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 Victory”
Month: October 2020
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 Staff
No classes on Election Day
Pierce College promises to “increase opportunities for student access, readiness, retention, and success” as stated in their mission statement goals. But Pierce will fail to
What’s the delay?
It’s been one year since the story on the investigation regarding coach Carlos Woods surfaced, and while baby steps have been taken, there is still
Doing the right thing
Photos of famous Italian Americans line the Wall of Fame in a Brooklyn pizzeria. This might seem like a normal sight, but what if that
Streetbeat: Why are you voting?
Quotes and photos gathered by: Cathy Pia and Katya Castillo “I would recommend people going out letting their voices be heard, and exercise their important
Conversation regarding ethnicity continues
Story by: Zoe Ramirez and Nick Garside Members of the Academic Senate discussed systematic racism and the usage of the term Latinx on Oct. 26.
School money for homework
The Pierce College Council (PCC) on Oct. 21 explored ways to pay for new expenses brought by teaching from home. Math Department Chair Eddie Tchertchian
Revealing fear through dialogue
Islamic Center of Conejo Valley Religious Director Imam Muhammed S. Mehtar presented at Pierce College’s 2nd Annual Multicultural Week and educated attendees on the faith
Halloween will be different this year, but that doesn’t mean that people shouldn’t go trick-or-treating. While California state health officials recommend people skip it this