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Free tax preparation by Pierce business students

Low-income families and community members can get their taxes prepared for free through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistant program, provided every year in…

Student suffers panic attack at Freudian Sip, carried away by paramedics

A female student had a panic attack and was carried away by paramedics at Pierce College’s Freudian Sip café around 12:30 p.m. Crystal Barrera…

Organizers of Job Fair offer advice and opportunities for student employment

Employers will meet with students along the Mall at Pierce College during the Career and Transfer Center’s Job Fair on April 2 from…

Fire alarm sounds in science building

Fire alarm sounds in science building

A fire alarm was triggered in the Center for Sciences building at about 2 p.m. Wednesday, but the cause is unclear. Physics Instructor…

Mental health support available through Pierce College Health Center

Mental health support available through Pierce College Health Center

Mental illness is extremely prevalent in the US, and college-aged students have an especially high rate of suicide, but Pierce College has several…

Student government elections to be held in April

The Associated Students Organization will hold its election next month from April 21 to 23. The ASO acts as Pierce’s student government and…

Proposal to reword online education bylaws sparks debate

Proposed amendments to the language used in the bylaws which govern online education programs created a stir Monday among members of the Academic…

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Comfort food comes in all shapes and sizes. Laurel Ollstein’s play “Cheese” premieres at Pierce on Friday, March 27 in the newly restored Performance Arts Building. The dark…

Atop the Pierce College Art Hill, which overlooks the ambiance of Woodland Hills, the group exhibition “LA Woman: On Her Own Terms & Haunted” catered to a variety…

Throughout its 40-year history, The Tomato Patch has served deli foods and vegetarian dishes to countless diners in Woodland Hills. The Tomato Patch is a small restaurant hidden…

In the classroom, he teaches his students to properly appreciate music. Onstage, he manifests his own lifelong appreciation for music through the strokes of his bow against the…

Absolutely Phobulous is a family-owned Vietnamese restaurant located in Tarzana, California. The restaurant is nestled between other businesses along Ventura Boulevard. Known for the traditional Vietnamese soup, Pho,…

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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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PACE director inspires with academic journey to success

Many adults wish they could have graduated from college and received a degree, but juggling their careers, family and personal lives seems like a circus act they would…

Musical custodian is putting the ‘Jah’ back in ‘job’

Every day, thousands of Pierce students walk through the campus, many of whom are so focused on their own busy lives and schedules that they may not even…

Hiking Club explores Los Angeles

On a sunny Saturday morning in the mountains of Los Angeles, Pierce students experienced the lush green trees and the serenity of one of LA’s few waterfalls. Healthy…

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PHOTO ESSAY: Cheer Competition Team train for upcoming tournament

PHOTO ESSAY: Cheer Competition Team train for upcoming tournament

    Adorning simple and straightforward uniforms, members of the Pierce Cheer Competition team line up in formation inside the North Gym and go into…

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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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Never-ending construction conundrum

Never-ending construction conundrum

Pierce College and construction. The two go hand-in-hand. It has come to a point where the…

Withdrawal dates in need of reform

Opinion View all

Con: Guns on campus

The very notion of allowing students to bring weapons into a community college campus sends chills…

Pro: Guns on Campus

Wi-Fi Battle Cry

Career & Transfer Counseling

Con: E-Cigarettes and Hookah Pens


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