Friday, January 18, 2019

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....

‘Pierce Idol’ to give students their time to shine

Aspiring student vocalists will get a chance to showcase their talent through the first “Pierce Idol,” a campus-wide singing competition formatted similarly to “American...

Student government accepting applications

The Associated Students Organization is currently accepting applications for the upcoming school government elections. The ASO is a student government made up of two branches,...

ASO cuts funds, pushes fundraising

ASO has partially stopped funding events and club activities at Pierce College following new leadership, which seeks to restructure policies and give new recommendations...

Students plan rally to protest cuts in the education budget

The Associated Students Organization (ASO) will be hosting an organized rally aimed at addressing budget cuts to schools in the Los Angeles Community College...

ASO Senate discusses money for clubs

The possibility of a scholarship for the most active club on campus was brought up at the Associated Students Organization Senate meeting on Tuesday...

Clubs for campus unity

Most students must have heard of the Associated Students Organization. The ASO Web site calls it a "student government [that] supports the growth of the Pierce Campus through active involvement with students, faculty and staff. Our goal is to create a better environment for an overall academic experience through leadership.

If you build it, they will come

Measure CC, a $3.3 billion bond, was authorized by the LACCD Board of Trustees to fund projects and reconstruction of old buildings throughout the...

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.