Sunday, April 21, 2019

Student body moves to the African beat

Master Drummer Dramane Kone brought an African twist to the Thursday Concert Series, which was held in the Performing Arts Department mainstage on Thursday,...

Swinging for the record

Growing up in a baseball family, it was only natural for current Brahmas’ center fielder Diego Harris to fall in love with the game. What...

Mapping out free speech

Pierce College has expanded its free speech zone, which is open to the public, and it added three speech areas that are specifically for...

Season Preview: Swim returns to the pool

*CORRECTION: The preview mentions Cecilia Hansen's name. She hasn't been on the team for five years. The swim team prepares for their first official meet...

Morning market brings vintage back

A chilly morning to a toasty day didn’t stop the many shoppers who arrived at the monthly flea market on the last Sunday of...

Imagination sheds light on incarceration

For a country revered as being the land of the free, the United States are home to a broken prison system that, according to...

Catching up with Brahmas baseball

Players line up for the National Anthem. At Pierce College, Woodland Hills, Calif. on Feb. 12, 2019. Photo by Nathan Chung.

Stealing from the sun: one man’s story of sustainability

By Alexis Canelo and Noah Goldbloom Instructor of English Larry Krikorian has no place...

‘Top Girls’ go for top prize

In 2001, the President of the United States was George W. Bush and the first film of the Harry Potter series was released. It was...

Tennis drops second straight game

Due to a shortage of players, men’s tennis suffered their second loss, Thursday, against the Santa Barbara City College Vaqueros by a score of...

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