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‘Dear colleague letter’ rescinded

After the rescission of Title IX, Pierce College is taking steps to educate and strengthen the campus community to protect faculty and students from...

Helping take the next step forward

The average length to transfer or obtain an associate’s degree from a community college is about two to six years, however, there's a place...

Marching for free education

Roundup News Editor-in-Chief Samantha Bravo documents the March for free education in this multimedia piece. Los Angeles residents organized a student march to urge...

Students march for free education

“Sign the bill” was chanted through the streets of Downtown Los Angeles as participants, including Pierce students, marched in support of tuition-free education to...

Hydration stations help education

Walking through triple-digit temperatures, the sun beaming down on your skin, the dry air chapping your lips as the beads of sweat drip. No,...

District responds to DACA decision

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced today that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is being rescinded. The Trump administration has given Congress a...

Education helps everyone

The Roundup newspaper encourages our readership to vote “Yes” on Proposition 55 on this year’s election ballot. Proposition 55 is essentially an extension of Proposition...

Pierce professors debate taxes and majors to alleviate student debt problems

College tuition has been rising for both community colleges and universities. Students now face tough choices when determining how to pay for higher education and...

Student loans: investing in the future or drowning in interest?

Writing a resume these days may have more to do with how much debt has accumulated than skills and experience, considering the price that...

Protest’s coffin makes its way across L.A. colleges

The “Education is Dead!” coffin that paraded through Pierce last month is expected to make its way through Los Angeles area colleges and universities...

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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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