Saturday, September 22, 2018

Online appointment problems

*Correction: The problem stated in the article is happening to the general counseling center. Students can make appointments with the Transfer Center despite the...

Glitch enrolls students late

Approximately 1,800 students were accidentally auto-enrolled across 1,100 different classes for the Fall 2018 semester, from the waitlist, due to a manual waitlist engine...

Pierce awarded grant from NASA

Students will be reaching for the stars after receiving a grant from NASA to establish the Introduction to the Solar System lab course. The proposal...

Taking the bus to school

A route for most bus drivers usually ends at the last stop, but for these employees it ends in the classroom. The Program for...

Textbooks arrive late

The delay of textbook shipments at the student store have caused students to have a late start in learning. Outside competition and late textbook...

Time to scrub down

Pierce farm animals can now rest easy in their since Pierce enacted a new biosecurity protocol. All visitors entering the animal enclosures at Pierce...

Deficit looming

At Monday’s academic senate meeting, Instructor of Psychology and Academic Senate Treasurer Angela Belden said that the budget committee is projecting a $4.8 million...

The Buck(ley) stops here

Life in Hawaii is often portrayed as more relaxed and care-free than on the mainland. Newly appointed Interim President Larry Buckley, a Hawaiian native,...

Pell grants unclaimed

Imagine up to $6,000 being handed to students to cover their school expenses. This happens every semester in the form of the Pell Grant,...

The guiding light

Since the Guided Pathways initiative has been set in motion at Pierce College, students have been receiving dozens of resources provided by Raffi Kahwajian...