Your little brother and sister made you a drawing of you and a goldfish, your grandparents got you a neon green wool sweater and your parents got you Spider-Man Fathead wall sticker.<br><br>Great.<br><br>But let’s take a look at a few things that you really wanted for the holidays…
Campus facelifts to begin in March
Some of the changes include a widened mall which will be paved with smooth blocks, as well as new drought-tolerant plants to line it.
Winter break just around the corner
With one more week left of classes, the fall semester is coming to an end. As students shift focus from the rigorous demands that finals require, they begin to consider how they will be spending their winter break. “I have some classes that I need to take here at Pierce in the winter session,” said first-year RVT student Anne Hager.
Let ‘The Spirit’ take you away
Frank Miller takes another swing at directing, this time retelling Will Eisner’s comic book classic, “The Spirit.”
A gallery in silver
Pierce College photography student Jonathan Ramirez displays his works for sale at “Follow Your Heart” this month.
Fees on the rise
Do not be alarmed by a possible enrollment-fee increase of at least $6 per unit sometime next year for California community colleges. As of press time, there is no official news release about the fees returning $26 per unit-a price last paid in the summer of 2007-but there has been a speculation it will rise to $30 as soon as July 1 of next year.
‘Snow day’ brings children cool fun
Beth Sparks gives insight on “Snow Day” at Pierce College’s Child Development Center. This was a first-time event where children got to play in the snow without having to leave the San Fernando Valley.
The baseball Brahmas are stacked with talent
The Pierce College baseball team is looking forward to another season with high hopes.
Grant funds ‘industry standard’ equipment
The first phase of the grant will pay for new laboratory equipment in the science labs, and a following phase will involve developing new “green” curriculum.