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New member of Diversity Committee gets social

People often think of librarians as quiet people with their heads buried in books, but there’s one librarian who’s as savvy in the social...

Protest

Seven students marched down the Mall carrying white signs, shouting their discontent through a megaphone, then proceeded to sit on the ground in front...

Something old, something new

The Library / Learning Crossroads provides students with resources, such as access to computers, books, and a quiet environment. This semester, it will open...

A look into a storied past

A sense of community and empathy are created when revisiting the past of others. The Black History display in the library includes books authored...

Safety zone training

The Queer Brahma Collective (QBC) is hosting a Safe Zone training this Thursday for campus leaders, faculty and students after recent harassment affected the...

Marching in another’s shoes

Mario Macias is not undocumented, but he could've been. His father was able to make him a citizen as a child, but that does...

An interview with Mario Macias

Staff reporter Christian Juarez interviews Mario Macias, librarian at the Library / Learning Crossroads, on his daily routine.

A social media friendly library

The library conjures images of people quietly studying, surrounded by books. But one man plans to change the parochial idea of the library and...

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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...

BRIEF: Football to return in the spring

The Southern California Football Association released the schedule for the spring 2021 season. All sports including football were moved to next semester because of...

Cool relief for a hot LA

After walking for miles on Sepulveda Boulevard in search of cans and plastic bottles to trade for income, Jose M. frequents a refrigerator painted...

Artistic response to racial violence

Trayvon Martin, a Black 17-year-old, was killed in 2012 by George Zimmerman, who was a part of his local neighborhood watch. In response to Zimmerman’s...

Coffee, conversations and computers

Pierce College President Alexis Montevirgen virtually opened his doors on Oct 14. to host the second Zoom session of Coffee and Conversation with the...
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