Friday, November 16, 2018

Hydration stations help education

Walking through triple-digit temperatures, the sun beaming down on your skin, the dry air chapping your lips as the beads of sweat drip. No,...

The Battle To Transfer

    Priority enrollment should be given to students with the most seniority and who are ready to transfer. This semester found classes filled wall-to-wall with students...

College Council inconsistent

The Ralph M. Brown Act of 1953 was passed in California to guarantee the public’s right to the access and notice of meetings held...

Library hours need revision

TOPIC | Pierce College library hours OUR VIEW | Create an independent study hall that opens earlier than the library. Every weekday morning, the Pierce College library is the last in the district to open its doors. Six of the nine college libraries even operate on Saturday.

Withdrawal dates in need of reform

A constant worry for college students and faculty each semester are drop dates that could potentially hinder their performance. One way this could be fixed would...

Law enforcers, get informed

  The First Amendment of the United States Constitution states that "Congress shall make no law… abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press."   Sadly,...

Ending radio silence

Many colleges have student-run, noncommercial educational radio broadcast stations. They can be valuable assets to colleges for various reasons, such as giving information on...

What about next time?

We sure do depend on electricity around here.   Monday’s power outage– caused by a blown transformer way down on Ventura Boulevard– struck the campus between...

Pierce should try to conserve water

With thousands of students and faculty constantly on campus, colleges use up a ton of water. Although it flows freely from our sinks and...

Gender neutral restrooms on campus is progress

Pierce and its people are a melting pot. We provides an education to students from countries around the world as well as students with...