Tuesday, June 19, 2018

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...

Hemp for the homeless

Hemp was once a thriving piece of manufacturing and construction, but for 80 years cultivation was illegal due to its close connection to marijuana....

Safety zone training

The Queer Brahma Collective (QBC) is hosting a Safe Zone training this Thursday for campus leaders, faculty and students after recent harassment affected the...

St.A.S.H. house

Food can be purchased at three locations on campus: the cafeteria, student store and the Brahma Cafe. But in a small room in IRIS...

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...

ASO approves funding for Makerspace club

The Associated Students Organization approved $1,743 worth of funding for the MakerSpace club during the senate meeting on March 15, 2016, at the Great...

Students donate blood

Alpha Pi Delta, the Pierce College chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society, organized a Red Cross blood drive Thursday, Nov. 12. The first...

ASO Club Rush begins Wednesday

The Associated Students Organization is finishing its preparations for this semester’s two-day Club Rush event, scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday. Booths with games, music and...

Hillel Club celebrates 67 years of Israeli state

The Pierce College Hillel Club hosted a celebration on the Mall April 30 to mark Israel’s 67th anniversary as an independent country. The event featured...

Farmwalk brings crowds of students, community members to Pierce

The 39th annual Pierce College Farmwalk brought to the San Fernando Valley a rural experience not often seen in the suburbs. Farmwalk takes place each...