ASO has partially stopped funding events and club activities at Pierce College following new leadership, which seeks to restructure policies and give new recommendations for
Month: September 2017
State law pushes free textbook initiative
A state law will go into effect in January 2018 that will give students the opportunity to choose classes based on open educational resources (OER),
Preview: Business Month
Iron those fancy-patterned argyle socks, and pick out the best suit for Pierce Business Month where workshops and speakers will inform students about the field
Enrollment down at Pierce, District
Enrollment at Pierce College continues to decline following a downward trend across the Los Angeles Community College District, which dropped 9 percent in enrollment this
Brahmas remain first in conference
Physicality played a key role in Tuesday’s soccer game as the Brahmas won against the Moorpark College Raiders 1-0. The game started out with players
Traveling the world
Art lines the walls for students, faculty and community members in Art 3301. The Art Gallery welcomes a new artist exhibition, which runs from Sept.
Column: Treat others with respect
In this country, we are privileged as citizens to many rights and freedoms. Other governments don’t give the same rights to their people and at
Nothin’ but a string thang, baby
The Kadima String Quartet began the fall 2017 ASO concert series, bringing an educational immersive experience. The concert was Sept. 21 in MUS 3400. The
Three vehicle accident on Victory Blvd.
A car slammed the brakes to avoid a jaywalking pedestrian causing a three-vehicle accident on Victory Boulevard at 9:30 a.m. According to Deputy Isaac Jorge,
Preview: Women’s volleyball 9/27
The women’s volleyball team return to the court as they travel to Santa Barbara City College following their third place finish in the Brahma Invitational.