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Saturday, April 29, 2017

Library is haven for Pierce students

With just over four weeks into the semester and midterms around the corner, some students are scrambling to find and exploit any and all...

Population Pierce: Westwood bound

    Alex Arzoo, 17, shares his tale of parental expectations and university pride. "My parents never pressured me into going to UCLA even though my...

Student trustee wants to prioritize student success

Amber Barrero, being an active member of organizations like the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and Free Bradley Manning, is no stranger to activism. However,...

ASO vice president ready for new role

The new Associated Students Organization (ASO) vice president is ready for his latest job post. Shane Mooney started off as a senator last spring and...

Veterans find Camaraderie

  From bunkers to study groups, the Student Veterans of America Club are showing that although the transition from military life to civilian life is...

Auto tech club helps struggling automotive program

    A red two-door 1941 Hudson Commodore drop top convertible powered by a V6 cylinder engine is a far cry from what the Future Automotive Service...

Retired professor continues teaching

Returning to work after retirement may seem unusual to some, but continuing the love of her work was natural for Marian Weiser, a retired...

V.P. honored for Enterprising work

Pierce College hasn't always been the thriving, successful and economically established school that it is today. Recently honored with the Chancellor's Award for Outstanding Service to the Los Angeles Community College District, Vice President of Economic Development Tom Oliver, former interim president from 2004 to 2006, helped raise the school's decreasing student enrollment numbers and formulated an educated master plan to assist in the million-dollar deficit hole into which Pierce had fallen.


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...