Wednesday, February 20, 2019

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...

The Classical side of Pierce

 High up in the Art Center on campus resides the meeting place for the Pierce College Student Orchestra, a class of experienced musicians being...

English professor dives in

Teaching can be a challenge within itself. Then again, so can swimming, biking and running over 140 miles combined in the span of a...

Baa baa no sheep

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


Kicking it with the zen master

  Sitting cross-legged on the soccer field at Pierce College, martial arts instructor Nathan Carlen, 38, breathes in the early evening air. Dressed in a...

Center for Academic Success aids student struggles

Many tools and resources are available for students to succeed on campus. The Center for Academic Success’ (CAS) main goal is to achieve academic success...

The hands of recovery

A key part of an addict's recovery process is being of service to their community. When Meghan Hunt returned to high school after spending two...

Mutt lovers walk for cause

New Leash on Life, a non-profit animal rescue organization, held its Nuts for Mutts 5K dog walk fundraiser at Shepard Stadium Sunday. Founded in 1997 by Bobby Dorafshar, the idea came while working as a volunteer for the City of Los Angeles Animal Services.


Forty and all its glory

During four decades at Pierce College change has been dramatic. Associate Vice President Larry Kraus has seen much of it unfold from the decline...