Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Vegan Club plants roots

The Vegan club isn’t just about eating vegan. It believes that living vegan is a dedicated lifestyle. It goes beyond the kitchen into a...

Orange Line’s new extension saves students money

Riding the public transportation system can be a burden for many students who have to take multiple buses to get to their classes on...

Gang member- turned student honors prof

History Professor Richard McMillan was recently honored by former student Mario Corona, 29, at the San Fernando Valley Faith Committee's annual community summit. McMillan and several other teachers who helped inspire Corona, received a certificate of appreciation.

Meeting ASO Vice President Mariella Valdez

The Roundup recently sat down with Associated Students Organization, Vice President Mariella Valdez to talk about what she plans to accomplish during her term.    RoundUp:...

Text building program aids deaf students

Since its founding in 1947, Pierce College has become an institution for nearly 19,000 students a year who are enrolled in over 100 different disciplines. Among Pierce's many courses, departments, professors and services from which to choose are a small but excelling number of deaf students eagerly striving for the same opportunities as any other student on campus.

Greek expectations

 Looking for something to put on your transcripts to set you apart from everyone else? There are two honor societies at Pierce who can help.



Young American for change

The appeal of politics has grown within the youth population through recent years, especially during and following the 2016 presidential election. Millennials have formed...

Stay home for flu season

A contagious respiratory illness, also called the flu, has caused a great deal of stress and absence from class and work alike this season According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an average of 5 to 20 percent of the United States population gets the flu every year.