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Flipped classes teach from different perspective

If presented with a virtual way of being educated, would you embrace the new age method or would you revert to the traditional…

Pierce College Council passes Library / Learning Center’s opening in winter intersession

The Pierce College Council passed its vote to keep the Library / Learning Center open during the college’s winter intersession, at its final…

Pierce renews large-class contract

Pierce College agreed to renew its large classes contract until the end of 2016 to fulfill the high demand of student enrollment and…

Pierce wins award for GO Days program

Pierce College received an award for its outstanding community college program, according to an email by Academic Senate President Kathy Oborn. Counselor and GO Days…

ASO hosts police brutality discussion

James McKeever, assistant professor of philosophy and sociology at Pierce College, organized a discussion that included L.A. County Sheriff Captain Cheryl Newman Tarwater.…

Statway locks in students to second-semester class

Pierce College offers Statway, which is a program that allows students to complete their math requirements in two semesters. Traditionally, students take either…

District passes on Pierce for state’s bachelor’s degree pilot program

West L.A. College earned the Los Angeles Community College District’s recommendation to be a part of the state’s community college bachelor’s degree pilot…

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To find the right surround gaming headset isn’t easy. There are a lot of headsets on the market, because the different shapes and sizes of people’s heads makes…

Driving by Victory you may not notice this place but Firehouse Restaurant is great place to go if you’re looking for a good Gyro or some good Greek…

It’s a pizzeria that offers not only traditional options, but also a pastrami sandwich on a pizza. Yes, with mustard and everything. Don’t imagine an actual sandwich just…

The art show “Shadows of the Grid” was on display at the Pierce College Art Gallery, Thursday night as the public showed up to view the artwork. Arzu…

Self-proclaimed as “the most boring guy you’ll ever meet with the most exciting job,” veteran Los Angeles Times photographer Mark Boster demonstrated the enjoyable and rewarding aspects of…

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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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How rabbits helped transform one students life

When one normally thinks of a animal shelter, rabbits are not usually the first thing that comes to mind. Yet, being the third most popular pet in the…

English not a barrier for her

For Floriya Borzenkova coming to America from Russia was a challenge for her as she had to learn how to speak English while going to school and being…

She decided to put one foot in front of the next

There was a time that this Pierce College student lived two different lives, one was dealt with depression and grief while the other was maintaining a simple, tranquil…

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From Ferguson To L.A.

From Ferguson To L.A.

      Protesters of all ages gathered and marched the streets with signs while chanting in Downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday, Nov. 26. The Missouri…

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Food Review: Futaba Japanese Restaurant

Food Review: Futaba Japanese Restaurant

There’s a unique feeling of satisfaction and contentment that comes from eating a great bowl of…

Food Review: Mendocino Farms

Thursday Concert: Pierce Student Showcase

Food Review: Vincenzo’s Pizza

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Withdrawal dates in need of reform

Withdrawal dates in need of reform

A constant worry for college students and faculty each semester are drop dates that could potentially hinder…

Cheerleaders deserve equal medical care

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