Thursday, November 14, 2019

A cat, a lamb and a new path

It all started with a cat named Spencer. He was shy and timid at first. That was until Natalie Albizo took him in from the...

Pop Pierce – Patrick Ramirez

Patrick Ramirez plays his guitar on the mall. “I was really poor growing up. I asked my dad if he could buy me a guitar...

It’s all about the game

Pierce College is helping support Tri-Valley Special Olympics by donating the basketball court in the gym every Friday night from 6:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. through the end of May.


Roger Tishler: A man you can count on

A 28-year veteran instructor of mathematics is joining the growing list of those retiring at the end of this semester.   Instructor Roger Tishler, who has...

Brushes, colored pencils and time can make masterpieces come to life

At first glance, it is as if someone took a picture but at close inspection it is very detailed and calm to eye when...

Vegan Club plants roots

The Vegan club isn’t just about eating vegan. It believes that living vegan is a dedicated lifestyle. It goes beyond the kitchen into a...

Eating out in the Valley

If you're sick of going to the same old fast food chain restaurants that you've been going to since you were in high school, I can sympathize with you completely. That's the main reason why I decided to try something new. The ate18 café was the perfect adjustment to the boring and repetitive places in the valley to eat.

‘Now under new leadership’

 Shani Simms tries to change the attitude of Pierce's ASO during her first 100 days in office.

 

Looking forward


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