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One small act is all it takes

Gift-giving may feel rewarding to most, but for some, it can change their lives.  Angelita Rovero, the advisor of MEChA, created the Wish Upon An...

UC and CSU still accepting applications

Application deadlines for six University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU) campuses have been extended past the Nov. 30 deadline, according to...

CalWORKS joins the season of giving

College can be difficult for anyone, but it can be especially challenging for students with children.  CalWORKS is a state-funded program that provides financial assistance...

Answering the call

Imagine getting a call from one of your professors telling you to enroll in the upcoming semester.  That just might happen on Saturday, Dec. 7,...

Brief: Sign-ing off

Originally designed as a way for the Associated Students Organization (ASO) to inform people of events and other information, the marquee in front of...

Sports

Brahmas remain in playoff contention

The Brahmas sense of urgency against Oxnard College was palpable in a game without two...

Men’s basketball lose third straight game

Missed lay-ups, three-point attempts and constant turnovers proved costly for the Brahmas as they lost...

BRIEF: Men’s volleyball lose season opener

Men's volleyball began their 2020 season looking to improve on last year's 3-13 finish, but...

BRIEF: School drops tennis program

Tennis was scheduled to have their season opener tomorrow against El Camino College, but the...

Brahmas hang on to beat Cougars

In a close game for both teams, it was men's basketball who got the upper...

Season Preview: Baseball prepares for first pitch

UPDATE: Baseball now begin their season at Riverside on Jan. 25. First pitch is at 6...

Campus Life

Pierce gets AMPed

Political film festival

All about architecture

Ted talks at Pierce

A glimpse of France

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Highlighting star students

Every semester, Pierce should highlight a star student on the Victory boulevard sign based on academic merit and accomplishments. The sign is visible to students...

Mobile payment for campus purchases

Other than debit cards, students are using mobile payment applications on their smartphones, such as PayPal and Venmo, to pay for online purchases and...



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