Wednesday, April 18, 2018

News

Cast your ballot online

  Students seeking representation on campus will have the opportunity to amplify their voices and cast their ballots for Los Angeles Community College District’s (LACCD)...

Student building needs student support

It's a place to relax in between breaks. It's a center created solely for students. The Student Union Building, by students, for students, can host...

Gym remodeling, $400,000 project

The North and South gyms were reconstructed after a student reportedly slipped and fell, Director of Plant Facilities Paul Nieman said. “We looked at the...

Wi-Fi woes

Most people have become reliant on the internet for the majority of daily tasks. The Pierce College community is no different. Many assignments are...

Efficient with solar panels

Have you ever wondered how Pierce College, with it’s 426 acres of land, powers its buildings and infrastructure? Well, in large part, you can...

Sports

The man behind the team’s success

From ball boy to head coach, the head coach Long Dao encourages his players to...

Swimming for her goals

While most infants and children are learning the basics of swimming, for Cassidy Hoffman it...

Men’s volleyball has homecourt advantage for regionals

Two nights after clinching the Western State North title, men’s volleyball completed a perfect 6-0...

Brahmas win conference title in doubles

After no tournament play for two consecutive seasons, Tennis comes back to win the Western...

Volleyball clinches conference title

Men’s volleyball clinched the Western State North Conference title Wednesday night in the final home...

Brahmas bounce back to seal win over the Wildcats

Baseball came back from behind to secure a walk off win against the West Los...

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Wireless infidelity

Pierce College has a Wi-Fi problem. Go almost anywhere on campus and the Wi-Fi connection is inconsistent to say the least. The separation between...

Exit – but wait, which way?

On Wednesday, March 7, Pierce students were told to leave campus following a credible threat made against the college. Knowledge of the shutdown was...