Friday, October 19, 2018

The fine art of shaping youth

The relationship between shaping minds and shaping clay may not be apparent to some. But for Sara Wedman, her artistry and her career go...

Leaping off the page with graphic lit

The orange hair appeared messy at first, but with a closer look, each neon spike, varied in length and width, is molded and angled...

Playing along with the string theory

The study of physics explores many theories including sound, however, Lee Loveridge takes it a step further by playing in the San Fernando Valley...

The revelations in tribulations

A young girl alongside her father, helps him change door knobs, fix plumbing and lay down flooring to earn the wages that pay the...

A fresh idea with recycling

After losing his job and friends, a young innovator stumbled upon a street piled with recyclable containers. This sparked an idea in his mind...

Award-winning Ed-ucater

Most of the time, when a teacher spots a student on Facebook during class, they get reprimanded. However, during math instructor’s Edouard Tchertchian’s class,...

You may say he’s a Dreamer

Helping those in pursuit of a higher education reach the goals they set for themselves is the dream job for this Pierce alumnus. Axel Cortes...

Pop Pierce – Joshua Navarro

Joshua Navarro is a veterinary science student who has worked on the Pierce farm with chickens and goats. He said he has always loved...

Planting the seeds of change

After seeing the damaging effects of cancer and other virulent diseases, Andrew Hemphill began looking for a solution at the root of a plant....

It takes a village to raise a Pierce student

Due to the nature of community college, students often come and go, and are not always given the opportunity to form connections. Umoja, the Swahili...