Thursday, July 18, 2019

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...

Showcasing art, judgement free

From paintings to sculptures, artists are able to convey emotions and feelings through a brush stroke or a splash of color. For Pierce College...

I Can Teach event attracts future teachers

Some people can remember a teacher who has shaped their life and made them into the person they are today. Now, for some of the...

Dynamic duo in print and off

Most siblings share a special bond, but for Paul and Trevor Hankins they have super powers, or at least their alter-egos do. The Hankins brothers...

Storming into a new adventure

The goal for most junior college athletes is to move on to a four-year school. Hours in the gym, practices, games and determination in...

Expression of Chicano culture

Cinco de Mayo is a nationally celebrated holiday that highlights Chicano culture. The anniversary stems from the Mexican Army’s win over the French Forces at...

Keep calm because you’re transferring on

If 2017 is any indication, more than 1,100 students enrolled at Pierce will go to CSUN and about 100 will attend UCLA in the...

Heritage just beyond the book shelves

The average librarian might help students find certain books, but one Pierce librarian wants to help students find the the doors to their past. Lisa...

Swim gets accolades at state competition

One of the best swim teams in Pierce history, saw five competitors place at the State Championships, while the team finished 14th overall with...

On the mound and in the batter’s box

Stepping onto the mound at Dodger Stadium, Johnathan Lavallee looked up into rows of empty seats, and at that moment, he could see his...

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