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PHOTO SLIDESHOW: Pierce Spring Clothesline

Mink coats, six-inch Louis Vuitton stilettos and Tom Ford suits are not common findings throughout the mall at Pierce College this spring. Instead, the majority...

Top 8: Fashion finds in the Valley

By: Marielle J. Stober Living in California comes with its share of ups and downs. Yet, more often than not, we experience the lower points...

Spring fashion making a statement on campus

Spring fashion is bringing new and exciting designs this year with bright, bold neon colors, color blocking and stripes that will soon be all...

Trend-spotting Summer Styles

While out trend-spotting this semester, it’s easy to notice that student styles range from classic to bold and edgy. As diverse as the styles...

Pierce Fashion blooms

Pierce College students flaunt a wide array of colors on campus - their fashion blooms like a cherry blossom. The styles on campus, imbued with spring colors, inspire us. "Fashion is the individual's internal spirit expressed on the exterior," said Leonel Mondragón, a former Pierce student.

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BRIEF: Sports on hold until 2021

The California Community College Athletics Association (CCCAA) Board of Directors approved the implementation of the Contingency Plan (Plan D) for the return of athletics...

Column: Racist statues still on campus

As racial tensions in the U.S. continue to grow, I would think that Pierce College would want to eliminate any chance of one of...

LACCD Juneteenth March for Our Lives

People gathered for Los Angeles Community College District’s (LACCD) Juneteenth March for Our Lives event on Flower Street and Washington Boulevard near Los Angeles...

LACCD student dies after deputy-involved shooting

            Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) student Andres Guardado died after a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) involved shooting on June 18. He...

The Heroes Among Us

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWoXFv0TGxI&feature=youtu.be Karla Avalos photographs and films essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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