Friday, December 15, 2017

Kathrina shares her ‘Voice’

In the Philippines, a little girl participated in singing competitions. When she moved to the United States in 2002 at 9, she continued to compete...

Students united, Let’s talk people

Students begin by introducing themselves, sharing their name, major, and preferred pronouns. Blatigenous is a club that focuses on the socioeconomic issues and outcomes...

Building from the beginning

She always had a stacks of books at home.   Growing up with a mother who was a children's librarian, Alma Cortes had a lot...

Forty and all its glory

During four decades at Pierce College change has been dramatic. Associate Vice President Larry Kraus has seen much of it unfold from the decline...

Understand where we stand

The world is big, diverse, and expensive to experience the unique cultures spread throughout.   But on a breezy Thursday afternoon, sounds of Spanish music...

Fun and free on the Arabian stage

A stage filled with colorful lights, music and 22 performers brought laughter and enjoyment to viewers. The cast of “The Arabian Nights” received a standing...

Friend to the four-legged

They are often confused for doctors, but the people in the blue scrubs are veterinary technicians, and it's a whole different job. Unlike some of...

Review: Arabian Nights

There are many ways to tell a story, and Arabian Nights has many stories to tell. At the heart of it is a mad-king...

Drawn to her passion

  Some people are born with a special talent that makes them unique to family and friends, whether it’s cooking, making music, or having a...

Starlight, star bright

From a heated Thanksgiving weekend to a drop in temperatures Monday, students bundled up and stargazed at the clear night sky. The Physics and...