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Remedial classes dropped

Success rates and drop rates may seem like opposites, but a new law may challenge that notion. With Assembly Bill 705, increased drop rates may...

The unifying power of reading

In a class of 30 students, an average of six are classified as homeless. One Book, One Campus aims to emphasize this statistic with their...

Faculty concerned amid cuts

The removal of all English 21 classes throughout Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) at the end of Spring semester has left the English...

Survival of the fittest

Sometimes good things can spring from war – whether it be great works of art like Guernica and Jack Kerouac, or admirable men like...

Making a connection is the key to success

English can be a very daunting and stressful language to learn, especially for non-native speakers. A weekly event known as Communication Café offers ESL students...

No place for placement tests at Pierce

Students who have been at Pierce for more than a year remember the era of math and English placement tests. Now, Assembly Bill 705...

Leaping off the page with graphic lit

The orange hair appeared messy at first, but with a closer look, each neon spike, varied in length and width, is molded and angled...

Find the English brick road

For those that seek an associate’s degree in English, Pierce College is not the right fit. According to the Pierce website, there are over 80...

Spring into the Botanical Garden

During the past few years, the campus has undergone construction and upgrades to improve the look and feel of Pierce. In the center of...

The fundamentals can teach a thing or two

Faculty want their students to succeed, but sometimes the resources they provide aren’t enough to help everyone. That won’t stop them from implementing new...

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No sports for LACCD

After deciding to opt-out of early spring competition, Pierce College and all Los Angeles Community College District schools have decided to not compete in...

Pierce student catering for Netflix

Hard work, dedication and love are not the only things that get Pierce College student Angela Rodriguez through her 16-hour days working for her...

Cultivating the Community

Green thumbs don’t have to be for plants; they can be for communities too. During the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people have been struggling financially...

Staying active during the pandemic

Balancing work and a workout may not seem like an easy challenge for some people, but it’s not a problem for some Pierce students...

Students and workers becoming synonymous

Juggling work and academia is nothing new for Pierce College students, but the toll of a global pandemic has caused the increased need for...
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