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Dancers spring into action with dance auditions

The dance department will be hosting auditions for the spring dance concert Saturday Feb. 25 in North Gym 5601. Check-in begins at noon with auditions starting at 12:30 p.m., according to dance instructor Brian Moe, auditions will be run on a tight schedule. Students do not need to prepare choreography. They will be taught choreography […]

Pierce’s first annual STEM week seeks to connect students with industry professionals

The counseling center will host Pierce College’s first panel in which students can connect with industry professionals and collect insider information regarding careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). As a two-part series, Wednesday, Feb. 22 will feature a majors fair, while Thursday, Feb. 23 will host a discussion panel in which professionals in […]

Art Gallery hosts contemporary genre artist

Art Gallery hosts contemporary genre artist

Students, faculty and community members escaped the rain by pouring into the lecture hall in Art 3300 Thursday evening for an artist talk and reception of “Open Narratives.” Painter Ana Medina has her work on display now through March 9 at the Pierce College Art Gallery. Medina’s pieces include contemporary screen prints, oil paintings and […]

Film festival encourages students to question the media

The Media Literacy and Skepticism Film Festival kicked off on Feb. 15 in the Great Hall as part of a three-film series. Co-presented by the English and philosophy departments, the festival is comprised of film screenings, panel discussions and workshops aimed to help verse students in the ability to critically analyze different media formats and […]

A major help for students

Those enrolled in college have already taken the first step toward securing a bright future, but many wonder what comes next. On Dec. 8, students filled the Great Hall with the hopes of finding some answers to that very question, at the Meet Your Major Fair. The event was from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. and […]

Under the limelight campus talents shine

On stage, lights blinded and hearts pounded. Courage struck to let creativity flow out of mind and into tangible form. Spoken word, guitar strings, song and even some holiday jokes were performed in the Great Hall Wednesday, Dec. 1, for a night of sharing and exploration in the English department’s Open Mic Night. Students and […]

A musical wish to reach the ears of many

Tick-tock the time is near. As the end of the fall semester draws to the campus, the musical sounds of the violin and piano will accompany the Encore choir for their winter performance. Every semester, the Encore choir performs a culminating concert of the music rehearsed during the fall semester. This concert, “Songs of the […]

A class for the muggles

Semesters can be long and boring but students will have the chance to walk through what would seem like a normal classroom door, only to be introduced to a world filled with wizards, witches and shape shifting creatures. In the spring semester, the English Department will offer a class for which the entire course material […]

Theater Review: Take the crookeds with the straights

As the fence gets built, the family’s story unfolds. A well-intentioned, but bitter father chains his family to a pragmatic, realist lifestyle after his youngest son gets recruited to play college football. A player in the Negro-League turned garbage collector, and a devoted housewife of 18 years, share the excruciatingly slow march of progress for […]

Beyond the ‘Fences,’ a world of color

Broad shoulders, back straightened with a commanding presence, lead actor for the upcoming production of “Fences” Lester Purry stepped off the stage to guide actors and non-actors alike through the history of stereotypes and the business of acting. The Performing Arts Department organized the August Wilson Workshop for Wednesday, Nov. 16 in the Dow Arena […]

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