Monday, November 19, 2018

Pierce success rate increases

Increasing in popularity, online courses are proving to be a thriving method of education that has led to a rise in success at Pierce....

Students lobby for new degree

When students transfer from Pierce, they can now move on to greener pastures with the Animal Science Transfer degree. Pierce College recently approved and is...

Transfer Fair

      You may have noticed your professor wearing a shirt from a different college. Or maybe you noticed The Mall was even more packed than...

Strawless cafeteria

The convenience of drinking on the go has been eliminated with the new no straws policy at the cafeteria. The cafeteria began its no straw...

Subway sandwiches are offered at Brahma Cafe

A familiar food franchise finds its way on campus that will allow students to “Eat Fresh.” Students who are lucky enough to have the time...

The Annual Security Report is released

Not everyone always feels safe on campus, but Pierce was ranked third in overall safety among the nine Los Angeles Community College District schools....

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...

Unclassified/student worker shake up

Both student and unclassified workers will be undergoing changes that will affect hiring and employment standards for jobs on campus. Under Assembly Bill 2160 community...

Professor ratings simmer down

In the world of higher education, something as mundane as a chili pepper has become a brand for prejudice. RateMyProfessors.com, a website where college...

Affordable resources increased

The OER initiative is gaining momentum, as the amount of sections providing open educational resources has almost doubled since this past Spring. This fall there...