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One book, one campus: Enrique’s Journey

Pierce College’s Great Hall was packed to the brim with students last Thursday, as Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Sonia Nazario lectured about her experiences...

Volleyball Review: the good and the bad

The women’s volleyball team came close to winning the state title but fell short after losing the championship game to the Fresno Rams in...

Cafeteria empty no longer

The cafeteria under the Library / Learning Crossroads was vacant since 2014, as Pierce looked for the right cafeteria vendor. That all changed earlier...

Winter solstice, a night of culture and celebration

The winter solstice is the longest and darkest night of the year, but in the midst of it, Shab-e Yalda penetrated the night with...

A meal for all

Home is where the heart is, but sometimes the heart stays home, whether it be two miles away or thousands of miles away. November,...

Pro: Should Thanksgiving be celebrated?

Thanksgiving is one of America's biggest and most widely celebrated holidays. It is a time to give thanks for the year’s good fortune, even...

Women’s volleyball advance to second round of regionals

The Brahmas win the first round of regionals on Tuesday, Nov. 22 against Mt. San Antonio College. Pierce knocked out the Mt. San Antonio Lil’...

Preview: Women Hold Up Half the Sky

Art contains the emotions of its creators and in the art exhibit “Women Hold Up Half the Sky”, it’s to depict and draw awareness...

“The Hunting Ground”, raising awareness about sexual assault

On Thursday, Oct. 27, Pierce College screened Primetime Emmy Award winning documentary “The Hunting Ground” in the Great Hall from 4 to 6 p.m....

Pro: Should schools be closed for Halloween?

Halloween is like Christmas for college students. A time to let go of all the stress built up over the course of the semester...

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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...

Staying active during the pandemic

Balancing work and a workout may not seem like an easy challenge for some people, but it’s not a problem for some Pierce students...

Students and workers becoming synonymous

Juggling work and academia is nothing new for Pierce College students, but the toll of a global pandemic has caused the increased need for...

Pierce Reinstates Scholarship Awards

The Events and Recognition committee have announced the revival of a student scholarship program at the Academic Senate meeting on Feb.22. The scholarship program, which...
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