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Creating Pathways/Abriendo Caminos marches on

The former head of the Creating Pathways/Abriendo Caminos program left his position at Pierce and transferred to Los Angeles Valley College. Program Specialist Raffi Kahwajian...

Academic Senate discusses class sizes

The Academic Senate met in the Faculty and Staff Center to discuss Student Enrollment. One of the primary focuses in the meeting was to have...

Flex form changed

Professors will have a better route to submit their flex hours by substituting a physical form with a interactive online option. Every full-time professor at...

Student Awards Brunch relocated

The Pierce College Student Awards Brunch location has been moved from the Music Lawn to the South Gym and the time has been changed...

Promises Kept

Free community college provided by The Los Angeles College Promise Grant is helping build the City of Angels into a city of graduates. The...

Sports

Season Preview: Soccer aiming for the goal

Pierce soccer enters a new season where they look to keep the playoff streak alive...

Storming into a new adventure

The goal for most junior college athletes is to move on to a four-year school....

Swim gets accolades at state competition

One of the best swim teams in Pierce history, saw five competitors place at the...

BRIEF: Swim State Championships

Pierce swim has competed two days in the California Community College Athletics Association Swimming State...

Sophomore day ends it their way

Reported by Gina Wong and Abdul Ali. Brahmas baseball played their last game of the season...

On the mound and in the batter’s box

Stepping onto the mound at Dodger Stadium, Johnathan Lavallee looked up into rows of empty...

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More ATMs on campus can create convenient cash options for students

In the corner of the Pierce College bookstore there sits an ATM waiting to take a three-dollar service fee from your withdrawal. Imagine in...

A town hall is needed to voice concerns

Pierce College should consider having a monthly town hall meeting so that students voices are heard and not ignored.  Since students use their hard...

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