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Member of the athletic hall of fame dies

Mary Perry, a member of the Pierce athletic hall of fame, 1964 and ‘68 U.S Olympic volleyball player and gold medal winner on the...

Musical duo entertains audience at concert

Audience members in room 3400 in the Music building were taken through a rollercoaster of emotions during the weekly concert series May 10.   Pianist Danny...

Possible closure of occupational center limits education

West Valley Occupational Center provides career training to help people succeed in future jobs at low or no cost, but the possible closure of...

Baseball team ends season on a low note

The Brahmas’ baseball team ends their season disappointed.   Thursday marked their last game, which ended with an overall record of 9-27.   Head coach John Bushart stumbled...

Citrus squeezes out win over baseball team

  The Brahmas’ baseball team could never figure out Citrus College’s starting pitcher Mikey Ramirez who pitched a complete game against them.   Ramirez (7-1) allowed eight...

Retirements save school $1 million

Sixteen retirements have been announced this semester, saving the school more than $1 million if they are not replaced.   Retirement benefits the school because people...

Baseball team can’t capitalize on five-error Glendale team

After a long and cold three-hour game, Brahmas baseball was defeated by the Vaqueros 10-5 April 14.   The Brahmas struggled both defensively and offensively, using...

Outside of the diamond: head coach John Bushart

Baseball takes up 80 percent of his life but during summer, Hawaii is where you can find him.   His office can describe most of who...

Farm receives helping hands

Faculty at Pierce has been volunteering and donating to the farm in hopes of saving it.   Department Chair of Agriculture Leland Shapiro has raised $11,000...

A wild pitch lost it for Brahmas baseball

From a reliever to starter, pitcher Matt Feldman worked his way up and proved many wrong in Thursday’s game against Mission College. “Usually your best...

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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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