Monday, September 24, 2018

Young American for change

The appeal of politics has grown within the youth population through recent years, especially during and following the 2016 presidential election. Millennials have formed...

Friend to the four-legged

They are often confused for doctors, but the people in the blue scrubs are veterinary technicians, and it's a whole different job. Unlike some of...

Kathrina shares her ‘Voice’

In the Philippines, a little girl participated in singing competitions. When she moved to the United States in 2002 at 9, she continued to compete...

Pop Pierce – Jamie Beavers

Instructor of Life Sciences Jamie Beavers is growing sweet pea plants, Gregor Mendel's model organism, in her Biology 110. “We lost some of them...

Doing the Lord’s work worldwide

The average community college student studies to ready themselves for the work force or university. However, Joanna Louis O’Connor takes the lessons taught to...

Take a page out of her story

Sheryl Nomelli’s office resembles an art museum. Covered in artifacts documenting her affinity for history, the trinkets lining her shelves tell a story almost...

Mr. McMillan and Pierce

History buffs often draw inspiration from the world’s greatest figures: Socrates, Albert Einstein or Joan of Arc. But for Richard McMillan, his inspiration was...

Of the people and for the people

Few who seek to offer aid to the less fortunate can truly empathise with those who find themselves in dire circumstances. However, Tricia Robbins...

For the love of film and friends

A shared passion attracts a diverse collection of creative minds into one room. Writers, directors, actors and fans come together to enjoy and create...

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...