Saturday, October 21, 2017

Giving back through education

Pierce College’s new faculty member first planned on being a teacher, but she soon realized that to do what she loved, she had to...

For the love of film and friends

A shared passion attracts a diverse collection of creative minds into one room. Writers, directors, actors and fans come together to enjoy and create...

Young American for change

The appeal of politics has grown within the youth population through recent years, especially during and following the 2016 presidential election. Millennials have formed...

Solution for communication

Some may have thought that Nhung Ton was shy because she rarely spoke. But because English wasn't her native language, she was hesitant to...

She performs the priceless job

Helping others comes naturally to some, but not many would consider volunteering on their birthday. Chanelle Camello wouldn’t spend her day doing anything else. Camello,...

It takes a village to raise a Pierce student

Due to the nature of community college, students often come and go, and are not always given the opportunity to form connections. Umoja, the Swahili...

Brushing up at the vintage market

In the San Fernando Valley, not many vintage markets have had the opportunity to open their stands to the public. But Patrice Curedale is...

Lord of the (3-)rings

A new perspective on the fantasy and science fiction in “The Lord of the Rings” series comes to Pierce as Professor Marra Kraemer takes...

Student brings Pierce issues to the State Capitol

Just three years after coming to the United States, Isha Pasricha, 19, wants to make a difference by representing the student body on campus...

Insightful artist finds ‘Direction’

The sensation of sight is often coupled with the pursuit of writing—without it, how else could one set such a vivid scene in a...