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The newly elected ASO board announced

The Pierce student government executive board for school year 2012-13 has been finalized following two days of elections.   Shane Mooney, who ran unopposed, will be...

Student government election forum to be hosted tomorrow

Student body government candidates for the 2012-13 school year will be answering questions in a public forum Thursday in the Great Hall.   The forum will...

Club Rush to be hosted in Great Hall

The semesterly Club Rush, an opportunity for clubs to promote their causes, is approaching next Tuesday, Feb. 28, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m....

Parking fee may rise

The Associated Students Organization (ASO) is considering a ballot measure for their 2012-13 elections that would increase the $7 membership fee to $10.   This fee...

ASO vice president ready for new role

The new Associated Students Organization (ASO) vice president is ready for his latest job post. Shane Mooney started off as a senator last spring and...

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Pierce Reinstates Scholarship Awards

The Events and Recognition committee have announced the revival of a student scholarship program at the Academic Senate meeting on Feb.22. The scholarship program, which...

BRIEF: Pierce College President and LA city councilman attend vaccination site opening

Los Angeles City Councilmember Bob Blumenfield paid a visit to Pierce College to commemorate the opening of the new COVID-19 vaccination and testing site...

Pierce College becomes largest testing and vaccine site in the San Fernando Valley

More than a dozen cars lined Victory Boulevard Tuesday morning as residents waited for the opening of a new vaccination site at Pierce College.  Pierce,...

LACCD and LASD renew their contract for six months

Los Angeles Community College Department’s (LACCD) Board of Trustees in a special meeting Saturday,  Dec. 12,  renewed its contract with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s...

Profs prepare

Pierce College professors are preparing their online coursework for the upcoming semesters as courses are expected to remain online until at least through spring. As...
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