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Campus Wi-fi turned off for security updates

Campus Wi-fi turned off for security updates

Pierce College open access Wi-Fi has been turned off for security upgrades, according to a post on the Pierce College Facebook page. The issue is expected to be resolved this month. According to Pierce College librarian Clayton Gediman, the computers in the library are available for students Monday through Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. […]

Pro: Pierce should have the business office open later

Many students have been upset because the Business Office closes earlier than other necessary services at Pierce. The Business Office doesn’t realize that there are students of all ages registered in college, particularly in community colleges. People have jobs, families and other responsibilities outside of school. If a student has work from 8 a.m. to […]

Board of Trustees candidates tour Farm Center

Pierce College Farm Center directors Robert and Cathy McBroom reached out to Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees candidates in a last-ditch effort to save the Farm Center, which is set to permanently close in April. Until last December, the Farm Center would regularly host birthday parties and field trips, as well as […]

Gay Straight Alliance Club

There are many clubs at community colleges across the U.S. who are exclusive to certain cultures, races, and genders. However, exclusion has no place with the Pierce College Gay/Straight Alliance [GSA] Club. Discussions for the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning) community can sometimes be a controversial subject, but for Pierce there are two […]

ASO leader hopes to unite campus

ASO leader hopes to unite campus

  Alex Oloo walks into the Associated Students Organization (ASO) office and greets everyone he can with a smile on his face that never seems to disappear. A student standing near the front desk is looking to find information for joining a club, Oloo approaches and asks how he can help. Oloo, ASO president, is […]

First woman elected to lead Moorpark American Legion

First woman elected to lead Moorpark American Legion

Growing up with both parents in the Navy, a grandfather who served in World War I and World War II, it only seemed natural to follow the family tradition by serving the country in some way.  For this Pierce College student, following her family’s tradition was not what she initially had in mind. Barbara Lombrano, […]

Open Study Hall: Finally, somewhere to study

Pierce College’s second Open Study Hall began its second week in the Great Hall on Monday, providing space for students to study with tutors for midterms. The two-day Open Study Hall event began 11 a.m. and ended 8 p.m. and included helpful studying workshops, 10-minute exercise breaks hosted throughout the event, and snacks. Tables were […]


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