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New student success plan passed by Academic Senate

The  Academic Senate unanimously voted for a new student success plan and low enrollment during its first meeting of the Fall 2014 semester…

Sheriff’s respond to incident at the Pierce College Bookstore

An unidentified person was detained by sheriff deputies at the Pierce College Bookstore on The Mall early Monday evening. The Roundup News contacted the campus…

Pierce Football Team’s lockers get sacked

Pierce College’s football team had items stolen from their locker rooms at the field house Wednesday night between 5-7 p.m. according to campus…

Pierce College welcomes new administrators and faculty

Freshman were not the only  newcomers welcomed to Pierce College as 18 new administrators and faculty were welcomed to campus on Tuesday, Sept. 2.…

Brahmas sign former state champion player as assistant coach

The Pierce College women’s volleyball team hired former Brahmas star Veronika Ban to become their new assistant coach. Ban joins Nabil Mardini’s staff…

Preventative Measures taken after Showering Incident

Pierce College community services staff have taken additional precautions to ensure safety on campus after a homeless man was arrested for annoying children in the locker…

Man arrested for approaching summer camp children in the North Gym showers

Man arrested for approaching summer camp children in the North Gym showers

A 57-year-old homeless man was arrested on Thursday, June 19 for the misdemeanor crime, annoying children, at Pierce College, according to a Clery…

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The final round of auditions for the Pierce College Fall production of Cabaret were held Saturday afternoon in the North Gym. Gene Putnam, who directed the musical for…

This semester’s Philosopher’s Cabaret brought students together in the Great Hall at Pierce to share their creativity and ideas on the concept of “Pondering the Absurd– A Nonsensical…

The lights gracefully darkened at the Pierce College theater room as it set the tone of their Montage performance. The crowd began to cheer as the show began…

Many gathered to hear the debut of the Pierce College Choir in their final concert at the St. John Baptist De La Salle church on Friday evening. The…

From the classroom to the stage, one lucky student has been given the opportunity to help design an off-Broadway production and work with entertainment stars Nick Offerman and…

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Pierce College journalism professor involved in multiple roles on campus

Jump starting his morning’s at 7:45 a.m. he wakes up prepared to go to work while knowing what could be an 8 to 15 hour shift that consists,…

International students given guidance and aid through a club’s work

The Chelsea Lately Show, Six Flags Magic Mountain, hiking to the Hollywood Sign, and going to the movies are just a few things that the International Students Club…

September 11 fundamentally changed teacher’s world view

September 11 fundamentally changed teacher’s world view

Thirteen years ago, many watched over breakfast with their collective mouths agape as four loaded commercial jetliners were buried into three iconic American buildings and into a Pennsylvania…

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PHOTO SLIDESHOW: Suspect apprehended after school evacuated

PHOTO SLIDESHOW: Suspect apprehended after school evacuated

On Friday May 30, the Library/Learning Crossroads was evacuated and the campus locked down as the Los Angeles Police Department arrived after a librarian saw a…

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Club 411: We B.U.I.L.D. unites student immigrants

Club 411: We B.U.I.L.D. unites student immigrants

Additional Reporting by Nicolas Heredia   Being a new student at Pierce College can be overwhelming.…

The stars shine bright for the Astronomy Club

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Pierce should try to conserve water

Pierce should try to conserve water

With thousands of students and faculty constantly on campus, colleges use up a ton of water.…

LACCD should lobby MTA to subsidize students

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