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Wireless infidelity

Pierce College has a Wi-Fi problem. Go almost anywhere on campus and the Wi-Fi connection is inconsistent to say the least. The separation between...

Making new connections

Though some of the blue fences have been taken down, campus construction is not complete. However, administration said they are working with what they...

Hunger on the hill

Students taking classes near the Food Court or the Brahma Cafe have time in between classes to grab a decent meal or a quick...

A date with the celestial

It can take years for humans to visit Jupiter, but in the span of a few minutes, you can witness the beauty and majesty...

Looking through the lens

One after another, attendees pressed the lens of their smart phones against the telescope eyepiece and snapped photos of the magnified Half Moon. Five telescopes...

Cancelled experiments due to broken vacuum pump system

Broken vacuum pump system leaves Organic Chemistry students waiting to experiment The vacuum pump system under the Center for Sciences has remained broken since the...

Technology problems at Center for Sciences

Professors at the Center for the Sciences are frustrated that only three of the 29 classrooms currently have fully functioning audiovisual equipment, according to...

BRIEF: Courtyard trash can lit on fire

A Center for the Sciences courtyard trash can lit on fire Sept. 30 at about 2 p.m. Dale Fields, chair of the physics department, was sought out...

Fire alarm sounds in science building

A fire alarm was triggered in the Center for Sciences building at about 2 p.m. Wednesday, but the cause is unclear. Physics Instructor Mark Bowen...

Latest news

Column: Not voting isn’t the flex you think it is

Don’t get me wrong, it is easy to understand the basis behind feeling that you can’t morally support one candidate or the other, but...

Enrollment down but holding steady

Pierce College is second among the nine Los Angeles Community College District schools in terms of headcount and enrollment, compared to where the school...

Play honors voices for equality

Maya Angelou’s poem “Caged Bird” spoke volumes in 1969 about the injustices of those who suffer oppression at the hands of systemic racism. More...

Opening the doors of opportunity

Immigration continues to be a controversial topic in the public opinion just as voters around the country cast their ballots during the current presidential...

Clothesline Project online

Even students who didn’t know about the Clothesline Project likely saw last October dozens of t-shirts hanging between trees in Rocky Young Park with...
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