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Volume 119 Issue 4 – corrections

Volume 119 Issue 2 Page 2: Comic artist Lauren Vellvé name is misspelled Page 3:  “Campus assault suspect arraigned,”  Branden Saighe is currently charged with making criminal threats and simple battery; Van Nuys Municipal Court is properly named Los Angeles Superior Court, Van Nuys; Photo caption, Omar Barillas’ name is misspelled Page 4: Photo caption, […]

Washing your hands at Pierce College

The bathrooms at Pierce College may be a cause for custodial concern, but according to Pierce College students, a bigger problem on the rise is the lack of personal hygiene after using the restroom with students not washing their hands. While the bathrooms have had their fair share of foot traffic, some students seem to […]

News reporting isn’t a crime

News reporting isn’t a crime

Many Pierce students may face fears while in the classroom such as social anxiety, performance anxiety and uncertain employment, but campus safety should be their biggest concern—and Pierce College’s top priority. There have been three assaults within 100 yards of the Pierce College sheriff’s station within the last six months — two of them involved […]

Policies need to change when crimes go underreported

Many Pierce students may face fears while in the classroom such as social anxiety, performance anxiety and uncertain employment, campus safety should be their biggest concern — and Pierce College’s top priority. There have been three assaults within 100 yards of the Pierce College Sheriff’s Station within the last six months – two of them […]

Pierce campus dim on safety

Recent campus crime illustrates Pierce College is not one of the safest community colleges leaving some students concerned about walking the campus. As a young lady, thoughts about how quiet it is and how dark the Mall gets, despite streetlights, creep in while sitting silently and alone on a bench listening to the crickets chirp […]

Pierce community makes a safe campus

Some may question their safety on campus with recent crimes listed in Sheriff’s Blotter in the Roundup, but Pierce College is, without a doubt, a safe campus to be on due to the its active community. Students and teachers alike seem to react logically and quickly to dangers present on campus, showing time and time […]

With true friendship always comes feelings

When we were young, we were taught to go out and play in order to make friends, but as we got older, we discovered that not all friendships are created equal. So at a time when you have to give a little to get a little, can two people be just friends, or will they […]

What it takes to win her over

For some, love is simple gestures with a splash of creativity or a dozen roses and Belgian chocolates, while for dreamers, a moonlit walk in Paris is the key to their heart. Of course, most women—including this author—do appreciate roses with chocolates and surprise getaways but love is not always about buying someone with material items. The […]

A little farm in the big city

A little farm in the big city

Agricultural students at Pierce College have witnessed the dwindling of the school’s resources, from farm animals to the civil war reenactment. Could the Farm Center be next? Since the establishment of Pierce College in 1947, the school has stood out from the rest of the colleges in the San Fernando Valley. Year round activities such […]

Silent construction sites deafen school morale

Half-finished construction over numerous areas of the Pierce College campus is affecting school morale, making it time that officials do something about it. Pierce  has undergone many changes since its founding more than 65 years ago. Buildings have been built, renovated and taken down, making the campus what it is today. There are currently 24 […]

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