Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Magic, witchcraft and religion remain passions for Pierce teacher

      Anthropologists tend to travel often to expand their knowledge on humans from different cultural backgrounds, including one professor at Pierce College who has traveled...

First full-time professor at Modern Development Department to retire

After 37 years of teaching American Sign Language and Interpreting full time at Pierce College, a devoted teacher will retire. Professor of Languages Darlene Wittman...

Skip’ping through electronic music

As electronic music becomes popular among college students today, the Music Department chair at Pierce College is bringing more contemporary music classes to the...

Changing restrictions on clubs

Clubs can add culture to campus life. They can be a way for students to connect with other students outside the classroom. Clubs can...

Auto tech club helps struggling automotive program

    A red two-door 1941 Hudson Commodore drop top convertible powered by a V6 cylinder engine is a far cry from what the Future Automotive Service...

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...

English as a second language teacher relates with students to teach her class

  With an upbeat tone, the slim, blonde-haired professor greeted her students, wearing a bright tangerine top that reflected her enthusiastic energy. “Are you ready for...

Persian festival fetes culture

Music, dancing and food were just some of the things that many people enjoyed at the Persian cultural Mehregan 2006 festival in Pierce College's Swisher Park Sunday. "This is a day everyone can see each other and smile," said festival organizer Roberto Soofiani, 55.


Pizza grazing to fund stargazing

Astronomy Club members are using out-of-this-world pizza this coming Friday at PizzaRev to raise funds for their stargazing camping trip. “I know that all of...

Plane crash hero acts out of instinct

Driving down Zelzah Avenue, Erick Rodriguez Jr., 20, thought he saw a remote control plane out of the corner of his eye.   But this was...

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