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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Pierce at night

Copy by Angelica Lopez

Photos by Christopher Torres and Danielle Padilla

There’s something about being on campus at night.

The lights to every building are on. Enough students are walking around so it doesn’t feel scary.

The overall atmosphere of the school feels less chaotic than being on campus during the day.

Pierce College has multiple classes offered later at night that usually run from 6:50-10 p.m.

It is an option for students who work during the day, or they can come at night if the morning and afternoon classes are filled.

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