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De-stress before your big test

As the fall semester comes to an end, students must first make it through their final exams before heading home for the holidays. Tomorrow, Thursday Dec. 8, the Pierce College Psychology and Sociology Club, Get Psyched, is partnering with the ASO Community Welfare Committee to bring students, ‘No Stress Test Day.’ The event will take […]

Helping students one step at a time

Staff members stacked boxes of pizzas in a round table as students went in the Great Hall, ready to have their transfer questions answered by departments and clubs. The counseling center organized an event where students had the chance to meet counselors and other departments such as Student Services, Associated Student Organization (ASO) and Peer […]

A meal for all

A meal for all

Home is where the heart is, but sometimes the heart stays home, whether it be two miles away or thousands of miles away. November, which includes Thanksgiving the holiday of gratitude and reflection, is a time for people to lend a hand to make others feel welcomed. On Tuesday, Nov. 22 American and international students […]

Foster youth #notastatistic

Foster youth #notastatistic

Soccer cleats, a soft teddy bear, and other emotional evoking images lured people into the Foster Youth Exhibit, where students wearing black T-shirts with #notastastic shared their stories about the obstacles they’ve overcome. On Monday, Nov. 21 members of the Guardian Scholars Program (GSP) and the Cooperating Agencies Foster Youth Educational Support (CAFYES) organized the […]

ASO President steps down

ASO President steps down

Barbara Lombrano, an advocate for student leadership, announced her resignation from her position as ASO President after a year and half due to health issues. According to the Dean of Student Engagement Juan Carlos Astorga, Lombrano did not want to be contacted and wished to have her privacy respected. “She submitted a resignation as of […]

A movement in a healthy direction

The crisp air lent itself to the day’s planned physical activities as students gathered on the grass to participate in the Kinesiology Kick-Off Event. Students met in the North Gym Thursday, Nov. 17 for two hours of educational interaction with the Health and Kinesiology Department. “It’s good for people to know about the health and […]

An early Thanksgiving meal, an international experience

The smell of roasted meat and warm bread are reminders of home, however for some students that are attending school out of state or out of the country it can be a time of loneliness. Pierce College ASO and the Diversity Committee are working together to give international students, staff and faculty a Thanksgiving dinner […]

One-step, two-step, let your body flow

A breakdown of swift movements and sliding skills will be demonstrated by professionals at the first annual Dance Day. According to cheerleading coach and dance instructor Jenny Ghiglia, Dance Day was developed at another college. She attended a dance discipline meeting where a particular college was trying to reach its students and the broader community […]

Preview: Parade of Breeds

Far from the main campus of Pierce College, horses are housed in the Equestrian Center waiting for the day to show off their hooves and neighs, and that day is near.   A new partnership is formed at this year’s Parade of Breeds that will be co-hosted by the Boots and Saddles club and the […]

BESA receives funding for Drucker Day

The Associated Students Organization approved money during the ASO meeting today to fund a trip for the Business Economics Student Association (BESA) to Claremont Graduate University for Drucker Day 2016. Drucker Day 2016 takes place Saturday, Nov. 5 at Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California and allows business students to meet and talk with executives […]

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