Music Technician

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Highly detailed multimedia student with experience in backline, concert booking, live sound, mixing and mastering, and photography.

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Pierce College Clothesline Event - The Roundup News

The Clothesline Project is a domestic violence awareness event put on once a semester by the ASO and B.R.A.V.E. The event was brought to campus by Holly Hagan, a book buyer at the bookstore, over 25 years ago. The project was created by the Cape Cod's Women's Defense Agenda in 1990 after learning of the ...

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Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration - The Roundup News

Every year, from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated across the nation. ASO Peer 2 Peer mentoring Program looked to bring the party to Pierce, with Hispanic Heritage inspired snacks and games for students to partake in.

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"For The Love Of Dog Film Festival Screening" - The Roundup News

The Department of English and Philosophy opened it's bi-annual Interdisciplinary Film Festival last Wednesday at the Great Hall. This year's theme being titled "Anthropomorphism: For the Love of Dog." Opening the festival was 1974's Benji, a film that follows a stray dog who saves two kidnapped children. Watching the opening film in ...

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Sweeping up certificates, one class at a time - The Roundup News

Cleaning may not be first on your list of fun things to do. However, a paycheck may be more of an incentive. Pierce's selection of cost-free vocational programs help students learn skills that can earn them a certificate and get them jobs. The Adult Education program is one that focuses on career certificates.

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Rising above the abuse - The Roundup News

The annual Clothesline Project returned to Pierce College on Oct. 17, 2018, to spread awareness about domestic abuse. According to the Clothesline Project, their mission statement "is to educate students and the community that violence is a problem everywhere, help is available, there is hope and a path to healing."

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Give them shelter - The Roundup News

For the first time, Pierce College became a designated evacuation center for the Red Cross, accepting anyone seeking safety from the Ventura County fires, with the total death toll at two people in Southern California section and the fire continuing to blaze. Residents have donated juices, energy beverages, protein bars, sandwiches and other snacks to ...

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