Friday, July 19, 2019

Music concert series brings harpist to enlighten listeners and open ears

Silence rang throughout the main stage of the Performing Arts Building 3500 lasting but a few moments as the graceful tones of the harp...

Concert at Pierce hosted violinist Ji Young An

French-Korean transplant Ji Young An graced the Concert at Pierce series once again with fellow pianist James Lent, displaying her violin expertise with a...

Theater Review: “Hairspray”

Tremendous wigs, decked out threads and enough hairspray to tear through the ozone. Directed by Shaheen Vaaz, Pierce’s rendition of “Hairspray” is a diamond in...

Music majors get AMPed over private lessons

The Applied Music Program (AMP) provides students with private lessons on an instrument of their choice, granted they pass the audition process. Students in the...

Pierce students use poetry whiteboard to express themselves

The Pierce College Library officials are connecting with students on campus by allowing them to share their thoughts and opinions relating to the topic...

Population Pierce: Matthew Salinas

“The place we have right here, we call it like ‘the hut.’ It’s not an official club but dancers just know that we’re there....

Pianist duo share 88 keys

Seated at a single piano in the center of the stage, Frank Garvey and Yih-Mei Hu began a performance that made clear why the...

Lit-erally in love

Greasy pizza and sweet poetry may not go hand in hand, but in the English Department, they marry well. The English and ESL Department came...

Student body moves to the African beat

Master Drummer Dramane Kone brought an African twist to the Thursday Concert Series, which was held in the Performing Arts Department mainstage on Thursday,...

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