Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Poor planning leads to low homecoming attendance

Without a king or queen, or much involvement from the clubs for a unique new arrangement the Associated Students' Organization (ASO) planned for Saturday's homecoming, few in attendance realized that the game was Pierce College's official homecoming game. Cheerleading coach Jenny Johnson organized the 2004 and 2005 homecomings, and had planned on continuing the traditional event, complete with king and queen this year.

Open Study Hall: Finally, somewhere to study

Pierce College’s second Open Study Hall began its second week in the Great Hall on Monday, providing space for students to study with tutors...

ASO funds the campus

Illustration By: Maria Salvador     The Associated Students Organization (ASO), the student government on campus, is responsible for funding a variety of clubs and events on...

It’s on all of us

It can happen to anyone. Among undergraduate students, 23.1 percent of females and 5.4 percent of males experience some form of sexual harassment or...

ASO approves funding for Makerspace club

The Associated Students Organization approved $1,743 worth of funding for the MakerSpace club during the senate meeting on March 15, 2016, at the Great...

Pierce College students tackle social issues through Town Hall

Instructors at Pierce College have announced plans to host an interdisciplinary “Town Hall” based on the nationally recognized California State University, Chico model. The Town...

Library extends hours of operation for finals week

With funding from the Associated Student Organization, the Library/Learning Crossroads will be open this weekend Saturday, May 31 and Sunday, June 1 from 11 a.m....

Vigil held for Nepalese earthquake victims

The Associated Student Organization hosted a candlelight vigil this week to collect and encourage donations in support of the people affected by the recent...