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Season Review: Women’s volleyball

Women’s volleyball fell short of the state championships as their season was put to a stop against San Diego City College in five sets....

Film Panel Preview: “Spotlight”

Journalists shine a light on systematic crime in Boston in the Academy Award winning film “Spotlight.” A film panel will follow a screening of the...

Village bathroom makeover

Cracked floors and a fusty odor greeted visitors to the Pierce Village bathrooms, but this week students and faculty welcomed remodeled restrooms. Operations Manager Rodney...

Alice helps create a wonderland

There wasn't an established queer community on campus until Alice Payne and others formed the Queer Brahma Collective, a club that provides a safe...

Rules of the campus, code of conduct

Pierce has guidelines to enforce the code of conduct. Students can express themselves, however, they must be wary of crossing the line, according to...

Celebrating cultural diversity

Jules Verne took readers around the world in 80 days in 1873. On Monday, Pierce students had the opportunity to experience it in about...

Women’s volleyball dominates in straight sets

After beating the Citrus College Owls, the Brahmas maintained their conference undefeated streak intact by beating Glendale Community College in straight sets. In conference play,...

Class cancellations policy changes recommended

Unfamiliar technology may have hindered courses from meeting the required number of 15 enrolled students, resulting in closed class sections, school administrators said. However, leaders...

Women’s volleyball add another win

Women's volleyball defeated Victor Valley College in straight sets to keep their winning streak going and to improve their overall record to 17-5. The Brahmas...

Course cancellation on agenda

Before the fall semester, department chairs requested that low enrolled classes not be cancelled prematurely. Not all classes were saved, but the Academic Senate hopes...

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Summer enrollment down

The current low numbers for student enrollment for the summer session may result in job losses due to the substantial drop of revenue, according...

UCLA Day leads the way to becoming a Bruin

UCLA receives more applications each year than any other school in America, but what many people don't realize is there are methods to help...

ASO launches Clothesline Project online

Pierce College’s Associated Student Organization (ASO) launched its annual Clothesline Project virtually on April 28 to spread awareness, and to help those who have...

Putting the spotlight on increasing diversity

The California Community Colleges (CCC) held a series of webinars for Black Student Success Week, which focused on amplifying the voices of Black students...

Los Angeles County holds COVID-19 vaccine town hall

The Los Angeles County of Public Health held a virtual town hall on the COVID-19 vaccines as more Los Angeles residents continue to get...
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