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Zoe Ramirez

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Column: Excited for the future

After a rollercoaster of emotions, the results of the 2020 election continue to come, but it seems as of right now former Vice President...

Conversation regarding ethnicity continues

Story by: Zoe Ramirez and Nick Garside Members of the Academic Senate discussed systematic racism and the usage of the term Latinx on Oct. 26. Speech...

Brahma Pantry switches gears

Despite the school’s closure, Pierce’s Brahma Pantry still strives to provide services to students who may need help during the pandemic.  The Brahma Pantry is...

New sexual health resources available

Many Pierce students worried about their sexual health may gain more peace of mind through a new program that addresses several needs virtually. Family Pact...

Student services on virtual display

Student success, particularly in community colleges, frequently depends on what happens inside the classroom and outside as well.  Pierce College employs a variety of organizations...

Pro: Synchronous learning

Despite the shift to online learning, many students still haven’t attended a virtual class, according to a survey conducted by Common Sense Media. Students who...

Students leave the stage and go home

Performing live shows, attending dress-rehearsal and experiencing the joys of an audience’s applause are now a thing of the past for the Theatre department...

‘Really Really’ is really good

“Really Really," a play depicting the aftermath of a college sex scandal, was Pierce College’s first virtual theater production that was performed impressively through...

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,...

Zooming in the dark

To protect student privacy rights, professors that conduct online meetings cannot require a camera to be turned on, which has varied opinions among many...

Latest news

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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