Saturday, October 21, 2017

Former student athlete charged with vehicular manslaughter

Former Brahmas soccer player Alexia Cina was arrested Wednesday, charged with felony vehicular manslaughter and driving under the influence following the death of 37-year-old...

Change in event catering

All catering on campus will need to give Pacific Dining and the Brahma Cafe “first right of refusal” when planning events that require food...

On-campus vehicle accidents rose within the last nine months

Campus officials stated that the number of students struck by cars on campus rose during the last nine months speculating a parallel increase in...

District encourages college to cooperate in the emergency drill Thursday

Los Angeles Community College District Safety and Emergency Services Manager William Ramirez sent out an email regarding the Great California Shakeout that will be...

Gov. Jerry Brown approves AB19, for one year free education

Gov. Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 19 Friday, making the first year of community college free for high school students. According to the LA Times,...

Car versus motorcycle collision on Winnetka Ave

A blue Honda truck struck a motorcycle on Winnetka Ave near the Orange Line Station around 1:35 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 13. A witness, who...

‘Dear colleague letter’ rescinded

After the rescission of Title IX, Pierce College is taking steps to educate and strengthen the campus community to protect faculty and students from...

Remedials will remain

California State Universities will no longer require remedial classes in English and math for first-time freshmen. However, this new policy will not change Pierce’s...

Hep A outbreak

Clean, healthy living is usually used to describe what goes in someone’s body. But a similar mindset could keep something out. The Pierce College...

Course cancellation on agenda

Before the fall semester, department chairs requested that low enrolled classes not be cancelled prematurely. Not all classes were saved, but the Academic Senate hopes...