Friday, September 21, 2018

Falafelicious fires up the grill

 The smell of freshly baked pizza in a fully air-conditioned cafeteria brought many students to the opening of the new food court on Tuesday,...

Art walk turns into street celebration

Visitors were treated to art exhibits, live music, food and goods from local artists and vendors during the “Canoga Park ARTrageous Art Walk” in...

The Pierce College Farm Center cutting annual corn maze

Corn grows tall in preparation for Harvest Festival. Photo: Kevin Reynolds   As you drive down Victory Blvd. you can already see the corn growing in...

Pierce Civil War re-enactment canceled at homeowners’ request

  Pierce College's  annual Civil War re-enactment, which has taken place in the Farm Center for the past three years, has been cancelled by the...

Swim team prepares for postseason challenges

  Although the season is coming to a close, the Pierce College swim team is enthusiastic for their upcoming state conference competition this Friday and...

Orange Line crash near Pierce

A car ran a red light and was struck by an Orange Line bus at the intersection of Victory Boulevard and Mason Avenue Thursday...

Going for gold in the 100-meter fly

It was either sink or swim for freshman Thaddaeus “Shaggy” Adams when he was first thrown into the pool as an infant. While most...

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...

Zombies take a stand

  Some 100 demonstrators in support of Proposition 30 paraded to the governor’s office from City Hall Friday when they were ambushed by a horde...

Rookie water polo team prepares for first matchup

The newly formed women's water polo team can be found practicing everyday at the pool on the northern side of campus. Moriah Van Norman, head...