to the management of the…

Hot Pierce-suit

Hot Pierce-suit

Students went about their business as usual during another one of Pierce College’s typically slow Fridays unaware that just down Winnetka Avenue LAPD…

Blatigenous Club holds “Trans Lives Matter” demonstration

More than 20 people gathered with the Blatigenous Club of Pierce College at a “Trans Lives Matter” demonstration Wednesday in the free speech zone…

Students donate blood

Alpha Pi Delta, the Pierce College chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society, organized a Red Cross blood drive Thursday, Nov. 12.…

Student trustee may face recall

Student trustee may face recall

Immediately following the inauguration of Milo Anderson as L.A. Community College District student trustee on Nov. 4, his former opponent Ryan Navarrete of…

Students charged in robbery appear in court

At Van Nuys Courthouse Friday, Pierce College students and first-degree robbery defendants Michael Hildebrand and Devin Duckett both received the judge’s approval to have their…

Driver of stolen car arrested on campus

Driver of stolen car arrested on campus

A man was arrested at gunpoint at Pierce College on Friday by the Los Angeles Police Department after the white Honda Accord he…

Emergency response team members discuss protocols

Emergency response team members discuss protocols

The Emergency Evacuation Coordinators met inside the cafeteria of the Library / Learning Crossroads building at Pierce College on Thursday, Nov. 5 to…

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An antique table adorned with a quill pen is placed on the stage before the crowd. A candle, powered electrically to mimic the form of light most commonly…

This season the Theater Department went with something old and something new—and all things funny. The new was “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” which ran in…

Andrew Carroll, a contributing editor of several New York Times best-selling books including “War Letters” and “Behind the Lines,” and John Benitz, an award-winning film and play director…

 Neighs filled the air as horses strutted their stuff for an audience of hundreds on Saturday, Nov. 7th. Pierce College’s Sixth Annual Parade of Breeds event brought students,…

A staple of the Pierce College Thursday Concert Series, the student concert, brought out Pierce’s musically inclined to offer a sound of the campus. Five acts made up…

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BrahmaUp: New Beginnings

BrahmaUp, a new documentary series by the Roundup News, follows the Pierce College football team during the 2015 season. In this first episode, BrahmaUp looks…

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Developing a Pierce app

Students usually rely on a map or catalog to navigate their way around the campus, but an advanced programming class might be changing that soon. Hank Murphy, lab…

The good kind of peer pressure

Gathered together in the quieted halls of the ASO building are a mixed batch of students. Hailing from different walks of life, they stand out as an odd…

Child prodigy continues education at Pierce

While most other kids her age are in the 10th grade and looking forward to two more years in high school, 15-year-old Lotta Mushkatblat is enrolled as a…

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Pierce at night

Pierce at night

When the sun sets, the mood on campus shifts. The atmosphere is more relaxed compared to the hustle and bustle of the day—but still is…

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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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Thanksgiving Break

As the leaves and weather begin to change on campus, the spirit of Thanksgiving fills the…


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Con: Can collectors

School safety is a big deal when it comes to protecting students on campus and making…

Pro: Can collectors

Bike sharing is just not for Pierce

With great coffee, comes great consequences

The beauty of caffeine


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