Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Open Study Hall: Finally, somewhere to study

Pierce College’s second Open Study Hall began its second week in the Great Hall on Monday, providing space for students to study with tutors...

Pierce wins award for GO Days program

Pierce College received an award for its outstanding community college program, according to an email by Academic Senate President Kathy Oborn. Counselor and GO Days Coordinator Joanna...

Moodle is out, Canvas is in

The Academic Senate has officially voted to adopt the online course enhancer Canvas to replace Pierce College’s current platform Moodle. The motion passed with...

Town Hall meeting to encourage student success

Economics, violence in society, education, the refugee crisis and climate change are topics set to be addressed at Pierce College’s annual Town Hall on...

Students rally in protest of cuts in California’s education budget

  Despite planning issues, the ‘Where’s the Funding?' (WTF?) rally, a protest against increased budget cuts for California’s community colleges, continued as planned at Pierce...

Incident Report, April 15 – 21

4/19—Animal Theft The Sheriff’s office is investigating the reported theft of a baby sheep from the Pierce farm’s sheep barn. The lamb was stolen on Sunday,...

Pepperdine University aids students interested in transferring

Pepperdine University visited Pierce College on Thursday March 24 for one on one meetings with students who want to enroll in the programs they...

Visual help in the Village

In a call made to the director of facilities, Paul Nieman, stated he was unaware of the new sign that was put up by...

Labor panel preaches equality

Sexism, Racism and other negative yet realistic occurrences that people will most likely encounter in the workforce today were the topics of the Labor...

Paws up, vets are here

On Sunday’s Pierce is closed.  But woofs, meows, and cooing owners could be heard in the Pierce Veterinary Technology Center, as they waited in...