Home » Posts tagged with » news

Faculty taking action to bring awareness to students from recent robbery incident

Safety is an aspect that campus administration and sheriffs prioritize to ensure an environment fit for study; however, when the few crime incidents do occur, steps are taken to secure the grounds. On Nov. 7, Deputy Barreras stated in the incident report that a special services student, through the Tierra Del Rey Program, was standing […]

Smoke alarm goes off in Student Services Building, students and faculty evacuated

Smoke alarm goes off in Student Services Building, students and faculty evacuated

Los Angeles Fire Department Captain Robby Cordobes told students and faculty they could go back inside the building after they found no threat or cause for the alarms to have gone off. “Sounds like a faulty sensor,” Cordobes said. Carol Guzman was one of the students who exited after hearing the alarm sounding. “[We came […]

More money to push IT initiative

Problems with Wi-Fi and non-functioning smart classrooms continue to frustrate faculty and students. Information technology issues on campus were a major topic of conversation at the Academic Senate on Sept. 26, 2016 in the Great Hall. According to Vice President of Administrative Services, Rolf Schleicher, Pierce is in fiscal shape and is hiring faculty at […]

The crime of copying

The crime of copying

Students are prohibited from taking pictures or making copies of textbooks that have not been purchased, according to a Pierce College Student Store policy. However, students can take pictures and make copies of textbooks in the library with some limitations. According to Assistant Bookstore Manager Candy Van, students who attempt to take a photo of […]

Gym lockers continue to be burglarized despite lower crime rate

Gym lockers continue to be burglarized despite lower crime rate

Pierce College’s crime rate is lower despite burglary reports in the women’s South Gym locker room and other areas. L.A. Sheriff’s Department Deputy Al Guerrero presented to Pierce College Council that the crime rate on campus is lower,  but has yet to provide the crime stats for this year. However, Guerrero said that the two […]

Funding for MakerSpace club approved by ASO

The Associated Students Organization approved $1,743 worth of funding for the MakerSpace club during the senate meeting on March 15, 2016, at the Great Hall. After coming twice to the ASO Senate Meetings last year for funding, the MakerSpace club’s petition for funding has been approved by the all of the student senators who were […]

Technology problems at Center for Sciences

Technology problems at Center for Sciences

Professors at the Center for the Sciences are frustrated that only three of the 29 classrooms currently have fully functioning audiovisual equipment, according to Dale Fields, department chair of Physics and Planetary Sciences. The 109,000 square feet Center for the Sciences, which opened in 2010, features 22 labs and six lecture rooms. This all cost […]

From stale beans to fresh grinds

From stale beans to fresh grinds

The Freudian Sip is the only established cafe on campus, but after 10 years, the Pierce College Student Store is looking to cut ties with the California State University Northridge (CSUN) franchise to build a new cafe. The Pierce College Student Store has been paying from $25-36,000 a year for the franchise since 2006, according […]

Child Development Center moves for more strict photo policy

Child Development Center moves for more strict photo policy

Professors in the Pierce College Child Development Center are currently in the process of implementing a new policy that will ban students from taking photos of children in the center. The issue was discussed at a Los Angeles Community College District and Child Development District Discipline Committee meeting on Feb. 19. Pierce College Child Development […]

Page 1 of 114123Next ›Last »

Advertising

To advertise in the Roundup, please contact:

Matt Thacker
Advertising Manager
thackemn@piercecollege.edu
phone: (818) 710-2960



The Roundup shall NOT accept the following:

(1) Any ad that fosters prejudice.

(2) Indecent or vulgar ads, offensive directly or by suggestion.

(3) Ads that may mislead.

(4) Matrimonial or dating offers.

(5) Offers of homework or research papers.

(6) Any ad that may cause monetary loss to the reader through fraud or injury to health.

(7) Large political ads.



The Roundup is not responsible for advertising content.