Saturday, June 6, 2020

Surviving the printer wars

Pierce College allows students to print at two separate locations, one in the CopyTech and the other is in the Library / Learning Crossroads,...

Editorial – Upfront grading

Students should have access to their progress throughout the semester, so that they are not blindsided by their final grades. Some professors either don’t...

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...

Additions for allergies

At Pierce College, there are not enough options for those that have food allergies. To eliminate the risk of endangering those on campus, the...

Sunshine is free, monetize me

We’ve all been there; walking across the parking lot under the blistering sun. Your car, after baking in that heat for hours, might as...

Exit – but wait, which way?

On Wednesday, March 7, Pierce students were told to leave campus following a credible threat made against the college. Knowledge of the shutdown was...

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...

There’s no line for online

  Obsolete. That is the best word to describe Pierce College’s late class-adding system. Three weeks have passed since the fall semester started, and the dust has...

Trash talk for those on campus

It’s easy to place blame on the custodians for lack of cleanliness on campus and in classrooms, but too often we neglect our own...

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...

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