Sunday, November 18, 2018

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...

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...

Traveling the world

Art lines the walls for students, faculty and community members in Art 3301. The Art Gallery welcomes a new artist exhibition, which runs from...

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....

Hundreds march to protect DACA

  As a reaction to President Trump’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, hundreds of protesters assembled in solidarity with DACA...

Can’t decide? Welcome to the club

Alabaster white pop up tents draped with multicolored pennants and posters line the pathway of the Pierce College Mall inviting students to discover different...

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...

Nationwide, we’re on your side

Students across the country staged the first of a series of walkouts on March 14 to protest gun violence. It was one month after the...

No life like the farm life

The Pierce College campus is the only community college in the surrounding area that has a farm. Courses taught on the farm allow students...

“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....