Friday, September 21, 2018

It’s more than a home

The house on Clybourne Street has become iconic in theater history, thanks to Lorraine Hansberry. Her “A Raisin in the Sun,” that was first performed...

Set sail toward Vikings

Men’s volleyball advances to the semifinals of the state championship to face the undefeated Long Beach City College Vikings after a straight set win...

Brahmas wear the crown

After pushing the Bakersfield College Renegades to the second seat in the conference, baseball continued their streak by defeating their cross-town Los Angeles Valley...

Gather up food and knowledge

Students were given food — and food for thought — at the Vegan Society’s celebration of Earth Day on Thurs., April 19. Vegan bagels...

Sports information overload

In sports, everyone has their role. Players play, coaches coach, and, at the college level, the athletic director oversees it all. They all have full...

Spring into the Botanical Garden

During the past few years, the campus has undergone construction and upgrades to improve the look and feel of Pierce. In the center of...

A big community on a small stage

Sherrie Bradford delivered an original poem about the struggles and successes that she and her family faced, which led many people in the crowd...

The man behind the team’s success

From ball boy to head coach, the head coach Long Dao encourages his players to embrace their community college start. Dao said he began playing...

Review: Bloody good plot, inconsistent acting

Weddings are supposed to be a cheerful, hopeful and long-lasting testament to love. Instead  Fredrico Garcia Lorca’s“Blood Wedding” is filled with heartbreak, betrayal and...

Brahmas improve in walkoff win

Nine innings wasn’t enough for the Brahmas and San Diego Mesa College Olympians in a non-conference matchup Tuesday, but a walk off hit from...