Thursday, July 18, 2019

Students awarded scholarships at annual banquet

Media Arts chair Jill Connelly hands out awards and accolades to a group of her students at the Student Awards Brunch held near the...

Sheriff’s station citing parking permit violators

As of Monday, Sept. 14, any car parked on campus without a permit or day pass may be ticketed by the Pierce College Sheriff’s...

Pierce College is gearing up for Club Rush

At Monday's club council meeting it was decided that Club Rush will be hosted the last week of September. Club Rush will take place Sep....

ASO plans for another rally

Plans for a rally Oct. 26 against community college budget cuts are underway, according to Associated Student Organization (ASO) President Gabriel Mellibosky. As an intern with...

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 promotes student life on campus in new recreational space

Entering the office beneath the Library/Learning Crossroads, the sound of Reggae music gave welcome to the space as it drowned out the chatter that...

Q & A with ASO President Gabriel Mellibosky

  Associated Student Organization (ASO) President Gabriel Mellibosky on representing Pierce College's student body, organizing the Oct. 26 rally against budget cuts, and staying on...

Funds released by the ASO

  The executive board of the Associated Students Organization (ASO) voted on financial requests from various campus agencies Thursday.   $1,370 was approved for different campus activities...

Opt-out might impact events

Pierce hosts a collection of extracurricular activities each semester. Events such as the film festival, speech tournament, Cinco de Mayo and Day of Politics...

Pierce College Council addresses student success and construction plans

Members of the Pierce College Council (PCC) recommended to the school president a thorough cleanup of the Village classrooms at their Thursday meeting April 24. With a unanimous...

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