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Theater to perform comedy dealing with homosexuality

The Pierce College Theater will be sticking to its modern-themed plays for the semester by performing the comedy “The Little Dog Laughed” beginning April 27 in the Performing Arts Complex.   After “The Exonerated” dealt with current issues in a dramatic form, this new play touches on adult subject matter with a comedic approach and […]

Hard Rock Cafe jam features Pierce students

Up and coming West Hills band Orkyd, performed Thursday night at Hollywood’s Hard Rock Café in front of a packed house, Thursday night.   The group formed in October of 2010 with original members Brandon Messersmith a former Pierce student and Shaun Ward.   “Literally within the first day we were jamming like we had […]

Harpist captures Pierce

Avid music fans nearly filled the Music Building concert hall Thursday to listen to the first harpist Pierce has had in at least three years during the free concerts@Pierce series.   Jacqueline Marshall, a professional harpist, performed at Pierce through the Gluck Foundation’s Music Outreach Program at the University of California Los Angeles, which sends […]

Art Gallery hosts Mission College professor’s art exhibit

An art exhibit displaying works of art created by a Mission College art professor and abstract painter will take place in the Art Gallery from April 12 to May 3.   For the Barbara Kerwin Exhibition, special gallery hours will be from 2p.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays to Thursdays and from 10 a.m. to 3 […]

Dance team shows they can move

The Pierce College Street Dance Club competed during the 8th Annual High Desert Dance Classic at Antelope Valley College March 9-11 and brought home the following awards:   College Team Competition- Ballroom (Waltz, Tango, Rumba, East Coast Swing) Pierce College 1st Place   Jack n Jill Competitions Christina Wagoner -2nd Place Novice West Coast Swing […]

Panel discussion: Is the media more of a help or hindrance to veterans

Using film to affect society was one of the main points discussed by members of a panel in The Great Hall on Wednesday.   After a powerful screening of The Welcome, a healing journey for war veterans and their families on Wednesday, March 21. different members of the community were on hand to take questions. […]

Pierce performs The Exonerated

At Pierce College, in the hands of director Valorie Grear, The Exonerated finds an appropriate fit in the Temporary Performing Arts Center, where the smaller space creates a more intimate atmosphere, augmented by great performances from the cast.   The Exonerated is an award-winning drama written by Jessica Blank and Eric Jensen, based on the […]

Ceramics class teaches skills for beginners to advanced students

Professor Melody Cooper takes on the task of working with beginners and advanced students in ceramics class. “It’s hectic in the beginning of the semester,” Cooper said “but after a while it begins to settle down.” Cooper’s Wednesday afternoon class features five different sections in one room. Beginners sit on one side and work on […]

Students find healing through film

Students find healing through film

  Pierce College students watch a documentary, “the Walking,” in the Great Hall on Wednesday, March 21, 2012 in Woodland Hills Calif. The documentary is about “a healing journey for war veterans and their families.” Photo: Kristen Aslanian His eyes were dry and emotionless as he walked out of the Great Hall after watching “The […]

Pierce students excited about Coachella

All across Pierce College, students are eager to attend Coachella, a music and arts festival annually held in Indio, Calif. at the Indio California Empire Polo Club.   “I’m excited for all of it,” said Ryan Morris, 18, a political science major, who plans on attending.   Daniel Bolves, 18, a history major at Pierce, […]


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