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Preview: Spring Concert

The Los Angeles Pierce College Choir will be presenting the 2019 Spring Concert Saturday, June 1 a 7 p.m. with Victoria Simonian on piano...

Chatting up the Chancellor

The Faculty Center at Pierce College was filled with laughter and smiles Wednesday morning as LACCD Chancellor Francisco Rodriguez, opened up the district’s “Chat...

Column: Mental health awareness

Suicide rates are on a rise with no type of discrimination against race, gender or age, but it isn’t getting as much...

Column: Women’s safety

Despite all the progress that has transpired throughout the years, women are still being blatantly mocked and discredited in front of the entire country....

Stay safe on campus, there’s an app for that

Students can now find safety in anonymity when they report crimes with the Rave Guardian app. Various colleges, such as the University of Pennsylvania and...

Give them shelter

For the first time, Pierce College became a designated evacuation center for the Red Cross, accepting anyone seeking safety from the Ventura County fires,...

Shelter residents receive update and continued support

As the fires continue to rage on, Pierce College and its current current residents continue to receive supplies and services as they keep faith...

Woolsey fire update

With the death toll rising to 23 people and over 70,000 acres burned, the Red Cross disaster relief has been at Pierce College tirelessly...

Equestrian Center is over capacity for evacuated animals

With the flames ablaze and large animal owners searching for a place to shield their pets, the Pierce College Equestrian Center took over capacity...

Pierce houses Red Cross evacuation center

Red Cross and Operation Blankets of Love vans loaded out supplies in front of the South Gym at Pierce College as evacuees from the...

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From the play room to a Zoom room

Pre-pandemic, the Pierce College Child Development Center (CDC) was bustling each weekday with children engaged in play and learning while parents work toward completing...

Pierce should give away free meals to the homeless

With the holidays here, and colleges are vacant due to COVID-19, it is time to consider how Pierce College can aid homeless communities in...

Online job fair

As the holiday season approaches, it’s fair to assume that entry-level jobs will need more workers.  Pierce should consider having an online job fair with...

Con: Re-close states

As the holidays approach, people are starting to plan their family gatherings to celebrate and spend time together.  Many who are concerned for themselves and...

Pro: Re-close states

The United States has hit a devastating milestone in eight months – 250,000 deaths – while a key coronavirus model is estimating nearly 400,000...
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