Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Marching in another’s shoes

Mario Macias is not undocumented, but he could've been. His father was able to make him a citizen as a child, but that does...

Auteur Film Festival: “Blue Velvet”

The smell of popcorn filled the room as people filtered inside, waiting in anticipation of enjoying a two-hour film. A showing of David Lynch’s...

Review: Bloody good plot, inconsistent acting

Weddings are supposed to be a cheerful, hopeful and long-lasting testament to love. Instead  Fredrico Garcia Lorca’s“Blood Wedding” is filled with heartbreak, betrayal and...

Deep-rooted culture

A pomegranate tree holds the Armenian culture with its branches, reaching out to spread inclusivity and history – a symbol of life and tradition. Pierce...

The revelations in tribulations

A young girl alongside her father, helps him change door knobs, fix plumbing and lay down flooring to earn the wages that pay the...

On a stage of his own

Have you ever thought about why we do the things we do? Adjunct Professor of humanities Michael Schuster often thinks about these things. “The first...

Topanga Vintage Market

  Racks of graphic T-shirts, sparkly crystals and cheeky trinkets from past generations are on display at Pierce College. Thanks to the Topanga Vintage Market, aisles...

Faculty takes the stage at Thursday recital

Professors are usually the ones working behind the scenes helping students succeed, but Thursday they had the chance to shine on the stage alongside...

Mic Check, 1, 2

Some were showcasing their personal poetry, while others were doing comedy routines for extra credit. Whether a lover of the limelight or the typical...

Insightful artist finds ‘Direction’

The sensation of sight is often coupled with the pursuit of writing—without it, how else could one set such a vivid scene in a...

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