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Student Grads Should Resend their Email Requests to be Posted on Marquee

NOTICE: Due to the recent email crash, some Pierce emails sent between 5/5 and 5/25/15 are currently lost. ALL STUDENTS WHO ARE GRADUATING, TRANSFERRING, EARNING A DEGREE OR CERTIFICATE, and would like to be posted on the electronic marquee on Victory Boulevard NEED TO RESEND THEIR INFORMATION TO news@piercecollege.edu. [more]

Indulge in the Icebox Philosopher’s Cabaret on May 28

Pierce students celebrate the creative exploration of philosophical ideas with this mixed media event that combines digital video, live spoken word, and live performance at the Great Hall. [more]

Pierce Dance Theatre to Give Good "Impressions" this Weekend in Concert

"Impressions" is the Spring Dance Concert to be presented by the Pierce College Dance Theatre as their end of term capstone event. Enjoy the inspiring choreographic work students and faculty have done this term in dance. Three performances begin Friday, May 29, 2015. [more]

Students To Be Celebrated for their Achievements on Marquee

Pierce student achievements will be highlighted on the electronic marquee at the corner of Victory and Winnetka beginning June 8, 2015. Look for the names of students who are transferring from Pierce College to a university or college, or who have earned a degree or certificate this June. Students who would like to be shown on the marquee must send an email to news@piercecollege.edu with the following information by Friday, June 5... [more]

Be a Part of the Commencement Ceremony for Pierce's Class of 2015

Celebrate the hard work and achievements of Pierce College’s Class of 2015 at the 67TH Commencement Ceremony, Tuesday, June 9, 2015. Join us at 6 p.m. under the shade of the trees in Rocky Young Park. Author-director-producer Rick Najera will be Pierce College’s keynote speaker. [more]

Calling all Speech 101 Students—Ready to Join the Annual Speech Tournament?

Professors organizing the Third Annual Pierce College Speech Tournament are looking for current Speech 101 students to join in the competition on Friday, May 15, 2015 from 12 to 5 p.m. Participating students and everyone who would like to watch will begin in the Village, and the finalists will move on to the Great Hall. Winners will earn cash prizes--$200 for first place, $100 for second place, and $75 for third place. [more]

The Pierce College Philosophy Club Presents the Icebox Student Contest

Icebox invites you to participate in our Pierce College STUDENT CONTEST! This semester's theme for the Icebox student contest is View through the Rabbit Hole: the Paradox of Perspec-tive. Enter poetry or art to the contest for Icebox, a visual art and literature journal that aims to inspire and illuminate its readers by converging the worlds of art, literature, and philosophy. Winners will also receive a cash prize. [more]