Tuesday, October 16, 2018

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...

Student Services Fair

To get information out to students about different services that Pierce offers, the Student Service Fair was available Sept. 5 and 6 on the...

Pierce improv students serve community with comedy

Quick thinking is required of each Spring Chicken. The Reseda-based improv group gathers together every Tuesday at the ONEgeneration senior enrichment center for rehearsal of...

Flip, twirl, until ya can’t anymore

Stretchy pants and comfy sneakers filled the North Gym in the morning Sunday, Nov. 20 as new and seasoned dancers picked up some new...

Club rushing of the Brahmas

ASO President David Do is optimistic about the Fall 2015 Club Rush. He wants students to understand the purpose behind the event. “It’s looking pretty...

Inside peek at an art professor’s life

In addition to teaching 2D design, drawing and exhibition design at Pierce College, Instructor of Arts Monika Del Bosque is also responsible for directing...

Pierce Farm Center hosts free weekly starlit cinema and farmer’s market

Woodland Hills locals cozied up at Pierce College’s farm to catch a free outdoor movie and peruse a weekly farmer's market Friday, May 9. The...

Honoring the dead

Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (MEChA), a club that promotes the advancement of Latinos through political movements, hosted the celebration in the Great Hall...

Nintendo unleashes a smash hit

The screen lights up, the Wii whirls and Nintendo's masterpiece finally comes to life. Super Smash Bros. Brawl is the third game is its series and by far the best. At the manufacturer's suggested retail price of $49.99, this game is worth every penny. The third installment, rated T, brings us all of the traditional fighting that has been perfected on the previous games and incorporates new moves, levels, characters and story.