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Friday, August 7, 2020

School starts once more

Tyler McGee

For the 64th year in school history, Pierce College has opened it’s doors to students for a new school year, today.

Adding to the new school year buzz, was new college President Kathleen Burke-Kelly and the opening of the brand new  Center for the Sciences.

Student Store worker Lawrence Wesley works fast to bring the line down of rushed students in front of the bookstore on the first day back to school. (David Schub / Roundup)

Students, (L-R) Brittany Devily, Franky Araujo, Moses Cuevas and Christopher Estrada take a break between classes in the courtyard of the new Center for the Sciences. (David Schub / Roundup)

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