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Looking into the dark starry night sky

A night under the stars to most people is nothing more than a pretty sight. To the Pierce College Astronomy Department, it is an...

LGBTQ Resist event

The Pierce College LGBTQ “Resist” event focused on positive response. Instead of shying away from prejudices and social injustices found in society, it discussed...

Pride at Pierce

From gender-neutral bathrooms to preferred pronouns, a group was established Feb. 21 to strengthen LGBTQ communities at all LACCD campuses. The Los Angeles Community College...

Planetarium reaches for the sky

The Milky Way galaxy may seem vast. But, when compared to the Laniakea Supercluster, which houses not only the Milky Way but about another...

STEM week shifts gears

STEM students kicked it into high gear last week, thanks to some hands-on experience with a race car. STEM week opened Wednesday, Feb. 20,...

Meet Your Major Fair

The Meet Your Majors Fair continues to provide students, decided on a major or not, with a chance to maximize their Pierce College experience...

Planetarium Preview

  “You wanna know what the sky looked like on your birthday?” Professor Dale Fields asked. Experience the cosmos from the comfort of a chair...

Sexual assault training required

A district wide email was sent out on Sept. 20 with a link to a mandatory online module about sexual harassment that students must...

A night with the stars

As soon as the sun set Monday, students gathered around the Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes to look at planets and listen to Dale Fields speak. Early...

Staring into the starlight

Most of the stars that can be seen in smoggy Los Angeles are the ones that line the Hollywood Walk of Fame. But, on...

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Under Smoky Skies

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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