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Life outside of their sport

Students athletes may just be best known for how they put points on the scoreboard and maintain a good defence. Although here at Pierce...

SEASON PREVIEW: Water polo ready to hit the pool

After a rocky start playing two back-to-back games at the preseason Valley Tournament, the water polo team prepare for their season opener. Unlike other fall...

BRIEF: Water polo plays at Valley tourney

Water polo hit the waters at LA Valley College as part of the mini tournament held Saturday. The Brahmas played twice, losing to Pasadena City...

Swimming for her goals

While most infants and children are learning the basics of swimming, for Cassidy Hoffman it is about improving on her times and striving to...

Swim places last in Bakersfield

The Pierce College swim teams floundered to last place in the waters at Bakersfield College, finishing the second swim meet of the season on...

Season Review: Water Polo

The water polo team faced many challenges this season, but no challenge was big enough to deter the team’s confidence. Instead, they take their...

Owls dominate the Brahmas

The Brahmas lose the first water polo game of the season to the Citrus College Owls as the final score was 20-3. Brooke Padilla gave...

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Surrounding fires have filled the skies with smoke and have caused unhealthy air conditions for large parts of Los Angeles County, including Woodland Hills. The...

Message from Snoop Dogg: Read the syllabus

Usually a syllabus goes unread … until Snoop Dogg tells you to read it. That’s what chemistry professor Benny Ng did. As a result, hundreds of...

No longer out of place

Despite Sofia Zaragoza’s academic achievements, she second guessed her abilities throughout her educational journey. “I often really felt out of place, and I didn't think...

Making a stand by taking a knee

In response to months of protests in support of Black Lives Matter (BLM), athletes have used their platform to bring awareness to social inequality...

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...
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