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Pierce got SIS problems and class overflow is one

Summer classes might be an opportunity for students to get ahead or catch up on credits, however, due to a loophole within the new...

Falafelicious Catering and students to protest at BOT meeting

Falafelicious Catering is providing transportation for students to the Board of Trustees meeting on Wednesday June 7, at 4 p.m.at Los Angeles City College....

Healthcare for you

The Student Health Center (SHC)  is working to provide affordable, and oftentimes, free care to students. However, Director of the Pierce College Health Center...

Aiming to lower book costs through new courses

On average community college students spend $1,390 per year on books and supplies, according to collegeboard.org. To lessen the burden of educational costs, Online...

Discover Pierce’s discover budget

How much are new students worth? According to administration $60,000, but not everyone is content with that price tag. Pierce College's Discover Pierce, held...

Sports

End of an era

Over the years, Bob Lofrano has worn many hats at Pierce. Student, athlete, coach, teacher...

Clear eyes, full-time, can’t lose

Coaching at Pierce College is a numbers game. Zero is the number of full-time athletic...

Season Review: Men’s volleyball

Despite coming up two points shy of the final four, the Pierce men’s volleyball team...

Season Preview: Soccer: goals to keep

The Brahmas look to shake off a first-round playoff exit last season and get back...

Across the Pickets line

It’s all in the family. For father and son baseball duo Bill and Will Picketts,...

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Don’t Slack Off Spring Break

Spring break is a welcomed timeout from learning. However, we should reconsider that Spring BREAK might be referring to the strain this time apart...

Instructors: Broadcast yourself

Every college student typically misses at least one class during their educational career. An option to have livestreamed courses would be a great benefit...