Hillel Club celebrates 67 years of Israeli state

The Pierce College Hillel Club hosted a celebration on the Mall April 30 to mark Israel’s 67th anniversary as an independent country. The event featured...

ASO president under fire before election

Associated Students Organization President has a possible threat of a recall from unnamed an group.


AGS Club host a fundraising bake sale

The Pink Bake Sale fundraiser for Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, organized by Alpha Gamma Sigma (AGS) was organized Tuesday at the Mall. Strawberry,...

Clothesline project helps victims of abuse

The Clothesline Project, which allowed students to share their stories of being abused in any way through writing on a T-shirt, was hosted in...

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College president requested to accept district position by chancellor

President Kathleen Burke has been requested to accept the position of vice chancellor of educational services by LACCD Chancellor Francisco Rodriguez, according to an email...

Armenian Genocide

"Who remembers the Armenians?" When Adolf Hitler asked his subordinates during World War II whether any of them recall the killings of more than 1 million Armenians in the early 1900s, there was no response. Today, Pierce College is taking the first steps in spreading awareness of the Armenian Genocide through the medium of art, with the opening of the "Power of the Poster" exhibition in April - the month of commemoration of the genocide.

Gym lockers continue to be burglarized despite lower crime rate

Pierce College’s crime rate is lower despite burglary reports in the women’s South Gym locker room and other areas. L.A. Sheriff’s Department Deputy...

Staff trains for worst of times

Two retired police officers and a psychologist offered advice to Pierce College faculty and staff about how to respond to an active shooter situation...