Friday, August 17, 2018

Depression-era play tells classic tale that still holds value

CORRECTION: The headline was changed from "Sixties-era play" to "Depression-era" play to accurately reflect the time in which the story took place. The book...

Tent acts as home for Theatre Department

The gray tent near the corner of Mason Avenue and Olympic Drive has become the temporary home of the Theatre Department.   The Performing Arts building,...

Juilliard alumna performs

For Anita Chang, it all began with a visit to her babysitter. The neighbor had a piano and the 5-year-old started playing it. Three...

Literature takeover: memoir echos lesson

Malala Yousafzai’s advocacy for girls’ education resulted in her getting shot in the head when she was 15. Four years later, she continues to...

Hot Sauce truck serves up cheap freshness

The line of students in front of the South Gym and the strong scent of beef and cilantro in the air can only mean...

Cabaret features students’ talents

The Philosopher’s Cabaret, hosted by Pierce College’s philosophy club, will showcase a variety of talents from students all throughout the campus in the Great...

Documentary traces the roots of #MeToo Movement

Students celebrated Women’s History Month by tracing the roots of the ‘Me Too’ movement back to Anita Hill in 1991. The documentary, Anita: Speak...

Play’s director an ‘actor’s teacher’

Anita Adcock is an actor’s teacher, a portrayal developed through the work she took on and experience she took in during her travels. Adcock, an...

Go green, go vegan

In celebration of Earth Day, The Mall was filled with different environmental outreach events coordinated by various clubs, including the Pierce College Vegan Society....

Mid-week music retreat

Room 3400 of the Music Building was quickly packed to capacity and beyond as soon as the doors opened on Thursday afternoon to reveal...