Sunday, September 23, 2018

A night under the stars

Students were able to step into the shoes of an astronomer  by having a place to learn and star-gaze. Physics Department Chair Dale Fields...

Mic Check, 1, 2

Some were showcasing their personal poetry, while others were doing comedy routines for extra credit. Whether a lover of the limelight or the typical...

Review: Bloody good plot, inconsistent acting

Weddings are supposed to be a cheerful, hopeful and long-lasting testament to love. Instead  Fredrico Garcia Lorca’s“Blood Wedding” is filled with heartbreak, betrayal and...

Tailgate rallies community at Shepard Stadium

Instead of studying on a Saturday night, community members rallied before the football game versus San Diego Mesa College to muster school spirit and...

Preview: Telescope night

The stars have been used to navigate and tell stories historically, but these days, when living in the city, they can go completely unnoticed. The...

Beyond the canvas

When it comes to the work of Erika Lizée, art is not merely bound to a typical canvas, and at Pierce College’s Art Gallery,...

Heat treatment

With artwork totaling approximately $613,000, eight artists bring their collection to “Heat Treatment: Whimsical Vessels and Figures,” a group ceramics exhibition on display in...

Words mean nothing without weight

Students use their words to communicate more than just a speech. Contestants put words to action to start a conversation for change. The ASO-sponsored speech...

Preview: Here they come

The transition of high school students to the world of college academia can sometimes be a daunting experience. However, this year Pierce College aims...

Stupid bird soars

Unrequited affection, a tortured artist, a dysfunctional family—seemingly the ingredients for just another cliched story. However, the Pierce College Theatre Department’s production of Aaron...