Monday, September 24, 2018

Hearts beat for hoofbeats

More than 35 horse breeds stomped their hooves, strutted their stuff and trotted before a crowd to showcase their characteristics. Their long manes, diverse...

Funds: Use them or lose them

The state allocates funds to Pierce to fill in any gaps in the educational resources offered. However, if those funds aren’t used, that money...

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...

Problems arise from proposed schedule changes

Though they are rushing to class, students may not make it from the Art Hill to the Village in time. But starting next semester,...

These workshops mean business

A series of workshops aimed at providing insight and guidance for students in the field of business will begin in October.   Pierce Business Month...

State law pushes free textbook initiative

A state law will go into effect in January 2018 that will give students the opportunity to choose classes based on open educational resources...

Class cancellations policy changes recommended

Unfamiliar technology may have hindered courses from meeting the required number of 15 enrolled students, resulting in closed class sections, school administrators said. However, leaders...

Tag! This college is it

Students hoping to transfer to a UC have a sure fire way with the Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) program. TAG has a 100 percent guaranteed...

Acting President remains for July

Acting President Sheri Berger’s term has been extended through July. In an email sent on behalf of LACCD Chancellor Francisco Rodriguez, Interim Deputy Chancellor...

UMOJA gives aid

College is expensive, but there are resources available that can ease the strain. UMOJA hosted the Financial Aid 101 Workshop on Tuesday to introduce...