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Brahmas win in pink

Brahmas win in pink

      The Pierce College women’s soccer team showed its support for breast cancer awareness in a game against Oxnard College on Tuesday, Oct 21 at Pierce. Paige Wolny scored the winning goal in the 85th minute with a penalty kick, marking her 15th goal of the season, with an assist by midfielder Marissa […]

Pierce community fights cancer at Relay for Life

Tears filled many eyes the night children, parents, relatives and friends of cancer victims walked up onto the stage at this weekend’s Relay for Life, and shared memories of their loved ones starting with the words “I remember.”   During this luminary ceremony, hundreds of candles were lit inside bags around the track, each decorated […]

Cancer walk to take place on campus

The annual 24-hour Relay for Life in Woodland Hills will take place at Pierce College beginning April 28 at 9 a.m.   The money raised will help further research by the American Cancer Society.   “[Cancer] is a terrible disease that affects so many people,” Dean of Research, Planning, and Enrolment Management Carol Kozeracki said. […]

Cancer fundraiser soon on campus

The Quiet Hairgrowing Communi-team plans to raise cancer awareness and fundraising money at Pierce College by selling Arbonne International products starting every Monday in May, from which all profits will be donated to the American Cancer Society. Arbonne products are botanically based products that are made with natural ingredients.

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