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(Don’t) talk dirty to me

A 2005 video of Donald Trump making lewd and aggressive comments regarding women surfaced on Friday, October 7. In response to the video Trump released a statement calling the comments “locker room banter.” Two days later in the Presidential debate Trump would refer to his comments as “locker room talk” on three occasions. The unwritten […]

Brahmas put the squeeze on Citrus

The women’s volleyball team remained consistent as its high energy and strong defense lead to a league win against Citrus College at home. The number four nationally ranked Brahmas won its third-straight, winning in three sets, 3-0, Friday Oct. 21. “We played a good defensive team,” coach Nabil Mardini said. “They dug a lot of […]

Brahmas win 4 ghouls to 0

After missed opportunities on both teams left the first half scoreless, the Brahmas shut out the West Los Angeles Wildcats, 4-0. A ceremonial sophomore appreciation event started off the night for Pierce. It showcased the players moving on to university level teams. The Wildcats goalkeeper, Monica Stieber, was able to stop the Brahmas in the […]

State champion heading overseas

She wakes up and comes to work where she brings her skills as a mentor for the women’s volleyball team. She’s known for leading Pierce’s undefeated team in 2011 with an overall record of 66 and zero. Danetta Boykin, the assistant coach for women’s volleyball team, plans on furthering her love for the game by […]

When there’s a ‘Will’, there’s a way

Soccer is more than just a sport. For some, it guides their lives. Women’s soccer assistant coach, William Diaz, 38, has played the sport his entire life and turned it into his career. Diaz grew up in South Central LA and took the bus to the San Fernando Valley to go to Reseda High School. […]

Brief: Women’s volleyball beats Citrus College

The women’s volleyball team defeated Citrus College 25-19, 25-18 and 25-12 to improve their overall record to 20-3. Pierce suffered an injury after Shanon Volpis went down in the first set causing her to sit out the rest of the game, but the Brahmas rallied through. The Brahmas’ played well against Citrus’ strong defense. “For […]

Pierce struggles in the water against Cuesta

Speed was a factor in Pierce’s loss to Cuesta, 21-13, on Thursday, Oct. 20. Cuesta’s strong start in the first quarter would dictate how the match would play out. “The key to water polo is conditioning,” said Judi Terhar, coach for Pierce’s women’s water polo team. “What our team needs is speed and our players […]

Soccer shutout Glendale in road win

Women’s soccer put their loss to Santa Monica behind them as they cruised to a 5-0 win against Glendale. Leslie Ramirez led the team with two goals and provided an assist for Carissa Sanchez who also scored for the Brahmas. Ramirez had six shots on goal and was a constant threat to Glendale’s defense. The […]

Brahmas football failed to snag the Victory Bell

Pierce struggled to hold onto the football most of the night as early mistakes led to a lopsided defeat against their crosstown rival Los Angeles Valley College at home. Bad snaps, penalties and fumbles prevented Pierce’s offense and defense to get into any type of rhythm. With the win, Valley kept control of the Victory […]

A desire for more sports

A desire for more sports

Athletics play a role in many college students’ lives, and while the Brahmas compete in 12 intercollegiate sports there are some glaring holes in the opportunities missed. However, throughout its history Pierce College has seen both genders take to the court, field or track in every major sport. Other sports of Pierce’s past include gymnastics, […]

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