Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Taste of the pacific

Pacific Dining, LACCD’s district-wide food vendor, has taken over the operation of the cafeterias at five colleges, including Pierce, and provided food truck and...

Prop. 30 could pay off soon

Funding from Proposition 30 will be used to open 100 to 125 sections at Pierce College this year, though restrictions on allocation are still...

Don’t stress, talk it out

Stress can kill. But the Student Health Center hopes to help students find relief through group sessions. There were five reported cases of students feeling suicidal...

Vintage market comes to Pierce

More than 180 vendors will be on campus selling antiques, vintage clothing and collectibles on Sunday, Oct. 27 between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m....

Academic senate announces student emails

Citations for those who smoke, one year delay for construction projects and a new Student Information Services (SIS) for students were some of the...

College president requested to accept district position by chancellor

President Kathleen Burke has been requested to accept the position of vice chancellor of educational services by LACCD Chancellor Francisco Rodriguez, according to an email...

Professor called out over unions

      A comment made by Don Sparks, president for the American Federation of Teachers Chapter 1521A towards Economics professor Pam Brown raised more than a...

It’s all about the game

Pierce College is helping support Tri-Valley Special Olympics by donating the basketball court in the gym every Friday night from 6:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. through the end of May.


Students get advice in the field of business

Business Week is a three-day event exploring transfer options to aid business-related majors and provide opportunities for the budding professional. Starting Tuesday, Nov. 15, and...