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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...

BRIEF: Pierce College President and LA city councilman attend vaccination site opening

Los Angeles City Councilmember Bob Blumenfield paid a visit to Pierce College to commemorate the opening of the new COVID-19 vaccination and testing site...

LAUSD expands food distribution

Pierce College students and their families with food insecurity can benefit from an expanded program by Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD).  Grab & Go...

The Valley Of Change

While protests remain active, there are fewer in early fall than there were during the summer months. But one local organizer has remained steadfast, standing...

LACCD Juneteenth March for Our Lives

People gathered for Los Angeles Community College District’s (LACCD) Juneteenth March for Our Lives event on Flower Street and Washington Boulevard near Los Angeles...

Column: Letter from an essential worker

Please stay home. If you won't do it for yourself, do it for your parents. Do it for your grandparents. Do it for the healthcare...

Parts of Pierce still operational

Pierce College has closed its campus due to coronavirus fears, but the Student Health Center and the Farm remain operational. From now until spring break,...

Keeping the community going

Every day essential workers go out and risk their health and safety to keep their communities active while others are stuck at home. They provide...

Quartet seeks to create new music styles

The eclectic quartet 5th Element brought their jazz, world, electronic improvisational music to the Main Stage in the Performing Arts Building on March 5. The...

Madi to the Max

On the drive home from watching “Lilo and Stitch” in theaters with her father, Madison Brunoehler discovered her passion for voice impressions while she...

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Abandoned field in need of a team

The athletic facilities at Pierce College have been unused for more than a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.   President Alexis Montevirgen previously said he...

Career tech on campus

At Pierce College’s Applied and Industrial Technology buildings, people are likely to be greeted by the sounds of welding metal, the sight of sparks...

Community growth for a bargain

Pierce College holds the Topanga Vintage Market for independent vendors to sell goods to the community the fourth Sunday of every month. The market...

Echoes of the Asian American community

With the rise in hate crimes against the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community, there is no shortage of words to describe what...

Academic Senate turmoil

The Academic Senate appointed Tuesday a new representative after a heated discussion about potentially offensive and discriminatory comments one of the candidates said were...
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