Thursday, November 15, 2018

Review: Not bringing sexy Bach

The student recital delivered a performance showing immense talent and demonstration of skill, however, this was barely enough to keep a weary listener engaged...

Losing market value

The farmers market was back at Pierce College last week after it’s month long hiatus in July, as the farmers market took a break...

Day of the dead

  Pierce College’s Dia De Los Muertos celebration reminds students of the greater aspects of life. The yearly event was held on campus last Thursday...

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...

Music majors get AMPed over private lessons

The Applied Music Program (AMP) provides students with private lessons on an instrument of their choice, granted they pass the audition process. Students in the...

A masterwork on stage

Trapped in a charming mid-century modern bungalow, familial burdens surround former parents Bev and Russ as they pack up their home, from Clybourne Park...

Film Series Preview: Watch and Learn

The Film Club continues the tradition by hosting its Film Series for the fourth consecutive semester. All students and faculty members are encouraged to come...

Honoring the dead

Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (MEChA), a club that promotes the advancement of Latinos through political movements, hosted the celebration in the Great Hall...