An educational tour of Egypt will be available both to students of Dr. Lynda Toth’s Humanities 6 course in the fall, and to anybody else interested. The 10-day trip is scheduled for December, according to Toth, professor of humanities and speech. “I’ve set the travel date far in advance to give students time to apply for various scholarships and other funding sources to help pay for the trip,” she added.
The Pierce College baseball team struggled to overcome El Camino College’s early lead on Mar. 19, losing 12-4. “I know Pierce is a pretty good team,” said Nathan Fernley, El Camino’s head coach. “I know their pitchers throw very well, there are three or four here that are pretty good.
Most students must have heard of the Associated Students Organization. The ASO Web site calls it a “student government [that] supports the growth of the Pierce Campus through active involvement with students, faculty and staff. Our goal is to create a better environment for an overall academic experience through leadership.