Monday, November 12, 2018

Shelter residents receive update and continued support

As the fires continue to rage on, Pierce College and its current current residents continue to receive supplies and services as they keep faith...

Woolsey fire update

With the death toll rising to 23 people and over 70,000 acres burned, the Red Cross disaster relief has been at Pierce College tirelessly...

Equestrian Center is over capacity for evacuated animals

With the flames ablaze and large animal owners searching for a place to shield their pets, the Pierce College Equestrian Center took over capacity...

Pierce houses Red Cross evacuation center

Red Cross and Operation Blankets of Love vans loaded out supplies in front of the South Gym at Pierce College as evacuees from the...

BRIEF: Borderline Bar Shooting

At least 12 people were killed and 18 were injured when former marine and Ian David Long allegedly opened fire in the Borderline Bar...

Hanging on the Garland of Dreams

Pierce College Interim President Larry Buckley launched a campaign to further student engagement at the Transfer Fair. The I AM initiative has already made...

Sweeping up certificates, one class at a time

  Cleaning may not be first on your list of fun things to do. However, a paycheck may be more of an incentive. Pierce’s selection...

Pierce success rate increases

Increasing in popularity, online courses are proving to be a thriving method of education that has led to a rise in success at Pierce....

Students lobby for new degree

When students transfer from Pierce, they can now move on to greener pastures with the Animal Science Transfer degree. Pierce College recently approved and is...

Transfer Fair

      You may have noticed your professor wearing a shirt from a different college. Or maybe you noticed The Mall was even more packed than...