Saturday, January 19, 2019

Holiday celebrates the dead

When we remember the day our loved ones and family members die, we use it as a day of mourning and remembrance. Unlike most cultures, who...

Hope for suffering, recovering addicts

Entering Addiction Studies 1 on Monday afternoon, an observer might expect a quiet room full of serious faces - but music is playing. The professor is discussing Miles Davis, and his dog, Benny, is lying curled up under his desk. Students are smiling, conversing and appear at ease.

New chef spices up Country Café

The smoke is rising and something starts to sizzle. Smells of garlic and spices swarm through the air as the new Country Café chef Jose Cruz whips up fresh made-to-order food. During a time of uncertainty concerning the cafeteria's future, Cruz has come to rescue Pierce College with freshly prepared foods and innovative ideas for food service.

Campus Advance Bible Talk

The Campus Advance Bible Talk club stems from the Los Angeles International Church of Christ, and is among the many ministries in the church...

Blue, red and every color in between

  With the world being so divided on a political front, it’s in this club where differences are put aside to speak as one. The Political...

The Buck(ley) stops here

Life in Hawaii is often portrayed as more relaxed and care-free than on the mainland. Newly appointed Interim President Larry Buckley, a Hawaiian native,...

She performs the priceless job

Helping others comes naturally to some, but not many would consider volunteering on their birthday. Chanelle Camello wouldn’t spend her day doing anything else. Camello,...

EOPS helps end racial problems

Imagine a student at college. They already have problems, but now add to that the boundary of race. That's what a large group of...

Going the ‘Long’ way

After five years as assistant coach, Long Dao is now at the helm of the team he once played for and a team that...

Beneath the tradition and the culture

Through archeology, the secrets of lost civilizations are revealed, and what was once unknown can now be explored. Archeologist, Ronald “Sonny” Faulseit, has a...