Thursday, November 15, 2018

ASO surplus not going anywhere

The Pierce College Associated Student Organization (ASO) has over $500,000 in their reserves. This is more than triple their budget for this fiscal year, which...

New Voters Project

Opinions are like belly buttons; everybody's got one. For U.S. citizens 18 and older, the government not only allows, but encourages expressing those opinions through voting. "The need for an active student voice has never been greater," said Abraham White, Pierce College Associated Students Organization (ASO) President, "and [that] cannot be accomplished without more students getting out to the polls and voting.


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,...

Student government election forum to be hosted tomorrow

Student body government candidates for the 2012-13 school year will be answering questions in a public forum Thursday in the Great Hall.   The forum will...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Preview: Club Rush

As the bi-yearly brahma tradition, Club Rush, nears and the influx of new freshman arrive, the diverse selection of Pierce College extracurriculars prepare to...