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Pierce students balance being essential workers

As government officials urge Americans to practice social distancing to stop the spread of COVID-19, some Pierce students find themselves risking their own health...

Virus puts an end to the season

While some classes and departments have faced hurdles moving their curriculum fully online, the Pierce College Athletics Department faced the challenge of moving a...

BRIEF: District lifts grade restrictions

The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) will lift the restriction on the number of courses/units students can take for Pass/No Pass for this...

Campus update 3/27

The four Pierce College COVID-19 task forces gave updates for the work and progress they’ve made in an online Zoom meeting today at noon.  Mental...

BRIEF: Update from LACCD chancellor

All classes in the Los Angeles Community College District are suspended Monday, March 16 through Sunday, March 29.  In-person services at colleges are suspended from...

Con: Don’t take classes

Do you know that feeling of relief after finals are over? Now imagine having a couple days off and then having to do it...

Online professors need “consistent student interaction” for accreditation

Even though they're behind a computer screen, professors teaching online classes have to be just as interactive with their students as in-person. Accreditation Coordinator Yvonne...

Making the cut

*Correction* The article incorrectly states Mary Anne Gavarra-Oh said they don't cancel the same class within two years, it should say two semesters. Canceling a class...

Embrace for impact: make room for crashers

The first few weeks of the semester can be challenging for new and returning students, from navigating their way around campus to dealing with...

Pierce goes paperless, electronic waitlist replaces add slips

In addition to the updated SIS system, Pierce will no longer issue paper slips to students wanting to add classes at the beginning of...

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Success in 60 second Tik Toks

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...

Stepping into a new role

When David Gomez attended his first Communication Association Club meeting last year as a chemistry major, he felt a strong sense of interconnectedness that...

A calling to help her community

Three years ago, a Birmingham Charter High School senior was an intern in the office of Congressman Brad Sherman, working the phones, listening patiently...

District focuses on racial issues and police reform

The Los Angeles Community College District hosted the event “Pursuing Racial Equity in Police Reform” on Nov. 12 to discuss racial disparities in policing...

Riding into the sunset

Player, coach and administrator. Jim Fenwick did almost everything in the sports world. And on Dec. 31, he’ll call it a day as he’s...
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