Thursday, April 19, 2018

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...

Mouth to mic

With a microphone in one hand and a phone full of poems in the other, Emma Greenberg stepped to address the room full of...

Peering into the fiesta

As upbeat Spanish music filled the Student Engagement Center, students helped themselves to hispanic style treats, including horchata and nachos, while others played bingo...

Preview: Here they come

The transition of high school students to the world of college academia can sometimes be a daunting experience. However, this year Pierce College aims...

Preview: Calling UMOJA to the stage

The method of sharing words and stories has been used to forge connections among people dating back to ancient times. UMOJA’s Open Mic Night...

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...

Strings and bows put on a show

The room filled with students as the musicians tuned their instruments. Glossed over faces appear scattered across the theatre as a 45 minute musical...

Preview: Dramatic story unfolds in ‘Blood Wedding’

Federico Garcia Lorca’s “Blood Wedding” takes the audience back to 1930s Spain on the dramatic eve of a wedding. In the Pierce College spring production...

Cheap shots, valuable photography

A disposable camera with a built-in roll of film worth $20 was used in place of a Hasselblad 500cm that retails for about $1600...

Preview: Day of Politics nears

Polarized ideologies may feel the heat during the Day of Politics when legislators and students take the stage for speeches, questions and moderated debates. On...