Thursday, April 18, 2019

Student government elections to be held in April

The Associated Students Organization will hold its election next month from April 21 to 23. The ASO acts as Pierce’s student government and deals directly...

New ASO president talks about her plans

The new Associated Students Organization (ASO) president, who stepped in after the former president resigned is enthusiastic about her new job, and plans to represent...

Red Cross blood drive doubles expectations

Pierce College’s biannual Red Cross blood drive brought in almost twice the amount of donated blood the not-for-profit organization expected. The Great Hall was converted...

Faculty presents Pierce College students with awards at brunch

Accomplishments for academic and community achievement were given out at the Pierce College Student Awards Brunch Tuesday morning before the graduation commencement. During the ceremony,...

New student government executives share background

Members of the incoming student government executive board for 2013-14 share their hobbies, and how they got involved with the Associated Students Organization. President Gustavo Sandoval,...

Academic Senate covers student government elections, academic probation policy

The Associated Students Organization at Pierce College opened Monday’s Academic Senate meeting with a reminder that elections for student government positions will begin next...

ASO discusses Farmwalk/Open House, campus clean-up, and funding

The upcoming Farmwalk and Open House, along with the allocation of funds were the topics of discussion at the ASO Senate meeting on Tuesday,...

Transgender 101 panel at the Great Hall

The Pierce College Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) Club will host a Transgender Panel on Thursday, Nov. 13, at the Great Hall to create awareness,...

Pierce students need ASO reps now

      Pierce College's Associated Students Organization (ASO) is taking to the campus this week in an effort to recruit members for their Student Senate.   The student...

ASO hosts police brutality discussion

James McKeever, assistant professor of philosophy and sociology at Pierce College, organized a discussion that included L.A. County Sheriff Captain Cheryl Newman Tarwater. The discussion...

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