College life is hard. It’s amazing how noticeably different life is when you are not in high school anymore. Part-time and full-time jobs, responsibilities of college life and so much more seem to barge in. At times it becomes almost impossible to cope.
Hundreds of Pierce College students were attracted to campus walkway for Club Rush, which was organized and supported by Associated Students Organization (ASO) from 10 a.m. to 1p.m. Oct. 11 and 12. “It was very successful,” said Artur Shmukler, the president of ASO Club Council.
Pierce College hasn’t always been the thriving, successful and economically established school that it is today. Only six years ago, Pierce’s campus had some issues. That is, until the campus’ current Vice President of College Development, Dr. Tom Oliver came to its rescue in 2000 and helped turned the school’s future around.
Everybody is invited to activities of Pierce College annual homecoming on campus football field started at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 28. The admission for students is $3 and $5 for others. The homecoming will continue through the football game, which is against Ventura College started at 7:00 p.
A Harvest Celebration Wednesday was the annual Pierce and Valley College Hillel Sukkot celebration at Pierce College. But this year the Pierce/Valley Hillel joined forces with the Chayalim club for the festivities. Sukkot is a joyous harvest celebration to give thanks for the earths bounty and is celebrated over a one week period.
Johnny Knoxville does it again with the R-rated newest installment of the Jackass empire, “Jackass Number Two.” Here is a little history lesson for those unfamiliar with Knoxville and his crew: “Jackass” was an MTV show that was the go anywhere, do anything series.
This is based on the Harvest Festival going on right now. I was only able to do a review on this food court because the other areas refused to let me have a sample for the review. I had a bit of trouble but I would gladly appreciate any comment to imrove my article and also for future reference. thank you.
The time to get lost in a five-acre corn maze and the opportunity to run for your life out of a haunted mansion has arrived. With a slow start the Halloween Harvest Festival, located at the corner of De Soto Avenue and Victory Boulevard, opened its doors on Friday bringing a variety of treats.
More than half of the 1,000 voters who responded to a recent telephone survey favored an additional $2.85-billion third bond proposed by the L.A. Community College District (LACCD), but the board of trustees have not yet decided when, or if, to put the measure on the ballot.
A cup of joe and tip or two for you. Last week was the start of a semi-new walk-up counseling program at the Pierce College Freudian Sip. Students can find a counselor at a designated table at The Sip every Tuesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to noon and every Wednesday from noon to 1 p.