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Pro: Trick-or-treating

Halloween will be different this year, but that doesn't mean that people shouldn't go trick-or-treating. While California state health officials recommend people skip it this...

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...

Unfinished business

Students can expect fewer classes to be on the fall semester catalog. Some classes have not been able to transition online, so they will...

Con: Go to college

The high school class of 2020 was born after 9/11 and saw the first African-American president inaugurated when they were in second grade. Now,...

Brahma Pantry continues to provide services to students

The Brahma Pantry's plans to help students during the school closure extends to more than just providing food. The pantry is still providing services...

Column: Bittersweet farewell

It's strange to realize that I'm going to end my community college journey inside of my home, sitting on my couch dressed in my...

Clubs connect on computers

Associated Students Organization (ASO) club meetings are now taking place online over Zoom to keep clubs connected and engaged as they plan their activities...

Pro: Reopen States

In the past few weeks, a surge of protestors in different states vocalized their sentiment to end the Safer at Home orders. The growing discontent...

ASO boosts morale through social media

With campus closed to the public due to the Safer at Home order, the Associated Students Organization (ASO) and Pierce students are physically disconnected. To...

COVID-19 response teams discuss protection and student engagement

The COVID-19 response teams discussed student accessibility toward student services and how to keep students informed through an online Zoom meeting on April 15. Director...

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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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