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Students and workers becoming synonymous

Juggling work and academia is nothing new for Pierce College students, but the toll of a global pandemic has caused the increased need for...

Pierce Reinstates Scholarship Awards

The Events and Recognition committee have announced the revival of a student scholarship program at the Academic Senate meeting on Feb.22. The scholarship program, which...

BRIEF: Pierce College President and LA city councilman attend vaccination site opening

Los Angeles City Councilmember Bob Blumenfield paid a visit to Pierce College to commemorate the opening of the new COVID-19 vaccination and testing site...

Pierce College becomes largest testing and vaccine site in the San Fernando Valley

More than a dozen cars lined Victory Boulevard Tuesday morning as residents waited for the opening of a new vaccination site at Pierce College.  Pierce,...

LACCD and LASD renew their contract for six months

Los Angeles Community College Department’s (LACCD) Board of Trustees in a special meeting Saturday,  Dec. 12,  renewed its contract with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s...

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Pierce student catering for Netflix

Hard work, dedication and love are not the only things that get Pierce College student Angela Rodriguez through her 16-hour days working for her...

Cultivating the Community

Green thumbs don’t have to be for plants; they can be for communities too. During the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people have been struggling financially...

Staying active during the pandemic

Balancing work and a workout may not seem like an easy challenge for some people, but it’s not a problem for some Pierce students...

Students and workers becoming synonymous

Juggling work and academia is nothing new for Pierce College students, but the toll of a global pandemic has caused the increased need for...

Pierce Reinstates Scholarship Awards

The Events and Recognition committee have announced the revival of a student scholarship program at the Academic Senate meeting on Feb.22. The scholarship program, which...

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Cultivating the Community

Green thumbs don’t have to be for plants; they can be for communities too. During the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people have been struggling financially...

Keeping the spirit of the season alive, online

The COVID-19 pandemic has been stressful and isolating for a lot of people and the holidays can be an opportunity to reconnect with friends...

Pierce should give away free meals to the homeless

With the holidays here, and colleges are vacant due to COVID-19, it is time to consider how Pierce College can aid homeless communities in...

Online job fair

As the holiday season approaches, it’s fair to assume that entry-level jobs will need more workers.  Pierce should consider having an online job fair with...

Con: Re-close states

As the holidays approach, people are starting to plan their family gatherings to celebrate and spend time together.  Many who are concerned for themselves and...
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Sports

Sports in the air

UPDATE: Pierce College and the other LACCD schools won't participate in early spring competition. Read the full release here. With new restrictions issued by local...

Riding into the sunset

Player, coach and administrator. Jim Fenwick did almost everything in the sports world. And on Dec. 31, he’ll call it a day as he’s...

Breaking gender barriers

Many people consider football to be a man’s game. Hardly are other genders represented on the gridiron. But for Secilia Rosales, those statements don’t apply. Rosales,...

Student-athletes retain eligibility

The California Community College Athletic Association Board of Directors announced that they will waive student-athletes’ eligibility for the 2020-2021 season. In their meeting on Nov....

BRIEF: Football to return in the spring

The Southern California Football Association released the schedule for the spring 2021 season. All sports including football were moved to next semester because of...

Pierce student catering for Netflix

Hard work, dedication and love are not the only things that get Pierce College student Angela Rodriguez through her 16-hour days working for her family’s catering company.  It’s the pursuit of...

Staying active during the pandemic

Balancing work and a workout may not seem like an easy challenge for some people, but it’s not a problem for some...

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...