55.2 F
Los Angeles
Sunday, January 24, 2021
Home Blog

LACCD and LASD renew their contract for six months

Los Angeles Community College Department’s (LACCD) Board of Trustees in a special meeting Saturday,  Dec. 12,  renewed its contract with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department (LASD) for six months starting Jan. 1.  The temporary contract...

Profs prepare

0
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 a result of COVID-19, the past two semesters professors have...

Pierce music student dies

0
Pierce College student Alvin Supattarakorn would try to get his hands on most instruments within reach. He even kept a mini keyboard in his car and would play it until he drained the batteries. The...

Sports in the air

0
UPDATE: Pierce College and the other LACCD schools won't participate in early spring competition. Read the full release here. With new restrictions issued by local and state authorities, the question arises whether there will be...

Keeping the spirit of the season alive, online

0
The COVID-19 pandemic has been stressful and isolating for a lot of people and the holidays can be an opportunity to reconnect with friends and family.  However, the Los Angeles Times reports that there is...

Preview: “A Streetcar named Desire”

0
Los Angeles Pierce College Theater will conclude its 2020 Fall Season with a production of Tennessee Williams's classic play, “A Streetcar named Desire,” in three live Zoom performances running Friday through Sunday. The production, under...

Success in 60 second Tik Toks

0
When she was 13, Monique Jones hand-painted a rainbow on her face, took selfies and posted them on social media–proud of the finished product. The next day, students from her middle school bullied her for...

Stepping into a new role

0
When David Gomez attended his first Communication Association Club meeting last year as a chemistry major, he felt a strong sense of interconnectedness that led him to change his major. “The second I stepped in...

A calling to help her community

0
Three years ago, a Birmingham Charter High School senior was an intern in the office of Congressman Brad Sherman, working the phones, listening patiently to local constituents, learning about their problems and trying to...

District focuses on racial issues and police reform

0
The Los Angeles Community College District hosted the event “Pursuing Racial Equity in Police Reform” on Nov. 12 to discuss racial disparities in policing and possible solutions to the issue. Keynote speaker Rashawn Ray, a...