Alexander Moreno


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My name is Alexander Moreno, I'm a passionate self taught photographer, who is now majoring in photojournalism at Los Angeles Pierce College. I look forward to the experiences and lessons that I will conquer in my journey. I'm open to new opportunities and environments, while constantly seeking great shots with my Cannon Rebel SL1 at hand.

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SEASON PREVIEW: Water polo ready to hit the pool - The Roundup News

After a rocky start playing two back-to-back games at the preseason Valley Tournament, the water polo team prepare for their season opener. Unlike other fall sports at the Pierce, the water polo team typically begins practicing right when the semester starts, as opposed to starting in the summer.

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Vintage Market - The Roundup News

The monthly Vintage Market comes to Pierce, bringing customers and vendors together to form a community of eclectic buyers of antiques and artifacts from all around the world. Now in its sixth year, the Vintage Market is hosted by Patrice Curedale and Lori Rotblatt. According to the pair, they began small and flourished into what ...

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'Beetlejuice' and Cookies - The Roundup News

The Pierce College English Club hosted an All Hallows Eve event open to all students. The event featured a costume contest, snacks, and a movie screening Wednesday in the Great Hall. Guests were also invited to write their favorite book quote onto a poster. English Club voted on which movie to watch.

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A night with the stars - The Roundup News

As soon as the sun set Monday, students gathered around the Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes to look at planets and listen to Dale Fields speak. Early into the night, there was a shooting star, and Fields, the astronomy adviser, said he had not seen one as bright in about six years.

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Two-sport coach - The Roundup News

While coaches in the offseason are recruiting new players for their teams, there are others that are immediately transitioning to coach another sport. For quarterbacks coach Jeremy Boyle it's no different. When he is not on the sidelines, he is in the dugout coaching the junior varsity and freshmen/sophomore teams at El Camino Real High School.

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Game Preview: West LA Tourney - The Roundup News

The Brahmas are getting prepared for the upcoming West L.A. Tournament after their win against College on Nov. 20. The other colleges participating are Glendale, Compton, LA Valley, Santa Ana, Long Beach and Barstow. During the tournament, the Brahmas will be competing against Glendale Community College first.