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Profs prepare

Pierce College professors are preparing their online coursework for the upcoming semesters as courses are expected to remain online until at least through spring. As...

Stepping into a new role

When David Gomez attended his first Communication Association Club meeting last year as a chemistry major, he felt a strong sense of interconnectedness that...

District focuses on racial issues and police reform

The Los Angeles Community College District hosted the event “Pursuing Racial Equity in Police Reform” on Nov. 12 to discuss racial disparities in policing...

Club life continues

Before the pandemic, students could find flyers throughout campus informing where and when different clubs are meeting.  Now those flyers are digital and so are...

Department home shakeup

Pierce has changed the construction plan of the Multi-Purpose Academic Workforce Education building (MPAWE), including the development of a new name and two separate...

Anti-systemic racism resolution still not resolved

The Pierce College Academic Senate met on Oct. 12 to discuss a notice motion approval about the Anti-Systemic Racism Resolution. The Board examined amendments and...

DJs and influencers keeping you in school

California Community Colleges (CCC) have launched the “Stay Enrolled, Succeed Online” Campaign from the state Chancellor’s office amid a drop in enrollment rates. The campaign...

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Behold the Brahma Pantry, COVID-19 edition

D'arcy Corwin sets up several containers of food on the side of the Los Angeles Pierce College roundabout on Brahma Drive on a Thursday...

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...

No sports for LACCD

After deciding to opt-out of early spring competition, Pierce College and all Los Angeles Community College District schools have decided to not compete in...

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...
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