Thursday, January 17, 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...

The hands of recovery

A key part of an addict's recovery process is being of service to their community. When Meghan Hunt returned to high school after spending two...

Be prepared, know your rights

The Los Angeles Community College District has partnered with the Dolores Huerta Institute to bring a series of events to three campuses, which cover...

Loved ones remembered on Dia de los Muertos

Dancers adorned in traditional Aztec garments and skeletal painted faces moved swiftly to the sound of drums to honor ancestors. Last Thursday, Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano...

Shannon can’t stop helping others succeed

Shannon Krajewski, a new addition to the Pierce College staff, is the first faculty member working as the professional development coordinator. “This position is...

Pop Pierce – Paul Hiplate

Paul Hiplate, 24, a personal trainer and business major sat playing his guitar. “Inspire and conquer, that’s what I think about. Certain repetitions and it’s...

Preview: Club Rush

As the bi-yearly brahma tradition, Club Rush, nears and the influx of new freshman arrive, the diverse selection of Pierce College extracurriculars prepare to...

Preview: Spring Concert on the way

Broadway, Pop, and Disney tunes will be featured at the annual Spring Concert . At this semester's concert, the choir and the band will be...

Parade of breeds

    Twists of the hooves and powerful neighs echoed the Pierce College Equestrian Center for an  audience to enjoy. The eighth annual Parade of Breeds attracted...

Sinco reasons why

Photographers often face an ethical dilemma: help someone in trouble or take the photo. Los Angeles Times photographer Luis Sinco shared his stories during a...