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Virtual Club Rush

At the beginning of previous Pierce College semesters, students could walk through campus and see colorful tents, flyers, school-owned farm animals, and hear booming...

Streetbeat: Clubs

If you could start a club on campus, what would it be and why? “I’d probably start an electronic music club because I know how...

Clubs on the rush

View Photo essay Cheerleaders and Brahma mascots scurried down The Mall, celebrating campus spirit in the name of Club Rush.  The event on Wednesday and Thursday...

Club Rush

Brahmas stampeded the Mall in the hot weather during Club Rush to connect with the campus community. Pierce clubs and sports had information and...

Preview: Club Rush makes its annual comeback

With the start of each semester, comes a fresh batch of new faces who are potential recruits for organizations on campus. Pierce College will be...

Club Rush

  Photos by Chris Torres, Sonia Gurrola, and Chelsea Westman Copy by Angelica Lopez From dancing to gaming to a sheep named George. These are some of...

Can’t decide? Welcome to the club

Alabaster white pop up tents draped with multicolored pennants and posters line the pathway of the Pierce College Mall inviting students to discover different...

Dashing down the Mall

Club Rush is one of the Associated Students Organization’s first events of the semester. It allows the clubs and organizations the chance to show students...

No rush for clubs

For students new to Pierce, stepping onto campus for the first time can be daunting. Whether they come straight from high school or are...

Club Rush is a must

Club Rush is back to show off what Pierce College’s extracurriculars have to offer. Changes came to Club Rush last semester to establish a...

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