Thursday, May 24, 2018

8 was worth the wait

Champions. 1986, 1988, 1992, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and now 2018. The Brahmas returned from the CCCAA Men’s Volleyball State Championship with new hardware, memories, and...

A toast to life

The Pierce College Theatre Department’s production of Aaron Posner’s “Stupid F------ Bird” premiered this weekend, and has people talking about more than just the...

Home Grown

When Clarence W. Pierce founded the college in 1947, he had three main goals he wanted for the School of Agriculture. Educate future...

A laboratory for growth

The rumble of kids on tricycles as they zoom past and the flick of a paintbrush on canvas might seem like fun leisure activities....

Think pink, support the fight

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the Student Health Center organized a booth on campus to pass out information about the disease and...

Stellar Moonlight

An overcast sky in Los Angeles made it difficut to see the brilliant bands of light in the Milky Way galaxy. However, the moon...

It’s all in the details

The costume is a large part of the character. The details put into the attire can highlight aspects of their personalities and set a...

Skiing in a winter wonderland

Joe Perret glides down the bright white snow with a smile on his face as he follows behind a student learning how to ski. It...

It’s more than a home

The house on Clybourne Street has become iconic in theater history, thanks to Lorraine Hansberry. Her “A Raisin in the Sun,” that was first performed...

A thousand and one nights of tales

Actors jump, crawl and scramble across the stage, dodging carpets and pillows scattered across the floor. You’re in a tale of 1,001 Arabian Nights. The...