Sunday, November 18, 2018

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.

ASO goes to Sacramento

Along with being hit hard by vast budget cuts, the California Community Colleges have not been receiving their full percentage of state funding. For this reason, the Pierce College Associated Students Organization will be sending 10 of their members to Sacramento to meet with legislators and voice their concerns.

District chancellor meets with Pierce Foundation

Los Angeles Community College District Chancellor Francisco Rodriguez attended Tuesday’s Foundation for Pierce College meeting, where board members pushed for a renewed focus on...

New ASO club advisor replaces temp mid-semester

Adjunct faculty member Shaina Phillips became the new ASO club advisor last month after former club advisor Curtis Smith stepped down from the position. Smith...

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 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...

ASO ready to unveil new office

The Associated Students Organization (ASO) moved into their new office on the first floor of the Library/ Learning Crossroads on Monday, Feb. 10. ASO president...

Parking fee may rise

The Associated Students Organization (ASO) is considering a ballot measure for their 2012-13 elections that would increase the $7 membership fee to $10.   This fee...

Kickback brings students together

Continuous music and chatter filled the Great Hall Thursday May 2, as students socialized and unwound with video games, free food, table tennis and...

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...