Monday, March 18, 2019

Pesticides removed

Written by Shaleah Green and Natalie Miranda  Pierce College has initiated the use of peppermint oil and barn owl boxes to help rid the campus...

Assembly Bill concerns senate

Allowing homeless students to sleep in their cars may solve one problem, but it introduces another. Theses issues were brought up at Academic Senate on...

Retired professor of speech and debate dies at 81

James  “Jim” Lagerstrom, known for establishing and leading the cultivation of the Pierce College American Sign Language Interpreter Training Program, which is still in...

New scoreboard helps attract athletes

Pierce College Football awaits a new scoreboard that would be more functional, raise student morale, help with recruiting and generate money as an advertising...

H2O on the go: water made more convenient

Searching for a water fountain to refill your reusable water bottle is about to become easier with new additions to campus. Six water bottle filling...

AB 302 might bring a home to someone near you

Home for most students is a place with four walls, for others it’s four doors. Assembly Bill 302 was introduced on Jan. 1, 2019, and...

Online difficulty sparks issues for student enrollment

It may feel different to see the class roster that used to be full of people a few years ago now having only a...

Honors program has unique opportunity

*CORRECTION: Komalpreet Batth was misquoted in the original version of this story. The correct quote is “A lot of people don't even know that's...

Mapping out free speech

Pierce College has expanded its free speech zone, which is open to the public, and it added three speech areas that are specifically for...

More Sacramento grant money gives hope to students

Students on financial aid programs at colleges in California may soon have access to more funding to cover the rising cost of education. Two...

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