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Monica Velasquez

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Throwback Thursday: A history of Pierce

The dust-covered planes of what was once an all-male college that focused solely on agriculture have come a long way in 67 years. From becoming...

Athletic Department to host food drive

The Pierce College Athletic department will be collecting canned goods and non-perishable food items on Tuesday, Nov. 26. From 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. students...

Fright Night brings out the ghouls, ghosts and goblins

For the ninth year in a row, ghouls, goblins, and the unfriendliest of clowns have taken over the Pierce College Farm Center for the...

9th annual festival gives visitors a taste of ruralism

Walking into the Pierce College Farm Center with the sound of country music in the air, the sights and aromas transport visitors from the...

With true friendship always comes feelings

When we were young, we were taught to go out and play in order to make friends, but as we got older, we discovered...

Building User Group builds consensus

The future of the Pierce College North of the Mall project, including the addition of new buildings, was discussed during the Building User Group...

Additional classes added to Spring 2013 schedule

Approximately 150 courses will now be available to students that had previously been cut, according to Pierce College officials.   50 classes will be added to...

Volleyball wins third championship in a row

The Pierce College women’s volleyball team won their third straight state championship after defeating Golden West College in straight sets 25-20, 25-21, 25-22, on...

Women’s volleyball brings home third straight state championship

The Pierce College women's volleyball team won their third straight state championship after defeating Golden West College in straight sets 25-20, 25-21, 25-22, on...

Class mourns student death

It had been four years since Pierce student Asieh Moradi Kashkouli had seen her parents who lived in Iran, and friends say that she...

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Promoting student engagement in the political process

First time voters can get overwhelmed by propositions on the ballot, but the Bipartisan Policy Center is working on educating students about them for...

Controversial statues still on campus

Since the widespread protests that erupted from the killing of George Floyd, statues across the country were torn down as a rise against racism. Now,...

New member of Diversity Committee gets social

People often think of librarians as quiet people with their heads buried in books, but there’s one librarian who’s as savvy in the social...

Laptop delay

As courses transitioned online, COVID-19 exposed the digital divide with students who have access to reliable internet and computer access and students who do...

Under Smoky Skies

Surrounding fires have filled the skies with smoke and have caused unhealthy air conditions for large parts of Los Angeles County, including Woodland Hills. The...
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