Friday, February 22, 2019

Blue, red and every color in between

  With the world being so divided on a political front, it’s in this club where differences are put aside to speak as one. The Political...

California still burning

As the fall winds kicked up to a gusty 86 mph (near hurricane speeds) combined with the dry November air, it was a perfect...

Give them shelter

For the first time, Pierce College became a designated evacuation center for the Red Cross, accepting anyone seeking safety from the Ventura County fires,...

Wrapped up in a blanket of love

In some households, animals are considered family members. Operation Blankets of Love and Veterinary Angels Medical Center are working in collaboration to help animals impacted...

Equestrian Center is over capacity for evacuated animals

With the flames ablaze and large animal owners searching for a place to shield their pets, the Pierce College Equestrian Center took over capacity...

Pierce houses Red Cross evacuation center

Red Cross and Operation Blankets of Love vans loaded out supplies in front of the South Gym at Pierce College as evacuees from the...

Stepping up when needed

  Students often have the desire to participate, but lack the knowledge and experience needed. But the new Vice President of the Associated Student Organization...

A hero they deserve

  The world of superheroes isn’t just confined to the pages of a comic book. To some, being a hero involves a secret identity and...

Hanging on the Garland of Dreams

Pierce College Interim President Larry Buckley launched a campaign to further student engagement at the Transfer Fair. The I AM initiative has already made...

Day of the dead

  Pierce College’s Dia De Los Muertos celebration reminds students of the greater aspects of life. The yearly event was held on campus last Thursday...