Monday, December 11, 2017

Blue eyes in the spotlight

People travel far and wide to Hollywood with the hope of making it big in the acting world. A  Pierce College theater student, Gloria...

Making sense of the Pierce College budget

Erika Monteleone, 25, can’t take as many classes as she wants each semester because she can’t afford to pay for them.   “I haven’t even paid...

Fostered youth breaks cycle of abuse

Hitting rock bottom is a sign of failure for most, but for Liliana Flores, 21, it has been a steppingstone to success. Despite the...

Not backing down from a challenge

Students passing by the tennis courts on a game day for the tennis team would not suspect that player Anthony Avakian, who serves two...

Baa baa no sheep

The alarmingly shrinking size of the Pierce College Farm is enough to cause a panic for the department of agriculture.


Weather station back in business

The storm raging around the Pierce College Weather Station for two weeks has finally passed. The weather station was unable to provide forecasts after a firewall intended to keep hackers off the school's network unintentionally also blocked weather updates.


A fix for your social media ticks

In an age where social media has become a second home for many, the thoughts and pictures that make up a timeline can say...

A complete 180


New History professors on cutting edge of tech

  Two innovative professors have joined the Pierce College History Department this fall semester,  just as the department prepares to transition into technologically savvy classrooms.   With...

Her chemistry with horses

Assistant professor of chemistry Sara Harvey has chemistry with students and horses alike. Harvey has been teaching Chemistry 60, 101, and 102 at Pierce for...