Friday, April 19, 2019

Stupid bird soars

Unrequited affection, a tortured artist, a dysfunctional family—seemingly the ingredients for just another cliched story. However, the Pierce College Theatre Department’s production of Aaron...

On a stage of his own

Have you ever thought about why we do the things we do? Adjunct Professor of humanities Michael Schuster often thinks about these things. “The first...

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...

Moving together in tow

Roommates know everything about each other. What they eat, when they sleep and if they clean. But what Pierce volleyball players Peyton Moyles 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...

DACA student leads by example

Back straight rising from his chair, Efren Lopez strides across the room during an Academic Senate meeting to report about a protest and advocate...

Serving those who served us

Transitioning from the culture of military life to civilian life can be tough for some veterans. On Nov. 9, the Veterans Resource Center opened its...

Hanging on the Garland of Dreams

Pierce College Interim President Larry Buckley launched a campaign to further student engagement at the Transfer Fair. The I AM initiative has already made...

Planetarium reaches for the sky

The Milky Way galaxy may seem vast. But, when compared to the Laniakea Supercluster, which houses not only the Milky Way but about another...

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...

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