Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Auteur Film Festival: “Lolita”

A half-full audience with differing opinions gathered their snacks and sat in front of a black and white screen to watch an old film...

2018-19 theater preview

The Pierce College Theatre Department is entering its 61st season, and is set to bring two plays and a musical. “We always try to balance...

A little unexpected

Deep-rooted culture

A pomegranate tree holds the Armenian culture with its branches, reaching out to spread inclusivity and history – a symbol of life and tradition. Pierce...

Holocaust survivor recounts life in Auschwitz during “Zikaron Basalon”

At 21, Bill Harvey weighed no more than 72 pounds. He recalls that although he couldn’t even stand on his own two feet, the sentiment...

The art they shared

They carried clothing, watches, books or photographs of their loved ones. They carried anxiety, fear, and hope for a better life. Some couldn’t carry...

Understand where we stand

The world is big, diverse, and expensive to experience the unique cultures spread throughout.   But on a breezy Thursday afternoon, sounds of Spanish music...

Thursday Concert- The power of Jazz: From WWII to Now

Deep blue swallowed the audience, engulfing them with a lighting that was seemingly emblematic of the frigid air in the room. From the stage,...

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...

Preview: Club Rush

Clubs and committees all over campus are gearing up to show the student body of Los Angeles Pierce College what they’ve got. Club Rush is...