The Southern California Football Association released the schedule for the spring 2021 season. All sports including football were moved to next semester because of the
Month: October 2020
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 in
Artistic response to racial violence
Trayvon Martin, a Black 17-year-old, was killed in 2012 by George Zimmerman, who was a part of his local neighborhood watch. In response to Zimmerman’s
Coffee, conversations and computers
Pierce College President Alexis Montevirgen virtually opened his doors on Oct 14. to host the second Zoom session of Coffee and Conversation with the President.
Brahma Pantry switches gears
Despite the school’s closure, Pierce’s Brahma Pantry still strives to provide services to students who may need help during the pandemic. The Brahma Pantry is
Pro: Prop 18
More than 27% of young Californians voted in 2018, an 8% increase from 2014, according to an NBC report of California civic engagement data. That
Con: Prop 18
For the last 50 years, the minimum voting age requirement in America has been 18 thanks to the 26th Amendment of the United States Constitution.
New sexual health resources available
Many Pierce students worried about their sexual health may gain more peace of mind through a new program that addresses several needs virtually. Family Pact
Race and policing reevaluated
During a recent media teleconference, California Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley suggested those in attendance make a careful examination of the Los Angeles Community
Department home shakeup
Pierce has changed the construction plan of the Multi-Purpose Academic Workforce Education building (MPAWE), including the development of a new name and two separate structures.