Sunday, September 23, 2018

Like a moth to a flame, he’s drawn to the job

While it has been expressed in different forms, the idea that if you love what you do then your job is not work has...

Club experiences rebirth

Surrounded by toy kitchenettes and tubs of wooden building blocks, students wait eagerly with notebooks and plain white t-shirts in hand to make sure...

The hard way

 

 


Style and character with a twist

Clad in black lace petticoats and fishnet stockings, Amanda Stanlow, 23, walks down the mall and is known for her goth style. Her education...

Methods of crashing classes

Imagine it was the first day of the semester at Pierce College and the classroom was filled beyond capacity with students who waited anxiously...

ASO leader hopes to unite campus

  Alex Oloo walks into the Associated Students Organization (ASO) office and greets everyone he can with a smile on his face that never seems...

Students dream of equal educational rights

We B.U.I.L.D club members Estefania Pulido and Regemralph Corpuz pose for a photograph. Both are undocumented students who stand to benefit from the passing...

Avoiding the ‘easy left,’ she takes the hard right

When Bea Ramos was seven years old she picked up her first volleyball in her hometown of Davao in the Philippines and fell in love with the game. What she didn't know was that 12 years later she would be playing as a defensive specialist for the Pierce College Brahmas and would place second in Western State Conference Championship, the highest finish in Pierce's history of women's volleyball.

Seniors tackle 21st century communication with aid from Encore program

Weary eyed students fighting the afternoon drag follow Professor Maureen Feldman as she paces the floor. She starts with an overview of the various...