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Japanese club brings Japanese culture

Walking through the Torii gate inside the Great Hall, students and faculty got a blast of Japanese culture such as calligraphy, origami and onigiri...

Visualizing film through sound

Imagine watching a movie but not being able to visualize it. For people with visual impairments, it is difficult to understand the elements hidden...

Say it loud and proud

Story by Gina Wong and Susan Lopez Public speaking can be someone’s greatest fear, but for others, they find it as a way to communicate...

Keep calm because you’re transferring on

If 2017 is any indication, more than 1,100 students enrolled at Pierce will go to CSUN and about 100 will attend UCLA in the...

Faculty Appreciation Banquet

Results from the Faculty Appreciation Banquet, which was held on Wednesday, April 24 in the Great Hall. Faculty Appreciation Winners Spring 2019 This information was provided...

Celebrating culture

Diversity comes in different colors, shapes and sizes. A community can learn from each other as everyone has their own struggles and tribulations. This...

Town hall at the Great Hall

The search for a permanent president is underway, and, in a town hall style meeting, LACCD Chancellor Francisco Rodriguez met with members of the...

Check yourself in at the Student Health Fair

Eye exams, blood pressure checks, and diabetes testing. These medical visits may cost a couple hundred dollars, but at Pierce, students receive these services...

Find your path at the Job Fair

Students crowded the Great Hall searching for internships and job opportunities that could potentially launch the path to their desired career.   Pierce College hosted...

National protest spurs local student action

“This is what democracy looks like—” Bella Aguilar-Rosil shouted through a megaphone as she led a crowd of students and faculty to the north...

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Column: Not voting isn’t the flex you think it is

Don’t get me wrong, it is easy to understand the basis behind feeling that you can’t morally support one candidate or the other, but...

Enrollment down but holding steady

Pierce College is second among the nine Los Angeles Community College District schools in terms of headcount and enrollment, compared to where the school...

Play honors voices for equality

Maya Angelou’s poem “Caged Bird” spoke volumes in 1969 about the injustices of those who suffer oppression at the hands of systemic racism. More...

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...

Clothesline Project online

Even students who didn’t know about the Clothesline Project likely saw last October dozens of t-shirts hanging between trees in Rocky Young Park with...
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