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Friday, April 28, 2017

Big Teacher is watching you online

Academic honesty is stressed in pursuit of higher education, yet students find ways to cheat in class or in an online course. But professors at...

STOMP transfer frustrations away

More than 1,000 California community college students will be attending the annual UCLA STOMP Conference on April 28. The event will be from 8 a.m....

Discovering diverse departments

Colleges have one chance at a first impression, and while Pierce College was not at the top of some high school students’ list, “Discover...

OER courses remain unaddressed

The status of Online Educational Resources (OER) courses that a new professor must take over remains ambiguous in regards to the material used, causing...

You can go fund yourself

The ASO is encouraging older clubs to fundraise for themselves because money will be directed toward newer events and organizations, according to treasurer Mher...

Here, try this CAOT on for size

Use those finger swiping, double tapping hands to develop marketable skills in the Computer Applications and Office Technologies (CAOT) Department.   CAOT provides students the...

Forum introduces candidates

Senators and students are finishing their campaigns for four spots on the Associated Students Organization's executive board. ASO hosted a candidate’s forum on Monday to...

Film club asks “What’s In Sanity?”

The film series “What’s In Sanity?” will screen its first movie, “Taxi Driver,” on April 17 at 2 p.m. in the Great Hall as...

‘Discover Pierce’ an engaging student experience

Pierce’s motto ‘Soak It All In’ comes to life at Discover Pierce, giving students a glimpse of what it’s like to be a Pierce...

‘Abriendo caminos’ while opening doors

A 3 million dollar grant was awarded to Juana Mora the director of the project “Abriendo Caminos” at CSUN by the U.S. Department of...