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Population Pierce: Westwood bound

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 mom hates the Trojans,” Arzoo said. “UCLA gives me the feeling of being in a community. It feels like it’s own little city in the middle of Los Angeles. […]

Population Pierce: Inspired by the Jabbawockeez

Population Pierce: Inspired by the Jabbawockeez

“I started dancing when I was a little kid because I grew up in a Hawaiian culture. I danced when I was in 3rd grade but stopped because I wasn’t good,” said Jacob “Nalu” Bauman. “Then in sophomore year I picked up dancing again when I saw the Jabbawockeez perform on MTV, got more into […]

Population Pierce: From kinesiology to psychology

Population Pierce: From kinesiology to psychology

  “I woke up at 5 o’clock and my mom would drop me off at a bus stop and I would take three busses there, three busses back,” said Psychology major Centeera Plummer, recalling the time she commuted to Beverly Hills for school. “I was a kinesiology major last semester but then I took a chemistry […]

Population Pierce: Communicating through hands

Population Pierce: Communicating through hands

“I’ve always found it interesting how you can talk with your hands,” said 19-year-old American Sign Language major Tori Maddis. “Sign language is different in every country. In Mexico it wouldn’t be the same as in France. I think the sign for ‘cute’ is kind of cute.”   Photo by Travis Wesley. Quote gathered by Shir Nakash

Population Pierce: Matthew Salinas

Population Pierce: Matthew Salinas

“The place we have right here, we call it like ‘the hut.’ It’s not an official club but dancers just know that we’re there. So dancers come. We kinda act like a club, but it’s not official. [The Hut] was there before I came here. I think like four years ago it might have started. […]

Population Pierce: Gabe Dalessandro

Population Pierce: Gabe Dalessandro

“I came to Pierce in July. Stoked to play and compete with other people. I play slot receiver. It was going really great until I hurt my knees. My tendons in my knees became too inflamed from working too much. After that, I went to the doctor, got an MRI. They told me I was […]

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