Monday, June 24, 2019

Hate symbol on display

Groucho Marx once said that “politics is the art of looking for trouble.” That seemed to be the case on March 27, when a...

Incoming merger causes potential stress for students

**Update: The Cengage and McGraw-Hill merger will increase cost savings for students, according to Arielle Patrick, the Senior Vice president and Transaction Director of Financial...

ASL Celebrates 200 Years

This April, American Sign Language (ASL) celebrates 200 years of existence. Although Pierce College won't be having any specific event designated for this day,...

Board of Trustees align with California ruling

In a show of solidarity with other state agencies including University of California and California State University schools, the Board of Trustees approved BT4...

Keeping the Promise

Though enrollment numbers are down, there is one program that keeps its promise.   An additional 200 students applied to the Los Angeles College Program....

Costume drive down the Mall

October is the time of the year to play tricks and relish in treats, whether that be hanging out with friends or snacking on...

OER implemented in courses

Textbook costs continue to rise, affecting student budgets nationwide. The average price of a new textbook increased from $58 in 2011-12 to $80 in 2015-16,...

A rocky way to get rid of pests

Hidden among the natural environment and landscape are mysterious gems that should not be be touch. To get rid of new unwanted tenants, rocks filled...

Pierce president announced as new SOCCCD chancellor

Last night, April 30, at the Board of Trustees meeting for the South Orange County Community College District it was announced that Pierce President...

Low enrollment, low funds

The inverse relationship between college enrollment and the economy’s health has always been present, Transfer Center Director and Co-Chair of Enrollment Management Sunday Salter...

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