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Preview: The Bull Magazine Fall 2020

A person suffering from anxiety finds comfort in picturing her worries going down the drain. A community leader grows up queer in a religious family. A...

Former journalism professor dies

“See me after class,” the words no student ever wants to hear, ended up changing the course of one student’s life. Professor Robert “Bob” Scheibel...

Polling place opens on campus

There are now more options to vote on campus. In addition to the ballot box on Winnetka Avenue and Victory Boulevard, the Faculty and...

Column: Feeling like a caged bird

Lately I feel like a caged bird. I was supposed to move to Long Beach over the summer because I’m transferring to California State University,...

Crowd gathers to protest in the San Fernando Valley

More than 100 people gathered, many holding signs and chanting “Black lives matter,” “Say his name” and other call-and-response sayings in support of Black...

Northridge Black Lives Matter group launch protest at Oviatt steps

People gathered at an event organized by Northridge Black Lives Matter (BLM) at the Delmar T. Oviatt Library at California State University, Northridge (CSUN)...

Orange Aligned meets at the Orange Line

About 70 people attended a demonstration in support of Black Lives Matter called Orange Aligned in Woodland Hills on June 3. The event began at...

“BlacKkKlansman” screenwriter talks about film

The red carpet at Cannes Film Festival is packed with photographers on either side. Celebrities are lined up getting their photos taken. Spike Lee, Adam...

BRIEF: Summer, fall semesters and commencement online

Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) Chancellor Francisco Rodriguez updated faculty, staff and administrators on the district’s plans in the wake of COVID-19 in...

BRIEF: Therapy on Zoom

Mental health counseling appointments have moved online to Zoom while the Student Health Center is closed, according to the center’s postdoctoral therapist Inbar Malevski. Students...

Latest news

Enrollment drops for second consecutive year

Statewide, community colleges are experiencing dips in enrollment because of COVID-19.  Pierce College is no different.  Pierce faces a decline of 17% in enrollment since spring...

BRIEF: Pierce College President Alexis Montevirgen resigns

Pierce College President Alexis Montevirgen has announced Thursday his resignation.  Montevirgen said in an email that he plans to step down from his position by...

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...
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