Saturday, March 23, 2019

Candelight vigil for internationally jailed CSUN student

Esha Momeni had spent two months with her family in Iran and done thesis research on women's rights before she was arrested.


Uncle Sam to the rescue

There needs to be a restoration of confidence in the credit market and banks need to start lending to each other again. But is paying $700 billion to bankers really the way to end this crisis? This idea is one of greed, and will not go according to plan.


Campus divided on controversial Prop. 4

If passed by voters Tuesday, Prop. 4 will amend the State Constitution to include parental consent for a minor seeking an abortion.


Follow the money

The big changes Measure J promises would come with a big price tag, stirring debates about the value of the investment.

Pierce sheriff made one of the first responses to Metrolink crisis

Among the first responders to the Metrolink crash, deputies from the Pierce College Sheriff's Department recall the emotions they had to set aside to fulfill their duties at the scene.


Revised bill opens financial options

President Bush signed revisions of the Higher Education Act into law, allowing Pierce College students to recieve the Pell Grant year-round and increased aid.


Revisions of bill to make college for affordable

President Bush signed revisions of the Higher Education Act into law, allowing students to recieve the Pell Grant year-round and increased aid.


Child airlifted off Pierce campus

A child was airlifted out of Pierce College after a Los Angeles Fire Department helicopter landed on the soccer field around 7:15 p.m.
While the age and condition of the child was unavailable, Officer Morales of the Pierce Sheriff's Office said the incident was unrelated to Pierce.


New building taking shape as ‘symbol of Pierce’

The last steel beam of the new Student Services Building was signed by involved project members at a "topping off" ceremony yesterday, commemorating the beginning of a new phase toward the year-away completion of the $18 million building.


MAY DAY MALAISE

In a crowd of almost 8,500 immigrant-rights activists at MacArthur Park Thursday, the police stood out as the proverbial elephant in the room. May 1 last year, the park was the scene of what William Bratton, Los Angeles Police Department Chief, referred to in an interview with National Public Radio as an embarrassing scene.

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