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Column: Letter from the editor

COVID-19 has fundamentally changed how we act. We at the Roundup continue to strive to provide excellent news coverage to everyone on our digital...

One small act is all it takes

Gift-giving may feel rewarding to most, but for some, it can change their lives.  Angelita Rovero, the advisor of MEChA, created the Wish Upon An...

UC and CSU still accepting applications

Application deadlines for six University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU) campuses have been extended past the Nov. 30 deadline, according to...

CalWORKS joins the season of giving

College can be difficult for anyone, but it can be especially challenging for students with children.  CalWORKS is a state-funded program that provides financial assistance...

Answering the call

Imagine getting a call from one of your professors telling you to enroll in the upcoming semester.  That just might happen on Saturday, Dec. 7,...

Brief: Sign-ing off

Originally designed as a way for the Associated Students Organization (ASO) to inform people of events and other information, the marquee in front of...

“Our Town” comes home

A play without scenery and props in which the actors move chairs and stairs around the stage may seem like a simple, bare-bones production,...

Director steps out from behind the curtain

In College, Michael Sande never expected he could make a career out of his passion for theater. But only a few years later, Sande...

Preview: Holiday choir and band mash-up

The semester may be ending, but the festivities are just beginning at Pierce College.  The choir and symphonic band will be performing their annual festive...

Pierce student dies in car accident

Reported by: Peter Villafane and Alejandra Aguilera Correction Pierce President Alexis Montevirgen said Cesar Perez was a member of MEChA de Pierce. He was not a...

Latest news

Promoting student engagement in the political process

First time voters can get overwhelmed by propositions on the ballot, but the Bipartisan Policy Center is working on educating students about them for...

Controversial statues still on campus

Since the widespread protests that erupted from the killing of George Floyd, statues across the country were torn down as a rise against racism. Now,...

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...

Laptop delay

As courses transitioned online, COVID-19 exposed the digital divide with students who have access to reliable internet and computer access and students who do...

Under Smoky Skies

Surrounding fires have filled the skies with smoke and have caused unhealthy air conditions for large parts of Los Angeles County, including Woodland Hills. The...
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