Tuesday, October 16, 2018

36 Alterations of music


Making the ordinary extraordinary

He stands before his class as they chat away in groups of three and four. This is Personal Development 40, a class that is anything...

Q&A with the chancellor


Hard work results in educational benefits

Students who join the Honors program at Pierce College will be rewarded a priority standing in many colleges and the satisfaction of taking challenging...

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...

New librarian brings long overdue social media presence to Pierce

Mario Macias, a new librarian at the Pierce College Library, believes that “there is so much more librarians can do than just allow students...

Here’s Rojas with the weather

From commercial work to weather broadcasting, Bryan Rojas, a media arts freshman, always had an ear for the radio. Interning and working for a...

Study focuses on Hispanic students

A study considering different goals to prepare Hispanic students for higher education was released Dec. 4 by Excelencia in Education, the Tomas Rivera Institute and the California Policy Research center. In 2005, Excelencia found that only nine percent of Hispanics in California held a bachelor's degree or higher.