Thursday, February 20, 2020

From Ivy Leaguers to rock stars

Vampire Weekend's self-titled debut album was released three months ago, but thanks to a lot of attention from the online blogging scene, the album is still going strong. Consisting of Ezra Koenig, Rostam Batmanglij, Chris Tomson and Chris Baio (who is actually actor Scott Baio's nephew), Vampire Weekend has managed to put together an album that is very inviting to any music listener, young or old.

‘The girl with the dreadlocks’

Music gently floats through the Village as a crowd gathers around the source. Every Monday and Wednesday after class she plays her guitar. Satta Murray,...

Center provides affordable health services

Affordable health care can be difficult for some students to attain, but there is a potential fix here on campus. There is an $11 fee...

Chicana con ganas a protestar

Achieving a sense of safety among those who feel threatened has become a widespread cause. Protests, walkouts, and campaigns have sprouted throughout the country...

New ASO treasurer for fiscal change

The coming fall semester brings new changes to Pierce, as well as to Kanny Morgan, who’ll be stepping in as the new Associated Students...

Pierce Online: The Future of education

The "Net-Generation" Still Has Questions


The importance of knowing your roots

Culture, it is the manifestation of the arts, customs, and achievements of a collective group, It is our roots, it is what gives us...

One face of the ever-changing diversity of Pierce College

Increasing numbers of students from foreign cultures help make Pierce College an ethnically-vibrant campus, matching a 20-year trend in other community colleges across the...

Self-sustained Farm Center a thriving business

The Pierce College Farm Center may have had its beginnings in fields filled with pumpkins for the first Harvest Festival, but in the nine...

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