Tuesday, April 24, 2018

The fine art of shaping youth

The relationship between shaping minds and shaping clay may not be apparent to some. But for Sara Wedman, her artistry and her career go...

Present and accounted for

Poised over a table of accounting students in the tutoring center, Talar Hanounek’s bright eye contact and brighter smile suggests a focused woman. But...

Listen to LeVine

When he was a reporter for the Pierce College Roundup, he attended the Journalism Association Community College Convention and won first place for best...

A cup of Joe before you go

Mammoth Mountain is the place where Pierce instructor Joe Perret and his wife Nina met, fell in love and got engaged. But after an...

From ASL to EIC and ESPN

Despite initial reservations and an unrelated course of study, this former American Sign Language student discovered her passion for journalism and has kept her...

Pop Pierce – Paul Hiplate

Paul Hiplate, 24, a personal trainer and business major sat playing his guitar. “Inspire and conquer, that’s what I think about. Certain repetitions and it’s...

Pop Pierce – Joshua Navarro

Joshua Navarro is a veterinary science student who has worked on the Pierce farm with chickens and goats. He said he has always loved...

Doing the Lord’s work worldwide

The average community college student studies to ready themselves for the work force or university. However, Joanna Louis O’Connor takes the lessons taught to...

Pop Pierce – Patrick Ramirez

Patrick Ramirez plays his guitar on the mall. “I was really poor growing up. I asked my dad if he could buy me a guitar...

She’s running in her own race

Running is usually considered a solitary sport, however Lisette Avila uses the activity as an outlet to socialize and make connections with people who...