Friday, February 22, 2019

Another Sunday morning at the market

A person can learn about history or different cultures by interacting with vendors who share the stories behind their collections. Each month, the Topanga...

Dance, dance

The Pierce College Performing Arts department got into the holiday spirit a little early with their annual fall concert cleverly titled “Dance Wrapped with...

Winter Arts Festival showcases pottery

An exhibit and sale of students’ pottery and ceramics creations illustrated Pierce College’s annual Winter Arts Festival on Dec. 1.   Walking up the stairs leading...

Going the ‘Long’ way

After five years as assistant coach, Long Dao is now at the helm of the team he once played for and a team that...

Equality in sociology

Hushed whispers generate a static hum as Professor Shigueru Julio Tsuha, 34, prepares for class. Written on the whiteboard are the top five shows...

Pierce Academic Outreach encourages achievement

High school is hard enough as it is: pimples, week-long relationships and learning how to drive are the usual hardships for the “typical student,”...

Electronics program sparks futures

Nestled in the confines of the Pierce College Village, the electronics program is yet another display of academic achievement found on campus. Emboldened by a recent departure from the decades-old bungalows, the program's professors strive to provide students with the opportunity to succeed in the constantly changing field of electronics.

One face of the ever-changing diversity of Pierce College

Increasing numbers of students from foreign cultures help make Pierce College an ethnically-vibrant campus, matching a 20-year trend in other community colleges across the...

Theater Review: Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike

It is thought that to enjoy Broadway plays one must partake in the dramatic arts in some way, shape, or form. This can be...