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ASO Club Council president shines through

Walking down the Pierce College Mall, it’s hard not to notice the abundance of booths and smiling faces. Club Rush is in full-effect, and much...

The new elected ASO treasurer

The new Associated Student Organization (ASO) treasurer at Pierce College beats the odds by making a difference. Walking through the ASO office ready to start...

First woman elected to lead Moorpark American Legion

Growing up with both parents in the Navy, a grandfather who served in World War I and World War II, it only seemed natural...

Pierce College student performs coupon magic

Checklist in one hand and coupons in the other, you might find this petite mother of two working her magic in your local grocery...

Award-winning artist refines skills at Pierce

There wasn’t a bare wall in her apartment; paintings of green landscapes, abstract shapes and portraits were hung all around, giving the beige rooms...

Art professor returns to Pierce after battling cancer

Victory doesn't always comes from winning an event or sport, it can also be won on the verge of death. In May of 2013, Assistant...

Suspended student apprehended in library

  Approximately 3:15 p.m. March 18, a female was extricated from the Library and temporarily held in a patrol car in the parking lot near...

Female student faints in North Gym classroom

Campus police and paramedics responded to the North Gym when an unidentified female student passed out in classroom 5602 around 1:30 p.m. according to...

Student data website in the process of modernization

In recent years the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) has been working to modernize the Student Information System (SIS), which is used to...

Counselor’s fair answers student questions

Students received free pizza and college counseling advice during the first Counselors Fair hosted by the Student Advisory Board. The fair took place in the...

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Free rapid testing site on campus

After nearly a year since the first known case of COVID-19, testing still is not easy for everyone to access for free.  Even though Los...

Jackie Lacey gone

Black Lives Matter Los Angeles organized weekly protests to show support and stand with the families of those killed by police. One rally cry from...

Former journalism professor dies

“See me after class,” the words no student ever wants to hear, ended up changing the course of one student’s life. Professor Robert “Bob” Scheibel...

Allies against racism

After weeks of discussions, amendments and delays, the Academic Senate decisively approved the Resolution Against Systemic Racism with only one opposing vote. During the public...
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