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No classes on Election Day

Pierce College promises to “increase opportunities for student access, readiness, retention, and success” as stated in their mission statement goals. But Pierce will fail...

Recording Zoom lectures should be mandatory

Zoom has become the primary platform for lectures. Students taking multiple classes may end up with “Zoom fatigue” from back-to-back classes. To relieve added stress, Pierce...

Sign up to study

Homes have become childcare centers, offices and learning places in the span of six months.  While going through these changes, many students aren’t able to...

Open Educational Resources are helpful

College is expensive and educational materials required by classes add to that amount.  Open Educational Resources (OER) should be widely implemented and advertised by institutions...

Students can’t copyright, why can teachers?

Teachers are important members in society who educate and inspire the leaders of tomorrow. So it can be disappointing for students to go into a...

Catching Zzz’s to keep your A’s

The library and the Associated Student Organization building are a few of the only places on campus where students can sit, study and relax,...

There’s no line for online

  Obsolete. That is the best word to describe Pierce College’s late class-adding system. Three weeks have passed since the fall semester started, and the dust has...

Pierce should try to conserve water

With thousands of students and faculty constantly on campus, colleges use up a ton of water. Although it flows freely from our sinks and...

LACCD should lobby MTA to subsidize students

With the growing cost of community colleges reaching the level of some universities, many students are hurting financially. If community colleges are to maintain...

Ignoring prerequisites poses academic obstacles

Students who are unprepared for advanced courses may in fact be handicapping their grade point average if they can’t cut it. Is it better...

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Southern gothic classic reimagined in contemporary East Los Angeles

Urban strongman Stanley Kowalski’s personal kryptonite arrives for an extended stay.  Stella and Stanley’s perfectly imperfect married life quickly unravels when sister Blanche arrives on...

Students showcase work in virtual film festival

Pierce College Film Club hosted the 4th annual film festival Friday, Nov. 20, allowing students with love for film to showcase their favorite creations.  Many...

LACCD and LASD going separate ways

The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) will terminate its contract with Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) after failure to reach mutually agreeable...

Preview: The Bull Magazine Fall 2020

A person suffering from anxiety finds comfort in picturing her worries going down the drain. A community leader grows up queer in a religious family. A...

Sheriff Department leaving campus

Negotiations with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and Pierce College have ended with President Alexis Montevirgen looking for an alternate security group for...
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