Tuesday, September 18, 2018

French-themed Thursday Concert

Music lovers from any genre can enjoy listening to classical music from time to time, particularly if it’s French-themed classical music. With Ji Young...

No Limit Texas Hold’em Tournament at Pierce

Think you have a poker face? Then make sure you are all in for the Pierce College Football Program's 1st Annual No Limit Texas Hold'em...

Duo brings personality to performances

Harpist Jacqueline Marshall and guest flutist Eve Bañuelos displayed their musical prowess and diversity, performing to a full house during a free concert Thursday,...

Pitch perfect, singers shine

Rows and rows of stands held sheets of music while singers harmonized and sang soulfully in preparation for their opportunity to vocalize under the...

Monthly market raves with retro

Jewelry makers, ironworkers, antique dealers and rock-and-roll paraphernalia sellers were just some of the vendors who huddled underneath canvas tents in Parking Lot 7...

Pierce College Theater Department to host “Independence” play

The play “Independence” is wrapping up the semester for the Los Angeles Pierce College Theater Department which began Friday, May 2 in the temporary...

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...

KTLA reporter Kimberly Cheng shares networking knowledge with Pierce students

Pierce College students received insightful networking information from KTLA reporter Kimberly Cheng at the final Media Arts Department Speaker Series event of the semester. “I...

Musical group Wahid performs Middle-Eastern melodies at Pierce

Dimitris Mahlis and Chris Wabich, better known as the duo Wahid, performed for an audience of more than 100 people in the music recital...

Opera singer discovered on campus

Who knew Pierce College had their own Enrico Caruso on campus? Juan Rodriguez, lead painter at Pierce, has been working for the college campus for...