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LAUSD expands food distribution

Pierce College students and their families with food insecurity can benefit from an expanded program by Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD).  Grab & Go...

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...

Preview: The Bull Mag spring 2020

A malnourished baby elephant seal named Freddy was brought back to health. A former supermodel from Holland who moved to Los Angeles ended up founding...

Choir sings for freedom

The Los Angeles Pierce College (LAPC) Choir harmonized virtually while singing the South African folk song “Freedom is Coming” in acapella on YouTube. The video...

High school students consider community colleges

As schools introduce fully online semesters, some high school graduates are choosing to attend a community college instead of a four-year university. Community colleges could...

Theatre club delivers final play of the semester

With only 24 hours to prepare, write, rehearse and perform, seven groups of actors in The Journeymen theatre club performed live May 23 over...

Parts of Pierce still operational

Pierce College has closed its campus due to coronavirus fears, but the Student Health Center and the Farm remain operational. From now until spring break,...

Encore senior classes continue on Zoom

Of all courses in the Pierce ENCORE program for older adults, perhaps none is more timely and impactful than Maureen Feldman’s Staying Connected in...

Students isolated for Ramadan

While COVID-19 limits social interactions, Pierce Muslim students who are fasting during Ramadan are especially at a loss because it’s a holiday that’s usually...

Latest articles

BRIEF: Former Brahma drafted to the Minnesota Twins

  Most baseball players dream of playing professionally. For former Brahma pitcher Johnathan Lavallee, he will get that opportunity. Lavallee was selected in the 16th round...

BRIEF: Kaiser Permanente to offer vaccine incentive for students

The Foundation for Los Angeles Community Colleges and Kaiser Permanente have announced a partnership to offer students from the Los Angeles Community College District...

BRIEF: Pierce vaccination site closes

Months after becoming the largest testing and vaccination site in the San Fernando Valley, Pierce College shut down operations on Saturday, June 19. According to...

BRIEF: Pierce Student Health Center reopens

After a year and a half, the Pierce College Student Health Center reopened Monday for in-person services, including mental health and family planning. SHC assistant...

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