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Vampire Weekend: take a Bite

Vampire Weekend's self-titled debut album was released three months ago, but thanks to a lot of attention from the online blogging scene, the album is still going strong. Consisting of Ezra Koenig, Rostam Batmanglij, Chris Tomson and Chris Baio (who is actually actor Scott Baio's nephew), Vampire Weekend has managed to put together an album that is very inviting to any music listener, young or old.

From Ivy Leaguers to rock stars

Vampire Weekend's self-titled debut album was released three months ago, but thanks to a lot of attention from the online blogging scene, the album is still going strong. Consisting of Ezra Koenig, Rostam Batmanglij, Chris Tomson and Chris Baio (who is actually actor Scott Baio's nephew), Vampire Weekend has managed to put together an album that is very inviting to any music listener, young or old.

Backing athletics with brownies

FANS in the Stands, organized by Barbara Anderson, professor and chair of speech and communication, is letting faculty at Pierce College know that attending sports events at Pierce can get them a taste of her homemade brownies. Anderson explained the importance of encouraging others to attend the sports events.

Bringing down Vegas

Card counting is not easy, but "21," a drama about six Massachusetts Institute of Technology students who make millions in Vegas off this legal tactic, makes it look like fun. Ben Campbell (Jim Sturgess) just celebrated his 21st birthday and has a lot on his mind.

Desperately seeking bodyguard

Owen Wilson stars in "Drillbit Taylor," a PG-13 comedy about a homeless guy pretending to be a bodyguard to make some money off of three wimpy kids. It is the first day of high school, and Ryan (Troy Gentile) and Wade (Nate Hartley) are positive that they will be popular this year.

Don’t fear the Meat

The mistreatment of cows by the Hallmark Meat Packing Co. in Chino may have had the public worried - but there is nothing wrong with Pierce College's meat supply, according to college officials. A video released by the Humane Society of the United States earlier this year raised many concerns regarding school meat supply.

Pierce meat supply

The mistreatment of cows by the Hallmark Meat Packing Co., of Chino, may have had the public worried - but there is nothing wrong with Pierce College's meat supply, according to college officials. A video released by the Humane Society of the United States early this year raised many concerns regarding school meat supply.

Giving Pierce a fresh face

When the Los Angeles Community College District did not get enough money for construction under Proposition A in 2001, they sought out for more. The district went out to the voters with Proposition AA in 2003 and received another $980 million for the bond construction program.

Knowledge is eco-friendly power

Global warming is the result of more than 6 billion people going about their normal day. While trying to find a parking spot at Pierce College may be tough and annoying, it does more than cause students to be late to class. All of that fuel emission being spread through the air is what global warming feeds on.

Waiting lists get the axe

The new software that will do away with the "waiting list" enrollment process at Pierce College was discussed at the Academic Senate meeting Feb. 25. A handout that described how the new method would be more efficient was presented by Robert Martinez, academic policy vice president and William Duxler, physics and planetary science department chair.

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