Saturday, September 22, 2018

We built this curriculum on rock ‘n’ roll

Pierce’s Music Department suffers no shortage of classes dedicated to the creation and capture of music. From courses dedicated to string ensembles and commercial...

Keep it secure, just in case

As the number of school shootings increase, the question on many people’s mind is, “What if?” “What if my school goes on lock down?...

Thirsty for water filtration on campus

I pay $30 a month at the gym, yet we pay $46 a unit at school aside from our ASO, health and parking fees....

Two-year transfer trouble

Community College students have an expectation to graduate with an Associates Degree and transfer after two years, However, this expectation most commonly flies far...

More support for DACA

President Donald Trump announced his decision to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), creating anxiety and uncertainty for the mass of student recipients....

Curriculum in need of a makeover

The beauty industry is continuously growing in popularity. Careers in cosmetology are high in demand and are considered to be everlasting. Pierce should open a...

A game of cat and mouse

Since Pierce College underwent construction on the back road near the faculty offices, the campus has had a rat problem that is affecting the...

Instructors: Broadcast yourself

Every college student typically misses at least one class during their educational career. An option to have livestreamed courses would be a great benefit...

Petting Pierce’s problems away

  Placing a care farm in the empty, unused space on the farm near the Equestrian Center can benefit both the students on campus and...

A call to end catcalling

In the 2016-17 school year, Pierce College had 20,618 enrolled students. 11,260 of those students were women. According to a Penn Schoen and Berland...