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BRIEF: Interim President named

Los Angeles Community College District Chancellor Francisco Rodriguez announced in an email that Aracely (Ara) Aguiar will serve as the Interim President for Pierce...

Helping the campus, one bottle at a time

Pierce College could do its part in helping the environment by encouraging students to use reusable bottles on campus to reduce the amount of...

Learning together

With most students attending college through Zoom, Pierce College should come up with a strategy to help students move through their college experience online...

Town hall announces timeline for the next Pierce College president

While the question of who will be the next Pierce College president is still up in the air, a general timeline of the selection...

Live and back in action

After standing empty for an entire year, the Pierce College Performing Arts Building was filled with prop graffiti walls, hanging lights and the laughter...

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An ending … and a beginning

For 30 years, Rodney Allen served Pierce College in achieving the school’s mission statement of enhancing a student-centered learning environment. Pierce is now returning the...

BRIEF: Interim President named

Los Angeles Community College District Chancellor Francisco Rodriguez announced in an email that Aracely (Ara) Aguiar will serve as the Interim President for Pierce...

Opening the farm

For many Pierce College students, the campus farm is just another entrance and exit onto campus. However, that can change if the school makes...

Building a community through exchanging textbooks

Two things that many students almost always need at the start of every new semester are textbooks and money. A way for Pierce College to...

Resume the competitions

With the school five months into the third semester following COVID-19 protocol, it’s time for Pierce College to allow student athletes to resume competition.  In...

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Opening the farm

For many Pierce College students, the campus farm is just another entrance and exit onto campus. However, that can change if the school makes...

Building a community through exchanging textbooks

Two things that many students almost always need at the start of every new semester are textbooks and money. A way for Pierce College to...

Resume the competitions

With the school five months into the third semester following COVID-19 protocol, it’s time for Pierce College to allow student athletes to resume competition.  In...

Pierce college should start an Esports program

Esports programs are becoming a staple in college athletics across the country, and Pierce College should create one that can stand out from others.  Some...

Pierce college should increase outreach to support students

Last year, CSUN launched “YOU,” an online well-being platform that assists students in reaching both academic and personal success.  Once the COVID-19 pandemic hit and...
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Sports

BRIEF: California community college sports competitions to return

The California Community College Athletic Association in a statement affirmed their plans to have competition starting next school year. With vaccination eligibility open for everyone...

Getting in shape safely and distanced on campus

With vaccination rates rising in Los Angeles County, more activities have restarted, including in-person athletic conditioning for student athletes at Pierce College. Conditioning, which began...

Take me out to the ball game, please

An overgrown baseball field fades in the spring sun at the same time as a petition to #letthekidsplay grows in signatures.  Third baseman Dirk Ryan...

Abandoned field in need of a team

The athletic facilities at Pierce College have been unused for more than a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.   President Alexis Montevirgen previously said he...

Student athletes impacted by pandemic

Pierce College student athletes will remember last March as the first time the COVID-19 pandemic impacted their athletic career.  Spring sports competitions were postponed indefinitely...

An ending … and a beginning

For 30 years, Rodney Allen served Pierce College in achieving the school’s mission statement of enhancing a student-centered learning environment. Pierce is now returning the favor.  “I’ve been a part of that...

Film club discusses Anomalisa

Traveling to Cincinnati to promote his new book at a convention in a hotel, customer service expert Michael Stone struggles to find...

Photo Essays

Jackie Lacey gone

Black Lives Matter Los Angeles organized weekly protests to show support and stand with the families of those killed by police. One rally cry from...

BRIEF: March for Victory

The streets of the Mid-Wilshire section in Beverly Hills were filled on Oct. 11, 2020 with thousands of demonstrators rallying for the “March for...

Polling place opens on campus

There are now more options to vote on campus. In addition to the ballot box on Winnetka Avenue and Victory Boulevard, the Faculty and...

Cool relief for a hot LA

After walking for miles on Sepulveda Boulevard in search of cans and plastic bottles to trade for income, Jose M. frequents a refrigerator painted...