California Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley will be stepping down from his position on August 1 to become President of the College Futures Foundation.
Month: June 2022
Graduation returns in person
After being held virtually for two years, Pierce College’s commencement ceremony returned in-person at Rocky Young Park on June 7. Dean of Academic Affairs Barbara
First Lady speaks at commencement ceremony
Where are you from? Los Angeles City College graduates were asked that question by keynote speaker first lady Jill Biden. Biden addressed the LACC graduates
Streetbeat: What are your summer plans?
“For the summer I’m hanging out with my boys. We’re planning a big trip to San Francisco, I’m so excited!” -Patrick Garcia
Pro: Use the break to get ahead
Taking classes in the summer can give you the advantage to graduate earlier and take fewer classes during the fall and spring semesters. Many studies
Con: Summertime fun
Summer is right around the corner, and as students are preparing for vacation or graduation, one question is often posed to them. Should they take
“Reanimate” brings energy to campus
Following the restricted guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the art and athletic programs at Pierce College have shared struggling moments for students and
District Roe v. Wade discussions necessary
The conversation revolving around the Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade’s potential overturn has become one of controversy. To avoid division and isolation within the
Alumni Panels for Prospective Students
The month of May brings forth anticipation for graduation and excitement toward transferring, yet students could struggle with understanding how and what to do after.
De-stress with the dogs
Pierce College could bring more students to campus and decrease stress levels with a dog park. It could help increase student engagement and help them