Thursday, November 15, 2018

Fall 2011 in review

The sizzling September sun that lazily loomed over Pierce College is a faint memory as the end of the fall semester draws near. Now facing...

Sudden Impact exhibit host Pierce College artists

Under the high ceiling of their newest gallery location artists students and creators mixed and mingled, taking in the unique brand of the San...

Same old library


Homecoming Invites Everyone

Everybody is invited to activities of Pierce College annual homecoming on campus football field started at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 28. The admission for students is $3 and $5 for others. The homecoming will continue through the football game, which is against Ventura College started at 7:00 p.


Child prodigy continues education at Pierce

While most other kids her age are in the 10th grade and looking forward to two more years in high school, 15-year-old Lotta Mushkatblat...

Art walk turns into street celebration

Visitors were treated to art exhibits, live music, food and goods from local artists and vendors during the “Canoga Park ARTrageous Art Walk” in...

African childhood inspires choreography for Fall Dance Showcase

  It's not only her African origin or her childhood in France that separate this choreographer from others at Pierce College; her enthusiasm, outlook on...

Choir to host annual cabaret and auction

The Pierce College Philharmonic Choir will be hosting their annual Cabaret and Silent Auction Saturday at 6:30 p.m. in the Great Hall.   The event is...

The Pierce College Farm Center cutting annual corn maze

Corn grows tall in preparation for Harvest Festival. Photo: Kevin Reynolds   As you drive down Victory Blvd. you can already see the corn growing in...

PACE paves path for busy students

An insurance broker. A tutor for deaf children. A loan officer. These are some of the Pierce College students juggling work and school who have found a path to higher education that suits their unique needs in the Pierce Accelerated College Education (PACE) program.