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Project finals are better than final exams

Instead of having students regurgitate their accumulated knowledge onto a single Scantron or essay book in a make-or-break situation, teachers should open up to...

Library to be open for finals and winter

Pierce College’s winter intersession was approved in October, but whether or not the Library / Learning Center will be open during has yet to...

Poor defense hurts Brahmas

The Pierce College women’s basketball team lost its third game in a row in blowout fashion against the Eastern Arizona College Gila Monsters in...

Roadrunners can’t stop Brahmas

  The Pierce College men’s basketball team won its second game in a row after defeating the College of the Desert Roadrunners 82-68 at Pierce...

Parade of Breeds

      Clicking saddle boots and upbeat country music filled the Pierce College Equestrian Center as over 40 breeds of horses walked, trotted and galloped in...

Shadow of the Grid

Are maps nothing more than contour lines and earthly colors, or can they hold personal meaning and reveal how people feel about the places...

Head project manager explains revised construction plans

The Pierce College Master Plan for construction projects north of the campus Mall has been updated and the planned media arts building will be...

Remove the free speech zone and keep peddlers off campus

The free speech zone at Pierce is an annoyance to students, offering little benefits to their educational progress and goals. Located on the Pierce Mall...

Volleyball ‘deserved this game’

    The Pierce College women’s volleyball team continued its playoff push with a comeback victory in five sets against Ventura College at Pierce on Friday,...

Farm Center celebrates decade of growth

The Pierce College Farm Center turned 10 years old this harvest season. In 2005, the Farm Center hosted its first Halloween Harvest Festival. Ten years...

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Behold the Brahma Pantry, COVID-19 edition

D'arcy Corwin sets up several containers of food on the side of the Los Angeles Pierce College roundabout on Brahma Drive on a Thursday...

Small businesses staying afloat

What does a children's dance studio, a comic book store and a smoke shop have in common?  They have all been forced to adopt different...

No sports for LACCD

After deciding to opt-out of early spring competition, Pierce College and all Los Angeles Community College District schools have decided to not compete in...

Pierce student catering for Netflix

Hard work, dedication and love are not the only things that get Pierce College student Angela Rodriguez through her 16-hour days working for her...

Cultivating the Community

Green thumbs don’t have to be for plants; they can be for communities too. During the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people have been struggling financially...
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