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St.A.S.H. food amidst COVID-19

Some students remain food insecure as people are panic buying food at supermarkets to prepare for self-quarantine for the COVID-19 virus. Before the campus closure,...

Feeding students’ bodies and souls

When D’arcy Corwin was a college student, she didn’t know who to talk to about the resources made available to her. Now, she’s helping...

Giving back for the holidays

All Pierce clubs have a unique purpose on campus. These few combine their efforts to help struggling students in need. The Communication Association hosted a...

St.A.S.H. house

Food can be purchased at three locations on campus: the cafeteria, student store and the Brahma Cafe. But in a small room in IRIS...

St.A.S.H. Bash open mic

From poetry and artwork, to dance and spoken word, students took the stage to share their talents in hopes of bringing awareness to the...

A not-so-secret ST.A.S.H. for those in need

Students have been told for generations that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Before taking a test, students are told to...

Latest news

BRIEF: Sports on hold until 2021

The California Community College Athletics Association (CCCAA) Board of Directors approved the implementation of the Contingency Plan (Plan D) for the return of athletics...

Column: Racist statues still on campus

As racial tensions in the U.S. continue to grow, I would think that Pierce College would want to eliminate any chance of one of...

LACCD Juneteenth March for Our Lives

People gathered for Los Angeles Community College District’s (LACCD) Juneteenth March for Our Lives event on Flower Street and Washington Boulevard near Los Angeles...

LACCD student dies after deputy-involved shooting

            Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) student Andres Guardado died after a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) involved shooting on June 18. He...

The Heroes Among Us

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWoXFv0TGxI&feature=youtu.be Karla Avalos photographs and films essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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