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A shop built for scares

A workshop filled with severed body parts, machines covered in cobwebs and a bucket of blood hardly sounds inviting—unless it’s Halloween. The Society of Manufacturing...

Preview: French Film Festival

Professors from various departments will be hosting the French Film Festival in November for four days that will take place at the Great Hall...

Salem witch trials come to Pierce

During the Halloween season, images of black hats, cauldrons and broomsticks fill retail stores and decorate homes. Witch costumes are some of the most...

Review: Hookman

While stalker-killers and fatal car accidents may not seem like humorous subject matter, Lauren Yee manages to blend these perverse topics with whimsy and...

Voices of the unheard hung high

  The whispers of harsh and unexpected realities of some students and faculty blew in the wind at Pierce College on sheets of fabric with...

From the classroom to the stage

Students showed off their talents by performing a string of compositions as part of the first Student Recital of the semester. The concert on Oct....

Preview: Thursday Concert

Instructors from the Music department will return to the stage to showcase their talents at the Thursday Concert series the next two weeks. Applied Music...

The students’ future fair

Transferring to a four-year institution can be pivotal moment in a students’ life. The College Fair Extraordinaire helps them prepare for their academic future,...

Driving down success lane

What do you want to do with your life? Some students already know their professional career goals, but others are undecided. This year, the Meet Your...

Thriller series kicks off

Pierce College’s Film Club has returned in time for spooky season with a screening of Jordan Peele’s “Get Out,” as part of their newest...

Latest news

BRIEF: Pierce Athletics temporarily affected by COVID-19

UPDATE #2 on 7/20 at 4:32 p.m. Interim President Aracely Aguiar said LA County Department of Public Health visited the campus. “We were in compliance, however...

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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