Saturday, September 22, 2018

Hey batter, batter

As baseball season hits its stride, the Brahmas look to improve on a 2017 season in which they narrowly missed the postseason. One month into...

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...

Blood forever feeds the fire

Young actors in theater don’t always work, but director Valorie Grear thought it would be the best way to go for her rendition of...

Light a flame, weld some metal

In Industrial Technology, sparks ignite the minds of students as they learn craftsmanship in this uncommon trade. Welding only can be found at two community...

You want options? We’ve got them.

If students want a bite to eat, they can either sit down for a meal or choose the grab-and-go option. A food truck parked...

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...

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...

“Watch me whip, watch me neigh neigh”

As horses gallop one by one through the arena, their cascading and colorful manes wow the crowd at the eighth annual Parade of Breeds....

“I’m in love with the shape of you”

Art can speak for itself. Sculpture is a set of four combined classes to create a multilevel platform. Students are able to gain an understanding...

Recite the sound bite

The sounds of modern day and classical music were played on the piano, drums and string instruments in the Performing Arts Building on Thursday...