Thursday, May 28, 2020

New building proposal stirs controversy

Pierce will be undergoing major changes to its campus within the next decade, one being the new multi-purpose academic workforce education building (MPAWE), which...

Brahma Pantry continues to provide services to students

The Brahma Pantry's plans to help students during the school closure extends to more than just providing food. The pantry is still providing services...

VP of Academic Affairs leaves Pierce

Vice President of Academic Affairs Sheri Berger announced through an email that she has accepted a similar role at Compton College and will leave...

Fall semester plans detailed

Fall semester classes will be offered online and the cost will remain $46 per unit, said Vice President of Academic Affairs Sheri Berger in...

BRIEF: Stimulus in check

The CARES act has authorized the U.S. Department of Education to provide stimulus funding for universities and colleges, including Pierce College, to help navigate...

Government relief money excludes some students

The four COVID-19 response teams discussed short and long term goals for online education in an online Zoom meeting April 24.  Pierce College President Alexis...

Pierce student wins scholarship

Months before graduating high school, Kyle Becerra was ready to give up on education.  But after completing two years worth of high school in one...

Students of all ages

Since the shutdown of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), many Pierce professors and students have doubled up as their children’s teachers while...

Fall goes online

The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) has decided to keep courses in their online format through the fall 2020 semester, but some professors...

Looking COVID-19 in the eye

A man alone on his deathbed looked over at his wife and son. He wanted to be able to hold them close, but he was...

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