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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Good news for ‘Bad Jews’

For the first time in more than 10 years, the Pierce College Theatre Department sold out the entire run of one of its show....

Film screening informs about women’s rights

The documentary “Equal Means Equal” screened in the Great Hall on March 22, with a panel discussion following the film. The film covers topics regarding...

Piano professor tips the scales

The public's ears were filled with classical music while the sound of 88 keys played as the weekly afternoon concert series continued. The ASO hosted...

Horses hit the hurdles at expo

One by one, champion horses warmed up in the Equine Center prior to Pierce's first equestrian competition, the Camelot March, held the weekend of...

Bisexual/ Pansexual Panel

Young adults have a hard time expressing themselves regarding their true gender. Sexuality is part of an emotional fulfillment and it is experienced in...

St.A.S.H. now open

Outward expressions conceal internal struggles—Every day,  homeless students pass by, hiding in plain sight, struggling to pass classes, not knowing where their next meal...

Rushing to recruit

Underneath the tents that lined the Mall, club members set up their booths with music, live farm animals and an oversized board game, hoping...

A night fit for Galileo

Pierce students and those interested in seeing close up versions of celestial objects showed up Monday night at the Center for Sciences to get...

Art With Impact makes its mark for mental health

To reduce stigmas and spread awareness, Art With Impact presented Movies for Mental Health in the Great Hall March 1. The non-profit organization showcased...

Students and artists, drawn together

Before superheroes ever have a chance to put on their capes and save the world, the artists who create them must use their markers...