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Six degrees of social justice

The sound of police sirens approaching from a distance may comfort some, but to others it’s a noise associated with anxiety of potential brutality. This...

Pulling at each others’ strings since they were young

As he sat and strummed his guitar, the musician filled the room with emotions through the compositions he played that were based on folk...

‘Twelfth Night’ strikes comedic gold

When you begin to imagine the illustrious world of Shakespeare most would see witches conjuring spells and lovers wandering the streets of Verona. It...

Stupid bird soars

Unrequited affection, a tortured artist, a dysfunctional family—seemingly the ingredients for just another cliched story. However, the Pierce College Theatre Department’s production of Aaron...

Con: Proctorio

I don’t condone academic dishonesty, but it's incredibly naive to think you can prevent it. Cheaters will always find a way to cheat; that’s...

Review: A mile in their shoes

Dance Production: Myths, Tales, and Fables In the right hands (or feet), the ability to tell a story can cross the seemingly insurmountable boundaries raised...

The last chapter for London’s greatest fictitious detective

The actors are readied and the stage is set at the Pierce College Performing Arts Mainstage for the last chapter of London’s greatest fictitious...

Theatre department delivers a solid performance of the classic play Waiting for Godot

Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot is a classic play that has always been open to interpretation. Some think the play is about God ,...

Dance, dance

The Pierce College Performing Arts department got into the holiday spirit a little early with their annual fall concert cleverly titled “Dance Wrapped with...

Foundation staff discusses findings of review

At the order of the Pierce College Council’s budget committee, an independent accountant conducted a $17,000 review of the Pierce College Foundation, the results...

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The Asian American and Pacific Islander college community speak up

Hate crimes against the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community have increased since March 2020, creating waves of protests across the country. Pierce College librarian...

BRIEF: California community college sports competitions to return

The California Community College Athletic Association in a statement affirmed their plans to have competition starting next school year. With vaccination eligibility open for everyone...

Senate reassess school code of ethics

Enrollment, engagement and ethics were the main topics at the April 26 Academic Senate meeting via Zoom.  Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs Donna-Mae Villanueva...

Getting in shape safely and distanced on campus

With vaccination rates rising in Los Angeles County, more activities have restarted, including in-person athletic conditioning for student athletes at Pierce College. Conditioning, which began...

Little Free libraries

 Much like a Little Free Library, a college campus is what the surrounding community contributes to it. Pierce College is an ideal place to have...
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