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Pierce walkout: “We Make America Great”

Pierce walkout: “We Make America Great”

Student and faculty at Pierce College protest his policies in a peaceful manner.

An urge for cheaper transportation

An urge for cheaper transportation

Traffic, fluctuating gas prices and the parking space issue on campus are enough to discourage students from driving, however efforts from the ASO might solve the problem with a discount on metro bus passes. Pierce College is working to implement the Universal College Student Transit Pass (U-Pass) Pilot Program by the spring semester. According to […]

Power outage: Evening classes cancelled

Power outage: Evening classes cancelled

A power outage occurred on campus on Wednesday, Nov. 9. around 4:30 p.m. According to Pierce College Sheriff Deputies, all evening classes are cancelled due to the wide power outage. **Updated on 6:30 p.m. Quotes added by Taylor Arthur and Salvador Fariaz** Pierce College student Hannah Nuce was listening to music while doing homework in […]

Saddle up for the mane event

Saddle up for the mane event

Shuffling cowboy boots kicked dirt up into the air as people made their way to the shady stands, waiting for the show to begin. Over 200 people attended the Parade of Breeds, co-hosted by the Boots and Saddles Club and Pre-Veterinary Club, at the Pierce Equestrian Center on Nov. 5. The Equine/Horse Science Department Advisor, […]

Hot and heavy under the collar

Hot and heavy under the collar

The weight of the cross, familial expectations, and a family’s desperate attempt to enlighten their pollyanna patriarch are the building blocks Molière left back in 1664. Shaheen Vaaz, the director, has crafted a winning recipe with a dynamic cast, witty intellectual dialogue, and a live musical performance, for her interpretation of “Tartuffe.” The content of […]

Treat life like a runway, always go forward

Treat life like a runway, always go forward

A tastemaker, is one who sets the standards of what is currently popular or fashionable. Social media is an integral tool used by the fashion forward. One Pierce student is ready to influence people with his sense of style. Louis Polo, who also goes by the name Pedro, was always fascinated with fashion and began […]

Preview: Tartuffe

Preview: Tartuffe

The 1960’s meets the 1600’s in Pierce’s rendition of “Tartuffe” through the flower power style of clothing and maintaining the emotions and language of the original play. Pierce College’s version of “Tartuffe” brings a play by legendary playwright Moliere into the 20th century. The production team opted to take the play from its original setting […]

Extra, extra: Old news is no news.

Extra, extra: Old news is no news.

The marquee in front of the Great Hall has been providing information on events from the fall 2015 semester. Currently on display are reminders for an October Club Rush and the Student Trustee elections, both from more than a year ago. This particular electronic sign is operated by the Associated Students Organization to promote on-campus […]

Iron Man still going strong

Iron Man still going strong

He jumps to set a volleyball in the North Gym while wearing a neon pink windbreaker and black running shorts. Only now, he’s a teacher instead of a student. Eldin Onsgard comes back to where he was 44 years ago. Onsgard works part-time as the volleyball instructor at Pierce College, which he attended from 1970-1972. […]

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