Friday, November 16, 2018

Dancers bop to the top

Dozens of barefoot students wearing form-fitting clothing and a number pinned onto each of their shirts crowded into the dance studio over the weekend...

Heavenly chords, high notes that soar

It wouldn’t have been a shock if Romeo and Juliet popped out from behind the stage at the Pierce College Performing Arts Building, as...

Former magazine editor speaks at Pierce

It was amidst puffs of smoke that permeated from a room where an interview between Phish and High Times Magazine had just occurred, that...

Low-cost spay and neuter program for pets at Vet-tech center

Pierce College’s Spay and Neuter program at the Veterinary Technology Department, is an affordable class that has taught surgical nursing at Pierce College for...

‘How the Other Half Loves’ a hit during its campus debut

“Down goes Frazier! Down goes Frazier!” The announcer of a boxing match shouts in excitement after a quick right by George Foreman sends his opponent...

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.

Student-run magazine looks for contributors

Direction magazine is a student-run publication that has provided Pierce College students for more than 50 years with an outlet for their creative writing...

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...

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...