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Students miss out on college aid

More than a  year into the pandemic, the higher education sector continues to see a trend in the decline of applications for financial aid,...

CARES fund is on the way

In an effort to bring financial relief, Los Angeles Pierce College launched the CARES Emergency fund for students who have been impacted by COVID-19. As...

Opening the doors of opportunity

Immigration continues to be a controversial topic in the public opinion just as voters around the country cast their ballots during the current presidential...

Remedials will remain

California State Universities will no longer require remedial classes in English and math for first-time freshmen. However, this new policy will not change Pierce’s...

New law neglects old problem

A two-tier system that allows California community college officials to charge more than $200 per unit for additional high-demand classes will do little to affect...

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Summer enrollment down

The current low numbers for student enrollment for the summer session may result in job losses due to the substantial drop of revenue, according...

UCLA Day leads the way to becoming a Bruin

UCLA receives more applications each year than any other school in America, but what many people don't realize is there are methods to help...

ASO launches Clothesline Project online

Pierce College’s Associated Student Organization (ASO) launched its annual Clothesline Project virtually on April 28 to spread awareness, and to help those who have...

Putting the spotlight on increasing diversity

The California Community Colleges (CCC) held a series of webinars for Black Student Success Week, which focused on amplifying the voices of Black students...

Los Angeles County holds COVID-19 vaccine town hall

The Los Angeles County of Public Health held a virtual town hall on the COVID-19 vaccines as more Los Angeles residents continue to get...
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