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Student building needs student support

It's a place to relax in between breaks. It's a center created solely for students. The Student Union Building, by students, for students, can host...

Opt-out might impact events

Pierce hosts a collection of extracurricular activities each semester. Events such as the film festival, speech tournament, Cinco de Mayo and Day of Politics...

Let’s go clubbing on the Mall

Each semester, Associated Student Organization (ASO) hosts Club Rush, an event that provides a space for groups on campus to recruit new members and...

Club Rush is a must

Club Rush is back to show off what Pierce College’s extracurriculars have to offer. Changes came to Club Rush last semester to establish a...

Food, clothes and shelter for all

A dancer and theater lover, Gisela Tarifa, grew up performing and experiencing the relationship between culture and art. That relationship taught her the importance...

Young American for change

The appeal of politics has grown within the youth population through recent years, especially during and following the 2016 presidential election. Millennials have formed...

Clubs Rush; Moving Forward Together

Club Rush hit the Mall again on Wednesday, Sept. 13 and Thursday, Sept. 14 to give students a chance to learn about the clubs...

DACA student leads by example

Back straight rising from his chair, Efren Lopez strides across the room during an Academic Senate meeting to report about a protest and advocate...

ASO elections: The results are in

The Associated Students Organization (ASO) executive board candidates hit the Mall hard as they tried to sway students to vote for them on April...

Latest news

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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