News View all

Day of Politics takes over the Great Hall

Debates about nine scheduled measures ranged from safe drinking water to reduced criminal sentences at the Day of Politics in the Great Hall…

Staff trains for worst of times

Two retired police officers and a psychologist offered sage advice to Pierce College faculty and staff about how to respond to an active…

Wi-Fi, cafeteria continue to frustrate

Pierce College faculty and staff articulated diverse opinions about the school’s Wi-Fi connectivity, and its lack of cafeteria vendors. Attitudes ranged from frustration…

ASO Halloween festival moves to the Mall

Halloween is just around the corner, and the Pierce College Associated Students Organization (ASO) is ready to celebrate. The ASO will host a…

Updated: Campus Evacuation – gets all clear to return to classes

Updated: Campus Evacuation – gets all clear to return to classes

Reporting by: Tracy Wright, Kristen Aslanian, Diego Barajas, Calvin Alagot, Ethan Hanson   Update: 2:15 p.m. Authorities arrested the 26-year-old, male suspect and…

News briefs

Delivering Health [Oct. 15] The Department of Anthropological and Geographical Sciences Colloquia Series presents Delivering Health: In Search of an Appropriate Model for…

Protest at Board of Trustees meeting

Nearly 300 students, chefs and graduates showed up to the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) Board of Trustees meeting to protest the…

Arts and Entertainment View all

Los Angeles-based, Persian satellite-television network Royal Time TV will host its third annual Persian Festival to honor Mehregan, an ancient Iranian and Zoroastrian celebration that dates back millennia,…

Pierce College will be hosting its second free Science, Imaging and Astronomy Expo for all ages with new exhibits including Zooniverse, several planetarium shows and ending the day’s events…

    The Los Angeles Baroque Players cut through a dry autumn afternoon like a smooth breeze on Oct. 2, performing a number of classical compositions in MUS…

The Topanga Vintage Market held another enjoyable event at Pierce College with vendors selling antique collectables, jewelry, and memorabilia on Sunday, Sept. 28. Every last Sunday of the…

The Pierce College concert series began Thursday, Sept. 25 with two former students performing their solely instrumental music to a full audience. Associate professor James Bergman has been…

Multimedia View all

Player profile: Cornerback Jay’Onn Myles

The Roundup news profiles Brahma football player Jay’Onn Myles on his experience playing football at a young age from high school to college as well…

Features View all

If they can flip it, they can play

The Table Top Club is a new club at Pierce College  that brings students together to play their favorite table top games while having fun. Stanley Jordan, club…

Student works towards helping sick horses

A Pierce College student starting in his third semester finds himself  juggling his curriculum and work helps aid sick horses back to health as he realizes there’s is…

New choir coach warms up her students

Filling her lungs with air as she exhaled manipulative tones through her vocal chords to make music. This is what Anastasia Glasheen hopes to do for the rest…

Photo Slideshow View all

PHOTO SLIDESHOW: Campus locked down due to possible threat

PHOTO SLIDESHOW: Campus locked down due to possible threat

Pierce College was evacuated on Thursday Oct. 16 after threatening posts were made on Facebook according to Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department and campus officials. The…

Reviews View all

Pierce students attend concert by The Varied Trio

Pierce students attend concert by The Varied Trio

Students crammed into an auditorium atop a hill at the Pierce College campus to get their…

Award-winning artist refines skills at Pierce

Editorials View all

Antiquated add slips are an annoyance

Antiquated add slips are an annoyance

People in the modern world communicate electronically. However, Pierce College students still add classes during the…

Increased food fees cause budget bane

Opinion View all

Pro: Proposition 47

It is a waste of government funds to hold petty theft criminals and substance abusers under…

Con: Proposition 47

Community colleges should offer bachelor’s degrees

Men must police themselves to cutback harassment

Pro: Plastic bag ban


To advertise in the Roundup, please contact:

Julie Bailey
Advertising Manager
phone: (818) 710-2960
fax (818) 719-6447

The Roundup shall NOT accept the following:

(1) Any ad that fosters prejudice.

(2) Indecent or vulgar ads, offensive directly or by suggestion.

(3) Ads that may mislead.

(4) Matrimonial or dating offers.

(5) Offers of homework or research papers.

(6) Any ad that may cause monetary loss to the reader through fraud or injury to health.

(7) Large political ads.

The Roundup is not responsible for advertising content.