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Spring fashion making a statement on campus

Spring fashion is bringing new and exciting designs this year with bright, bold neon colors, color blocking and stripes that will soon be all the rage this season.   “I have been seeing that a lot of designers have bight color pants out right now. No one layers anymore, it seem like the less clothes […]

Worth the climb

The 35th Annual Pierce Photo Salon officially began with the opening reception in Art 3301 on Thursday at 6 p.m.   Photographs taken by Pierce Media Arts students are currently on display in the Art Gallery.   Photographers and photo lovers alike mingled and enjoyed refreshments under a starless night.   Monika Del Bosque, the […]

Pointers from KOST 103.5 host

From interviewing the now late Whitney Houston, to announcing the terrorist attacks on 9/11, radio disc jockey Mark Wallengren of KOST 103.5 has been the voice of entertainment and information for his listeners for the past 20 years.   Wallengren spoke to inspire Pierce students at the first of the Media Arts Department’s speaker series […]

Annual photo salon now open for viewing

Signs for the 35th annual Pierce Photo Salon have been showing up all over campus, leaving students with one question: What is a photo salon?   The Pierce Photo Salon is a photo exhibit in Art 3301 that will showcase student work. The display will be open to the public from Feb. 21 to March […]

Tent acts as home for Theatre Department

The gray tent near the corner of Mason Avenue and Olympic Drive has become the temporary home of the Theatre Department.   The Performing Arts building, built in 1981, is currently being renovated to meet American Disabilities Act (ADA) standards and improve and redesign theater components.   The renovated Mainstage will have new seating for […]

LA Winds search for a home

Room 3401 is no ordinary classroom on Monday nights.   Every Monday, the room is filled with chairs and music stands instead of desks, and the students are musicians who have found themselves without a space to play due to construction on campus.   The sounds of F sharps and D flats can be heard […]

Premiere of the musical ‘Showcase’

The sequined dresses, the clean cut suits, the circus freak garb and the amazing set lent to the feeling of an early 1930’s circus, the era of Vaudeville.   The musical “Sideshow” premiered to glowing reviews and a standing ovation tonight in the temporary Performing Arts Building.  The actors and the scenes moved in a […]

Students gather and express themselves

Everyone sat in the dark eyes aglow as they watched fellow students showcase their art whether it was in the form of a poem, video, or live performance. Philosophy Professor Melanie McQuitty set up the Philosopher’s Cabaret tonight in the Great Hall. McQuitty set it up as a way to, “Bring the students together as […]

Arts celebrate winter

More than 1,000 pieces of colorful ceramics, made by dozens of former and current Pierce College students, were displayed for sale at the Winter Arts Festival Friday.   Student artisans have been working all semester long on vases, plates, bowls, cups and more to be sold at this event. They attempted to get the best […]

Alive At 27

Alive At 27

    Dane Rippee and Dreux Zimmer, former Pierce College Students, founded the indie-rock band in the San Fernando Valley with their friends Pat Schettler and Matt Riddle when they decided to live their dream of using music as their outlet at the average age of 27. “Music is empowering, it’s a release and it […]

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