Pierce College open access Wi-Fi has been turned off for security upgrades, according to a post on the Pierce College Facebook page. The issue is expected to be resolved this month. According to Pierce College librarian Clayton Gediman, the computers in the library are available for students Monday through Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. […]
Prospective students in the field of political science get hands-on experience with an internship that takes them into the courtroom. Pierce College Associate Professor Denise Robb has been helping students interested in law fields, and continues to advise students on what courses to take to transfer. “I wanted to start a judicial internship program,” Robb […]
Power went out on campus around 6:24 a.m. this morning Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016. According to Maria Moe, spokesperson for the Department of Water and Power, it is a single phase condition and it could have been a blown jumper. “We’ve received information before 8 a.m.” Moe said. “There are currently crews on Brahma Drive.” […]
Student and faculty at Pierce College protest his policies in a peaceful manner.
Swinging one leg over her horse, styling her sandy blonde hair braided to one side, Scarlet Walker, 25, gets ready to saddle up for a day of riding. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Walker has always been around a horse environment. Her parents taught her everything she knows about animals, specifically horses. “I’ve been […]
A power outage occurred on campus on Wednesday, Nov. 9. around 4:30 p.m. According to Pierce College Sheriff Deputies, all evening classes are cancelled due to the wide power outage. **Updated on 6:30 p.m. Quotes added by Taylor Arthur and Salvador Fariaz** Pierce College student Hannah Nuce was listening to music while doing homework in […]
Students interested in the industrial technology field have the opportunity to be interviewed by companies who are offering employment, internships and temporary assignments. The industrial technology event will be today from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Great Hall. Raffi Kahwajian, program specialist for LA Regional Career Pathways, coordinated the hiring event and said it […]
Hidden behind a polite smile and a modest demeanor, Amir Haghi, 19, juggles a schedule routinely divided between school, athletics, and the demands of student club life. Despite the chaotic lifestyle, Haghi intends to find time for the student body as its new vice president of the Associated Students Organization (ASO). Haghi recently moved from […]