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Learning while Playing

Laughing and giggling voices echo from the Child Development Center and through the north portion of the Pierce College campus. It is a great place to have a fun time learning - not only for children, but also Pierce students who need special skills for child care.

Swimmers’ Secret Weapon: Training

"To left to left, to right to left to left, One, Ready go!" yelled out Judith Terhar, assistant coach for Pierce College swimming team. The swimmers' hands, raised in formation, line the pool. Head coach Fred Shaw explained that their techniques are a different aspect of training, part of it which teaches people to stroke efficiently and strongly so they can go their fastest.

Tennis match lost to Ventura College, 9-0

The March 4 tennnis match against Ventura College ended in a loss for Pierce College, with Ventura musterign a final score of 9-0. Only Kostya Omelyinchuk, a freshman tennis player, managed to tie in his second set against Ventura's Hassan Abbas; but after comingup short in his third set, Pierce ended without a win, losing its six singles and three doubles in the first home game on March 4.

Tennis team improves despite losses

Only Kostya Omelyinchuk, a Pierce College freshman tennis player, matched a tie in his second set against Ventura College's Hassan Abbas; but after losing the third set, Pierce ended up losing all matches, six singles and three doubles in the first home game on March 4.

Pierce Fashion blooms

Pierce College students flaunt a wide array of colors on campus - their fashion blooms like a cherry blossom. The styles on campus, imbued with spring colors, inspire us. "Fashion is the individual's internal spirit expressed on the exterior," said Leonel Mondragón, a former Pierce student.

Tax returns made easy

The annual Voluntary Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) is back to offer free tax preparation to both students and non-students. Through the program, which is located in Room 3218 of the Business Education Building, Business 10 students offer free income tax preparation for anyone making less than $40,000 a year.

No mercy for Pierce

The Pierce College softball team was beaten by Citrus College 3-17 Feb. 21, with the umpire calling for mercy in the fifth inning. In the first inning, Pierce matched Citrus run for run with Citrus scoring two runs in the top and Pierce answering with two runs in the bottom of the inning.

Mercy call ends softball game early

The Pierce College softball team was beaten by Citrus College 3-17 on Thursday, with the umpire calling for mercy in the fifth inning. In the first inning, Pierce matched Citrus run for run with Citrus scoring two runs in the top and Pierce answering with two runs in the bottom of the inning.

Tax prep program back for all

The annual Voluntary Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) is back to offer free tax preparation to both students and non-students. Through the program, which is located in Room 3218 of the Business Education Building, Business 10 students offer free income tax preparation for anyone making less than $40,000 a year.

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