Saturday, June 15, 2019

Let your voice shine

Dominic LeFort didn’t have a role model when he needed one the most. Now, he does – it’s himself. LeFort, the Associated Student Organization...

Bringing more to campus than the average student

If there was an award for the most socially involved student, it would most likely go to Nicole Alfaro, who tries to attend every...

BRIEF: Construction opens up campus

The construction on Brahma Drive (the hill) that connects the De Soto entrance to the Performing Arts Building at the top of the campus...

Don’t mess with “mama bear”

Child Development Center (CDC) Director Phyllis Schneider, who refers to herself as the "mama of the school," will be retiring at the end of...

Do the Bio Blitz

Nature can be breathtaking, yet most of the time it goes unnoticed. The first Biological Diversity event (Bio Blitz) was hosted by the Life...

Celebrating Chicano/ Chicana roots

Discovering cultural roots through a means of expression can be transformational. For this club, it is the central basis for diversity and family. A collaborative...

Piano prodigy finds the keys to the future

While most children listen to whatever’s popular on the radio, few go out of their way to listen to 19th century Hungarian musicians. But that’s...

Student Awards Brunch relocated

The Pierce College Student Awards Brunch location has been moved from the Music Lawn to the South Gym and the time has been changed...

A voice is meant for more than just singing

For years Daniele Evans wanted to use her songs to advocate for civil rights. Now she wants to help people find their voice to...

Finding your voice after it’s gone

There’s a lot of Amy Solano in the Nina character from “In the Heights,” the role she played this month at Pierce College. Like...

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