Thursday, November 15, 2018

Fire evacuation, animals find stable ground

Owners found safety for their horses and large animals in the Pierce College Equestrian Center evacuation zone, escaping danger from the fire that broke...

The guiding light

Since the Guided Pathways initiative has been set in motion at Pierce College, students have been receiving dozens of resources provided by Raffi Kahwajian...

Pierce talks tech

The Pierce College Council meeting on Oct. 25, centered around technological advances on campus including better Wi-Fi, more surveillance cameras and an updated school...

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....

Participation trophy of classrooms

Everytime you skip a three-unit class, it will cost you about $5. But if your instructor grades on attendance, you may pay a steeper...

Threat cleared, classes resume March 8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8MRzEP8vlQ&feature=youtu.be Captain of LACCD Community College Bureau Rodrick Armalin and Pierce President Kathleen Burke give a press conference on a "credible threat" to the campus. The...

Guiding the way to a clearer path

Members of the undocumented immigrant community are worried that their right to an education and ability to stay in the United States will be...

Pierce students march for DACA

Students, faculty and staff gathered on the Pierce College Mall Tuesday afternoon protesting and counter protesting the repeal of the Deferred Action for Childhood...

Remedials will remain

California State Universities will no longer require remedial classes in English and math for first-time freshmen. However, this new policy will not change Pierce’s...

Pathway for education

The statewide initiative Guided Pathways, designed to help students complete their educational goals, is being implemented in a number of community colleges and Pierce...