Monday, April 6, 2020

Can’t we all just get along

Over the last month two qualified woman, Vice President of Academic Policy Kathy Oborn and Vice President of Curriculum Margarita Pillado, placed senators and...

Our cyber insecurities

With relentless technological advancement year after year, there comes a time when a standard set of online protections and cybersecurity become obsolete. Because Valley...

Drought foreshadows dystopian future

NASA estimated that California has less than a year’s worth of water left due to our current drought. Experts say that if we conserve...

Aiming for a more interactive campus

Walk through Pierce with a 360 virtual tour  With only a few weeks left in the semester, routine schedules are ending and the stress of...

Cheerleaders deserve equal medical care

Under the California Community College Athletic Association bylaws and athletic training standards, cheerleaders are not regarded as collegiate athletes and are not eligible to...

Visit the Health Center

Illustration: Maria Salvador Students aren’t maximizing the resources and services made available to them at the Student Health Center. In fact, there have only been approximately...

Ending radio silence

Many colleges have student-run, noncommercial educational radio broadcast stations. They can be valuable assets to colleges for various reasons, such as giving information on...

Sunshine is free, monetize me

We’ve all been there; walking across the parking lot under the blistering sun. Your car, after baking in that heat for hours, might as...

Black mustard flowers pose fire hazard

After an unusually high rainy season, California has seen an influx in a species of flower called the “Brassica nigra,” better known as black...

After voting comes the hardest part

The Nov. 7 elections proved that our country is hungry for change. As young voters, we increased our role in the electoral process and played a significant part in shifting the congressional balance of power. The majority of college students do not yet have to worry about the cost of prescription drugs or if they will have adequate Social Security when they reach retirement.

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