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Los Angeles Pierce College

‘Abriendo caminos’ while opening doors

A 3 million dollar grant was awarded to Juana Mora the director of the project “Abriendo Caminos” at CSUN by the U.S. Department of...

Pursuing a childhood dream

The chance to fulfill a childhood dream is said to be a once in a lifetime opportunity. To take what is felt while watching...

What would you add to Pierce College?

Roundup reporters Nadine Gostantian and Dane Igharas asks the students of Pierce College what they would like to see added to the campus in...

If you could change one thing about Pierce, what would it be?

If you could change one thing about Pierce College, what would it be? Roundup reporter Tanya Castaneda asks the students on campus what is...

Falafelicious food truck

Reporter Gabriela Soriano interviews the owner of the Falafelicious food truck, one of the 3 food trucks that serve the campus of Los Angeles...

Slow and steady wins the race

Going the distance as she ripples through the water, Shany Ninio, of the Pierce swim team, has been set to kick her way through...

Architecture club to compete in annual competition

Architecture club will be joining Cal Poly San Luis Obispo for the first time in an annual Design Village competition starting April 15 to...

A strong voice for all to hear

Evan Henzi, 22, sits at a grand piano in room 3400 of the music department, playing and singing an original song called “Alien,” which...

Plan for Media Arts Building in limbo

The future location of the proposed Digital Arts and Media building continues to be up in the air after updates on the project last...

Accreditation committee delivers positive report

The Accreditation Steering Committee delivered a positive exit report Thursday, March 10 in the Great Hall after last accrediting Pierce College three years ago....

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Success in 60 second Tik Toks

When she was 13, Monique Jones hand-painted a rainbow on her face, took selfies and posted them on social media–proud of the finished product. The...

Stepping into a new role

When David Gomez attended his first Communication Association Club meeting last year as a chemistry major, he felt a strong sense of interconnectedness that...

A calling to help her community

Three years ago, a Birmingham Charter High School senior was an intern in the office of Congressman Brad Sherman, working the phones, listening patiently...

District focuses on racial issues and police reform

The Los Angeles Community College District hosted the event “Pursuing Racial Equity in Police Reform” on Nov. 12 to discuss racial disparities in policing...

Riding into the sunset

Player, coach and administrator. Jim Fenwick did almost everything in the sports world. And on Dec. 31, he’ll call it a day as he’s...
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