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Softball closes out season with a shine

With their heads up and smiles on their faces, the softball team ended their season of ups and downs with something to be very proud of.


Cinco de Mayo around the corner

With the Mexican holiday Cinco de Mayo only two weeks away, many people, including Mexican-Americans themselves, have misunderstood what this day is all about. The fifth of May does not mark Mexican Independence Day as some think. In fact, Mexico declared their independence from Spain Sept.

Pierce baseball loses close game to Bakersfield

The baseball team fell short of a victory Thursday, losing 10-9 to Bakersfield in one of the closest games of the season, according to head coach Joe Arnold. Pierce has now fallen four games behind, which makes it very crucial for them to do well in their next few games to clench a playoff spot.

One out of four teen females has an STD

A recent study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed a fact about teenage girls today: One out of four have a sexually transmitted disease. Chlamydia, a bacterial infection and the most common type of STD in the United States, is also the most common among women at Pierce College.

‘ENCORE’ discusses organs

The topic of discussion for the ENCORE/Oasis lecture series for the week of March 6 was on a very controversial subject: "Should We Be Allowed to Sell Our Organs: Ethical Ramifications." The lecture program hosts a meeting every week in the Campus Center to discuss issues that pertain to everyday life.

An encore for wisdom

The topic of discussion for the ENCORE/Oasis lecture series for the week of March 6 was on a very controversial subject: "Should We Be Allowed to Sell Our Organs: Ethical Ramifications." The lecture program hosts a meeting every week in the Campus Center to discuss issues that pertain to everyday life.

Football team gets new defensive coordinator

Reggie Smith Jr., son of former MLB player Reggie Smith, has turned a new chapter in his life by accepting the defensive coordinating job for the Pierce College football team. He came to us after coaching at Chaminade High School in West Hills for the past five years.

The lecture has left the building

Many students at Pierce College are looking into different forms of learning today. They are turning to online classes rather than a typical lecture class. Online courses offer an advantage for students, especially those who have demanding jobs or need a more flexible schedule.

Men’s Volleyball looks forward to successful season

With almost the whole season ahead of them, the men's volleyball team is confident that they will finish with a very satisfying record. The new season for volleyball began two weeks ago with a starting record of 3-2. The team believes it will improve on that tremendously, despite their young players.

Reggie Smith Jr. new defensive coordinator

Reggie Smith Jr., son of former Major League Baseball player Reggie Smith, accepted a position as the new defensive coordinator for the Pierce College football team. He came to Pierce after coaching at Chaminade High School in West Hills for the past five years.

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