Friday, February 15, 2019

Foundation staff discusses findings of review

At the order of the Pierce College Council’s budget committee, an independent accountant conducted a $17,000 review of the Pierce College Foundation, the results...

Shepard Stadium to reopen in a month

School has started for the fall semester but the construction of Shepard Stadium remains uncompleted forcing the football team to play on the road...

Bill to determine future of health fee

A trailer bill will soon be voted on that, if passed, would allow community college students to choose whether the health fee they currently...

Spring Festival hosts a variety of activities

The Associated Student Organization hosted a Spring Festival with an obstacle course, dunk tank and more at Pierce College’s Rocky Young Park. The event took...

Farm Center being evicted by administration

Pierce College is evicting the company that runs the Farm Center on the corner of De Soto Avenue and Victory Boulevard after nearly a...

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Find your path at the Job Fair

Students crowded the Great Hall searching for internships and job opportunities that could potentially launch the path to their desired career.   Pierce College hosted...

Advertised: Pierce pride

A greater emphasis on digital marketing is a part of Pierce’s advertising campaign, for which $100,000 has been allotted each fiscal year for the...

‘ENCORE’ discusses organs

The topic of discussion for the ENCORE/Oasis lecture series for the week of March 6 was on a very controversial subject: "Should We Be Allowed to Sell Our Organs: Ethical Ramifications." The lecture program hosts a meeting every week in the Campus Center to discuss issues that pertain to everyday life.

Weather change brings chill

It’s that time of the year again: that time we unwillingly trade in extended sunny days for short winter days, but are we shaking...