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BRIEF: Earthquake shakes LA

A 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck Southern California on a day the United States celebrates one more year of independence. The quake was centered in Searles...

Successful shakeout

More than 56 million people worldwide simultaneously dropped, covered, and held on to practice procedures in case of a natural disaster.   On Thursday Oct....

Split granite, don’t panic

The ground starts to shake beneath you as you walk through the hallway on campus, and you notice that everyone around you has no...

Pierce College falters on Great California Shakeout

While 123 colleges and universities in Southern California participated in the Great California ShakeOut last Thursday, the drill was not properly executed at Pierce...

Vigil held for Nepalese earthquake victims

The Associated Student Organization hosted a candlelight vigil this week to collect and encourage donations in support of the people affected by the recent...

Earthquake prep needed

As the world mourns the more than 4,000 people killed in the 7.8-magnitude earthquake which hit the Nepalese capital of Kathmandu, Angelenos should view...

Earthquake frequency on the rise

An earthquake centered in La Habra, Calif. with a 5.1 magnitude was felt by many throughout the San Fernando Valley and surrounding areas at...

Shaking down safety protocols and procedures

Protocols for emergency situations are important for college campuses, and having a campus in a geologically active state like California means being prepared for...

Earthquake shakes Los Angeles

A 4.4 magnitude earthquake took place this morning at 6:25 a.m. with the epicenter in Westwood, Calif. according to the United States Geological Survey. The...

Small earthquake felt in L.A.

Students on campus seem unaffected after the Greater Los Angeles area had a 4.3 earthquake. A small earthquake was mostly unfelt by students at Pierce...

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Laptop delay

As courses transitioned online, COVID-19 exposed the digital divide with students who have access to reliable internet and computer access and students who do...

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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

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Making a stand by taking a knee

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