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Saturday, March 25, 2017

LACCD should lobby MTA to subsidize students

With the growing cost of community colleges reaching the level of some universities, many students are hurting financially. If community colleges are to maintain...

Better Grade, Better Aid

Trying to qualify for financial aid is one of the most crucial things when continuing on to secondary education, which is why financial aid...

Seeking leadership from the ASO

    The student leadership at Pierce College has an opportunity to make real change in the lives of the students but instead has settled for...

Less preaching more teaching

When a professor’s  personal beliefs outside the coursework influence the curriculum, it is damaging to the students. Teachers who use their lecture time to...

Why so much money?

  Cartoon: Maria Salvador   Class has ended and for some students it means an hour between classes, so why not take that hour to grab some...

After voting comes the hardest part

The Nov. 7 elections proved that our country is hungry for change. As young voters, we increased our role in the electoral process and played a significant part in shifting the congressional balance of power. The majority of college students do not yet have to worry about the cost of prescription drugs or if they will have adequate Social Security when they reach retirement.

A little farm in the big city

Agricultural students at Pierce College have witnessed the dwindling of the school’s resources, from farm animals to the civil war reenactment. Could the Farm Center...

Editorial: Shady Benches

Despite the fact that fall is here, Pierce College is still experiencing high temperatures and intense sun exposure on campus. In hostile summer conditions,...

Voting deserves a state holiday

Because of the results of the 2016 presidential election, California, a traditionally liberal and democratic-voting state, now has to play defense against the federal...