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Race and policing reevaluated

During a recent media teleconference, California Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley suggested those in attendance make a careful examination of the Los Angeles...

What is Denim Day?

In Italy in the 1990s, the Italian Supreme Court ruled against a young girl who said she was raped by her driving instructor. According...

Criminology major moves to CSUN

Cal. State Northridge is currently waiting for chancellor approval to create a criminology major for spring 2017. Until now, students who wanted to apply for...

Faculty elects new senate president

Change is in the forecast for Pierce with new officers elected to both the Academic Senate and the Associated Students Organization, interviews underway to...

From the streets to the classroom former police officer leads her department

    As the Department Chair of Political Science, Economics, Criminal Justice and Chicano studies, Kathy Oborn spent over thirty years as both a student and...

Senate announces new classes amid budget deficit

Pierce College will begin the fiscal year in a deficit, according to Vice President of Administrative Services Rolf Schleicher. Schleicher spoke at the Academic Senate...

Pierce wins award for GO Days program

Pierce College received an award for its outstanding community college program, according to an email by Academic Senate President Kathy Oborn. Counselor and GO Days Coordinator Joanna...

New student success plan passed by Academic Senate

The  Academic Senate unanimously voted for a new student success plan and low enrollment during its first meeting of the Fall 2014 semester on...

Pierce College Council addresses student success and construction plans

Members of the Pierce College Council (PCC) recommended to the school president a thorough cleanup of the Village classrooms at their Thursday meeting April 24. With a unanimous...

Alumnus back to make a difference

Additional reporting: Mike Washington  The dust-covered planes of what was once an all-male college that focused solely on agriculture have come a long way in...

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Pierce Reinstates Scholarship Awards

The Events and Recognition committee have announced the revival of a student scholarship program at the Academic Senate meeting on Feb.22. The scholarship program, which...

BRIEF: Pierce College President and LA city councilman attend vaccination site opening

Los Angeles City Councilmember Bob Blumenfield paid a visit to Pierce College to commemorate the opening of the new COVID-19 vaccination and testing site...

Pierce College becomes largest testing and vaccine site in the San Fernando Valley

More than a dozen cars lined Victory Boulevard Tuesday morning as residents waited for the opening of a new vaccination site at Pierce College.  Pierce,...

LACCD and LASD renew their contract for six months

Los Angeles Community College Department’s (LACCD) Board of Trustees in a special meeting Saturday,  Dec. 12,  renewed its contract with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s...

Profs prepare

Pierce College professors are preparing their online coursework for the upcoming semesters as courses are expected to remain online until at least through spring. As...
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