Sunday, August 18, 2019

Student brings Pierce issues to the State Capitol

Just three years after coming to the United States, Isha Pasricha, 19, wants to make a difference by representing the student body on campus...

Waiting for Dark

The Astronomy Society takes a break from civilization to take in some sights of galactic proportions.


Veterans find Camaraderie

  From bunkers to study groups, the Student Veterans of America Club are showing that although the transition from military life to civilian life is...

Wireless Internet expansions

With information moving at the speed of light, how is Pierce College going to cope with the need of wireless Internet connectivity on campus?


Internationally recognized artist set to speak

Art speaker Kim Abeles will be speaking at Pierce College Nov. 6 at 1 p.m. in the Art 3300 classroom. According to Abeles, social issues are the main focus and inspiration for her artwork. Her work includes sculptures, painting and photographs. "I like to do things the hard way.

Top 10: Study snacks

1. Nuts Pistachios, almonds, walnuts, and peanuts contain a high amount of crucial fatty acids to help the students’ endeavors. Also, they are a good source...

Horticulture instructor will help grow program

Despite the recent closing of the Pierce College farm, new agriculture instructor Savanah St. Clair aspires to further grow and develop the agricultural program. St....

Animal Science, Medicine, and Events bring students together

A red banner displayed across the board reading “Pierce College Veterinary Science Program” in bold white letters, greets a cluster of laughing, mingling students...

Robert Ono says his goodbyes

After 32 years teaching Chemistry at Pierce, Robert Ono will join the latest round of Pierce professors set to retire.   “My wife and I would...

Professor takes unique approach to student success

"Make it sexy!" As one can tell, this isn't the average English class. It is exactly this eccentricity and energy that sets Professor David Gonzalez apart from other professors of English. "Personally, I'm whacky," said Gonzalez, who has been teaching at Pierce College for six years.

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